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Methods Tech Center Open House

Methods Machine Tools Inc. will be holding an open house at its Tempe, Ariz., Technology Center on November 13 and 14, 2013, from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Manufacturing professionals are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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Methods Machine Tools Inc. will be holding an open house at its Tempe, Ariz., Technology Center on November 13 and 14, 2013, from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Manufacturing professionals are welcome and encouraged to attend.

The Tech Center is located at 615 West 24th Street in Tempe and will have the following machines from the company’s partners in productivity on display: a Yasda YBM-640 VIII vertical CNC jig boring-milling machine; Feeler machine tools featuring extensive design and engineering by Methods, including turning centers and VMCs; Nakamura multitasking turning centers; a Fanuc D series RoboDrill VMC and a Fanuc RoboCut C400iA-iMed Wire EDM; a Kiwa-Japan KH-45 HMC; a Current CT400-5A EDM drilling machine and a VisionGauge digital optical comparator.

The Open House will also feature machining seminars conducted throughout each day, and technical representatives will be on hand. In addition, visitors will be able to check out the latest tooling, workholding, software and probing technology products being displayed by participating companies.  Door prizes will be awarded and lunch will be catered by the BBQ Company.

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