Sudbury, Mass. – Methods Machine Tools Inc. is hosting TechDay2020 – Phoenix on March 24th-25th and TechDay2020 – Los Angeles on March 26th. TechDay2020 is an open house style event where attendees will be able to attend multiple seminars, see individual product demonstrations, and talk with Methods Engineers about machine tool and automation applications that are specific to their business.
TechDay2020 – Phoenix will be hosted at the Phoenix Technical Center, 615 West 24th St. Tempe, AZ 85282, and will feature demonstrations and seminars focused on high speed machining, vertical machining, horizontal machining, and 5-axis machining. There will be eight machines under power running live demos including the FANUC RoboDrill Plus-K, OKK VM76R, Kiwa KMH-300A, Methods MB650U, and more. To learn more or to register, click here.
“We are excited to have a chance for customers to come in and talk with our engineers and service team and get a feel for what makes Methods different,” said Tony Harrod, sales manager of the Methods Phoenix Technical Center. “While showcasing the variety of world class machine tools that we offer, it is really our engineering and service that makes customers buy machine after machine from us.”
TechDay2020 – Los Angeles will be hosted at the Los Angeles Technical Center, 1980 West Corporate Way, Anaheim, CA 92801, will feature demonstrations and seminars focused on high speed machining, multitasking, turning, vertical machining, 5-axis machining, and automation. Eight machines will be under power running live demos including the Nakamura-Tome NTJ-100, FANUC RoboDrill JobShop Cell, FANUC RoboCut C400iB, Methods MB650U, and more. To learn more or to register, click here.
“Automation is a powerful tool for shops looking to increase production through lights out machining,” said Andre Bettuz, general manager of the Methods Los Angeles Technical Center. “We offer customers custom automation solutions that are specified to their business and application needs, and the JobShop Cell is a great example of that.”
Both events are also featuring a High Speed Machining Seminar and Demo by Air Turbine Spindles where attendees will learn the secrets to successful micro machining on a FANUC RoboDrill. Attendees will see the integration of all products, and the success of the combined implementation with a finished product to take home. By showing video examples of applications of machining with small diameters; long cycle times, machine wear, broken end mills, and poor finish, Methods hopes to remove customers’ fear of high speed and small diameter machining.