Mazak Certifies DP Technology as Newest VIP Partner

Mazak has announced the certification of DP Technology Corporation as the newest member of its Value Inspired Partners (VIP) technology program. Stemming from Mazak’s commitment to provide more comprehensive solutions to manufacturers, the VIP program brings together producers of complementary technologies to create more innovative products and turnkey processes.

Mazak has announced the certification of DP Technology Corporation as the newest member of its Value Inspired Partners (VIP) technology program. 

Stemming from Mazak’s commitment to provide more comprehensive solutions to manufacturers, the VIP program brings together producers of complementary technologies to create more innovative products and turnkey processes. Collaborating on R&D and integration efforts, the VIP program fosters a high level of cooperation and technological integration that moves well beyond individual pieces of equipment. The program also fuels development of comprehensive training solutions for manufacturers across all market segments.

“We are pleased to welcome DP Technology as the newest member of our VIP program,” said Brian Papke, president of Mazak Corporation. “The company has shown itself to be a very proactive collaboration partner and one that represents the values of the VIP program. We believe DP Technology’s passion for excellence and innovation will continue to be a valuable asset to the enhanced performance of our machine tools, as well as to our customers’ success.”

“It is an honor to be a part of the Mazak VIP technology program,” said Dan Frayssinet, CEO of DP Technology Corporation. “We are very excited and eager to continue working with Mazak and its customers to expand their manufacturing capabilities with ESPRIT and our other technical innovations. Like Mazak, DP Technology is committed to technical excellence and continues to dedicate significant amounts of time and money into ongoing research and product development, particularly in regards to five-axis and multitasking machine operations. This allows U.S. manufacturers to further increase productivity and remain ahead of the competition.”