Modern Machine Shop

DEC 2017

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52 MMS December 2017 SHOP TALK Norbert Hanke says that eMMa and the expertise of the Kronion team will provide customers with greater value out of their collected dimensional data as well as ease data management efforts. "We're committed to supporting our customers' entire metrology fleet, including probing, scanning a n d a u to m a te d s y s te m s, w i t h a h a rd wa r e - independent software solution," he says. Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, call 800-343-7933 or visit MC MACHINERY SYSTEMS OPENS NEW HEADQUARTERS MC Machinery Systems hosted more than 1,000 customers, visitors and team members for the grand opening of its new h e a d q u a r t e r s i n E l k Grove, Illinois, in Sep- tember. The event was one of the first oppor- tunities for customers and partners to explore the 175,000-square-foot facility, which includes a 50,000-square-foot showroom among other modern amenities. In addition to a tour of the new facility, the c o m p a n y h o s t e d a tr a d i ti o n a l J a p a n e s e dr um and sake ce re - mony, food trucks and other attractions. MC Machinery experts and key vendors hosted 10 dif ferent seminars on b e s t p r a c t i c e s a n d trends in modern metal processing. MC Machinery Systems Inc., call 888-297-9895 or visit Mikron Multistep XT-200 Reduce your cost-per-part with Mikron UNIQUE The Mikron Multistep Machining System is outstanding in reaching most competitive cost-per-part combined with unmatched flexibility when machining close tolerance metal components. Typical work pieces machined with Multistep XT-200. Mikron Corp. Monroe Monroe, CT 06468 / USA Tel. +1 203 261 31 00 software, in addition to other customer systems. Used by global automotive manufacturers across prototype departments; body shops; and com- p o s i te, sta m p in g a n d m etro l o g y ro o m s, th e software collects shopfloor data from dozens of metrology systems and aligns it with managed quality control routines for automated and on-the- fly analytics. Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence President

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