Doosan Technical Center Offers Collaborative Environment

The Technical Center offers an environment in which customers and other industry partners can see more than a dozen machines in action and work with Doosan technicians and engineers on special projects.

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Those attending the grand opening of Doosan’s new Technical Center included customers, members of the trade press, the company’s U.S. distributor and industry partners.

Officials at Doosan Machine Tools cut the ribbon marking the opening of its new Technology Center in Pine Brook, New Jersey, on May 4. The event was attended by the company’s customers, members of the trade press, and representatives of Doosan’s official North and South American distributors, including Ellison Technologies, Doosan's newest U.S. distributor. Technical presentations by the company and its partners—Samchully, Royal Products, Renishaw, MD Tooling, among others—were made that afternoon and the following day.

The Technical Center  offers a collaborative environment in which customers and other industry partners can see more than a dozen machines in action and work with Doosan technicians and engineers on special projects. Among the machine tools on display were:

  • DNM 400 II 5AX—five-axis vertical machining center
  • HP 5100 II + LPS—horizontal machining center with linear pallet system
  • Puma MX1600 ST-735—multitasking turning center
  • Puma TT1800SY—multitasking mill-turn center

According to Young Kyun Choi, CEO, the opening of the Technical Center signals Doosan’s renewed commitment to deepening its relationship with customers and to continue working with industry partners to develop new machining processes that will exceed end-user expectations. 

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Andy McNamara, director of sales and marketing, Young Kyun Choi, CEO, and Jung Kil (James) Kim, director of strategy and planning. 

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Doosan experts were on hand at each machine to answer customer’s questions about machine tools such as the Puma MX 1600 ST-735 multitasking turning center.