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On Sept. 14-15, Mazak Corp. (Florence, KY) will host an open house at its new Florida technical center in Orlando. The company established the fully staffed facility to provide manufacturers with easy access to demonstrations of the latest in advanced Mazak manufacturing technologies, along with sales, service, application and training support.
Starrag USA Inc. (Hebron, Kentucky) has hired Carlos Castro to serve as sales manager, Mexico.
Mazak Corp. (Florence, KY) has announced the appointment of two new managers at its Southeast Technology Center in Suwanee, GA: Travis Kirby and Jesse Jones.
The Maxxturn 65 G2 has been redesigned. With its modular design, the machine offers a wide range of options for specific customer requirements.
Both a grinding and a turning machine, EMAG’s VLC 350 GT speeds transmission component production by enabling multiple machining processes of chucked parts in a single clamping operation.
Doosan Machine Tools’ Lynx 2600SY offers job shops a versatile solution for handling a wide range of projects. Its control is equipped with the Doosan EZ guide conversational programming feature but still retains the traditional G-code programming language.
Mazak’s QT-Ez Series turning centers introduce a new machine with new control technology to the North American market. Four configurations offer a wide range of size, automation, and programming options in an easier-to-operate-and-maintain machine.
Both a grinding and a turning machine, EMAG’s VLC 350 GT speeds transmission component production by enabling multiple machining processes of chucked parts in a single clamping operation. The flexible machine handles diameters up to 14 inches.
Methods Machine Tools brings the Nakamura JX-250 to the U.S., offering high-precision milling and turning of complex parts. Choose a single or twin lower turret design with overlapping travels and Y-Axis box guideways that are standard.
Methods Machine Tools is offering four 3-axis vertical machining centers (VMCs) and a 5-axis bridge-type machining center made by Taiwanese tool builder Litz Hitech. Equipped with Fanuc controls, they provide an accurate and reliable mid-range machining solution.
MC Machinery’s Eagle V5 can perform high-precision cuts with the X, Y, Z, B, and C axes moving simultaneously. Integrated 4/5-axis system allows X, Y, and Z travels of 21.6 in, 15.7 in, and 15.7 in, respectively.
The automatic tool changer (ATC) for the BH series of dual-drive press brakes from MC Machinery Systems is designed for high-mix, low-volume environments by allowing for the greatest tooling variation on the market and facilitating operation by employees of all skill levels.
Wisconsin Manufacturing & Technology Show Returns
The 17th Biennial Wisconsin Manufacturing & Technology Show (WIMTS) will be held Oct. 5 through Oct. 7. The event will be held in West Allis, at the Wisconsin State Fair Park, in the Exposition Center.
Velo3D Expands Team by Hiring a Head of Investor Relations and a VP of Sales for North America
As it prepares to become a public company, Velo3D Inc. (Campbell, CA) has announced two new senior positions: 1) VP of investor relations and 2) VP of sales for North America.