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Production Machining's February 2021 News Highlights

Esprit launches on-demand learning center, TIMTOS plans hybrid event, GWS acquires Taurus Tool & Engineering, and other industry news.

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The Esprit Learning Center offers on-demand, self-paced training courses created specifically for Esprit CAM programmers.

The Esprit Learning Center offers on-demand, self-paced training courses created specifically for Esprit CAM programmers.

Esprit, a provider of CAM software for CNC programming, optimization and simulation, launched an on-demand training platform, the Esprit Learning Center. Traditionally, Esprit’s applications engineers lead in-person trainings in Esprit offices and on-site at customer facilities. Unfortunately, not everyone who needs software training has the resources to travel to an Esprit office.

To support customers throughout the pandemic, Esprit began conducting instructor-led, online training sessions in early 2020. According to the company, the response was overwhelmingly positive. To further satisfy users’ growing need for high-quality online training, Esprit created the Esprit Learning Center. Read more about this online learning platform.

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