We are bringing in every category of machine from entry level lathes to horizontal machining centers, vertical machining centers, and multifunction machines.
Windsor, Conn. (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
Morris Midwest, a division of Morris Group, Inc., will hold Morris Madness, its third annual open house and technology show, on March 18-19 in Roselle, Illinois. Demos and displays from Okuma, Tsugami, Hardinge Group, and numerous tooling and accessories suppliers are planned.
“We are bringing in every category of machine, from entry level lathes to horizontal machining centers, vertical machining centers, and multifunction machines,” states a company spokesperson. “Live cutting of sample parts from the aerospace and medical industries will occur on multiple machines.”
Twenty machines including several new opposed gang tool multi-axis lathes and a 20mm 5-axis machine from Tsugami will be displayed. Top of the line models like the Okuma Multus B Series multifunction lathes and Hardinge SUPER-PRECISION ® T-42 MSY are among the dozen machines that will be running live cutting demonstrations.
Morris Midwest shares its Roselle facility with Okuma America Corporation. Replete with training and presentation rooms, it serves as a regional technical center for Okuma and its Partners in THINC ® program. Product specialists and representatives from nearly 30 leading technology suppliers will be in attendance and available both days to discuss latest advancements.
For registration and other information, please visit http://www.morrismidwest.com or call 630-351-1901. Morris Midwest is located at 68 Congress Circle West, Roselle, Illinois.
Morris Midwest is a division of Morris Group, Inc. It is the exclusive distributor of Okuma, Tsugami, and Hardinge Group machine tools in Wisconsin, northern Illinois, and Michigan's Upper Peninsula with offices in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Roselle, Illinois.
Morris Group, Inc. dates it history to 1941. It is one of the largest machine tool distribution networks in North America. Based in Windsor, Connecticut, the family owned and operated company has fourteen business units in the United States.