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Mazak to host Southwest open house

Machine tool builder Mazak Corp. has invited manufacturers to its “Discover More With Mazak” event July 29 and 30 at the company’s Southwest Technology Center in Houston. The company will demonstrate its latest multitasking, 5-axis, milling and turning processes on Mazak machines, including the

Integrex i-300S Multi-Tasking machine, which employs a second spindle to efficiently produce medium to large complex parts; 

Quick Turn Nexux 550 MY turning center, featuring milling capability and Y-axis functionality to process long, large-diameter parts in single setups;

Orbitec 20 large part machining center, which can perform a variety of operations on difficult-to-rotate workpieces in a single setup; and 

Vertical Center Universal 400A 5X vertical machining center, which uses a 5-axis rotary/tilt table to bring value and precision to small parts processing.

Applications engineers will also be available to discuss new ways attendees can streamline their operations. For example, performing multiple processes in a single setup helps minimize material handling and work-in-process. Furthermore, the company encourages attendees to present their part-production challenges so its engineers can offer solutions for overcoming such difficulties.

Mazak will also host technical seminars that encompass different ways in which job shops can streamline their operations and speed up product delivery using advanced complementary machine tool technology such as Renishaw gauging and Schunk workholding. 

The 30,000-sq.-ft.Mazak Southwest Technology Center is located at 10950 Greenbend Blvd., Houston, Texas, which is part of the Greenspoint District, a community 15 miles north of downtown Houston and nearby the Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Registration for the event is available at www.mazakusa.com/MoreJobShops.

Mazak Southwest Technology Center


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