Mazak Hosts Discover More Event

Mazak will host a special Discover More with Mazak Technology + Education event at its Northeast Technology Center in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, on May 14-16, 2019.


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Mazak will host a special Discover More with Mazak Technology + Education event at its Northeast Technology Center in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, on May 14-16, 2019. Manufacturers in the region can explore advanced technologies designed to address their practical application challenges with enhanced precision, flexibility and productivity. Attendees also will have opportunities to network with skilled labor and representatives of local machining education programs.

Machine demonstrations at the event will include a mix of machines that the company manufactures at its Florence, Kentucky, U.S. headquarters, which recently won the 2018 Plant Engineering Top Plant award for its commitment to automation, innovation, growth and improvement.

At the Northeast event, attendees will experience the programming ease and sophistication of the company's Mazatrol Smooth CNCs, which enable both EIA/ISO and conversational programming. These controls offer advanced access to features, functions and capabilities through unequaled engineering resources that create unsurpassed ease of use and productivity. The Mazatrol conversational interface enables less-skilled operators to answer onscreen questions and enter select project data to set up jobs that otherwise would require in-depth programming experience.

Additionally, the event will feature insights into Hybrid Multi-Tasking technologies, including friction stir welding and Hot Wire Deposition technology. Attendees will see demonstrations of the company’s suite of digital Smooth Technology solutions and network connectivity options that make remote monitoring simple for advanced productivity and production efficiency.

To help area manufacturers find answers to their skilled-labor shortages, representatives from local schools and technical colleges will be present to connect their machining graduates with employment opportunities and to offer internships, co-ops and other programs that can place trainees in the workplace. Additionally, during the Student Day of the event, approximately 200 young professionals will have a chance to see machine demonstrations and learn more about the job security and ample compensation of today's high-tech manufacturing careers.

For a complete list of machine tools running live demonstrations and to register for the Discover More with Mazak Northeast Event, visit mazakusa.com/morenortheast.


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