Pour One to Celebrate Hurco’s 50th Anniversary

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Hurco is celebrating its 50th anniversary at its IMTS booth, which features highlights from both the early years and its latest CNC technological innovations. Visitors can see what’s new and enjoy happy hour, too.


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This week at IMTS, Hurco is celebrating its 50th anniversary by featuring a number of fun and informative displays at its booth (338319). Along with its latest CNC technology innovations, the company also is showing its very first CNC machine. Visitors to the booth can see a timeline mural that highlights key events that helped to build Hurco into the company it is today.

The company is also celebrating the future with new technologies on display with industry partners Erowa, Universal Robots, FANUC Robots, Online Resources, and Industrial Controls & Automation.

Hurco is toasting the company’s 50th anniversary with a happy hour at 4 p.m. every day of the show and an After-Hours Party at the booth today (Wednesday). The happy hour beverages will be dispensed from a system made by Hurco customer Bottoms Up Beer, which has created a line of products that fill the cup from the bottom up! Special guests include Robert Hight, NHRA driver from John Force Racing, and Ed Carpenter, IndyCar owner/driver of Ed Carpenter Racing.


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