This event will educate attendees on what considerations need to be taken when using unattended operations based on machining type and what material is being used.
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) June 17, 2012
Manufactures have the opportunity to learn how to improve productivity when LNS presents at the lunch and learn series at the Chicago Tech Center in Roselle, IL on Thursday, June 15, beginning at 10:30am. Bruce Kiwala of LNS, will educate attendees on “Chip Conveyor Considerations for Unattended Operations” followed by lunch and a hands-on demonstration.
This event will educate attendees on what considerations need to be taken when using unattended operations based on machining type and what material is being used. Attendees will also learn how to optimize chip removal in an unattended machining environment. To register for this event, visit http://events.okuma.com/LNLCHI1206.
Sponsored by Okuma distributors and Partners in THINC, this series of lunch and learns will takes place every third Thursday at the Okuma Tech Center in Chicago. Seminars will be presented by a different member of Partners in THINC each month and the sessions include a brief presentation, lunch and on-machine demonstrations. Attendees and interested parties can follow the Lunch & Learn happenings on Twitter by using the hashtag #OkumaLNL.
A complete list of locations, dates, topics and presenting companies can be found at http://www.okuma.com/tech-centers-and-training/events/.
About Okuma America Corporation:
Okuma America Corporation is the US based affiliate of Okuma Corporation, a world leader in the development of computer numeric controls (CNC) and machining technology, founded in 1898 in Nagoya, Japan. Known for its technology leadership and world-class manufacturing, product quality and dedication to customer service, Okuma strives to be the machine tool solution provider to manufacturers worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.okuma.com
About Partners in THINC:
Partners in THINC is a unique facility and concept offering integrated solutions and a one-stop-shop designed to streamline current manufacturing processes, improve capabilities, or for exploring advanced manufacturing options. Each member of Partners in THINC brings specialized equipment, expertise and a commitment to provide the best possible integrated solutions to the end-user. For more information, visit http://www.partnersinthinc.com.
LNS was founded in 1973 in Orvin, Switzerland. It has 800 employees and nine production facilities located in Switzerland , North America, the UK, China, Taiwan, Turkey, Italy and now Japan. To this day, more than 120,000 bar feeders and 100,000 conveyors have been installed by LNS worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.lns-america.com/.