10/14/2013

Yamazen to Showcase Machine Tools during 3-Day Open House

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Yamazen will open its doors October 15-17 to host TechExpo ’14, an event designed to showcase machine tools from Brother, Matsuura, Mitsubishi, Mitutoyo and Takisawa.

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Yamazen will open its doors October 15-17 to host TechExpo ’14, an event designed to showcase machine tools from Brother, Matsuura, Mitsubishi, Mitutoyo and Takisawa. The company also will unveil its newly renovated Chicago Technical Center, with facility tours and machinery demonstrations.

Included in the three-day event will be the U.S. debut of Brother’s M140X1 compact 4+1 multitasking machine, which combines high-speed milling and turning; Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ MAF-150E heavy-duty, table-style 5.9" boring mill with hydrostatic box ways; and Takisawa’s TS-4000YS box way mill/turning machine with twin spindles, a 12-station turret and Y-axis capability.

For more information about TechExpo ’14, contact Yamazen at 800-882-8558 or visit yamazen.com.

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