Morris Midwest Will Hold an Open House and CNC Machine Tool Show in Maple Grove, Minnesota, May 11-12 for Manufacturers of Precision Machined Parts

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Morris Midwest will exhibit a wide variety of CNC machinery from Tsugami, Okuma, Hardinge Group, Chiron and Trumpf with live cutting demonstrations, many customized for manufacturers of medical components and devices.

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“Our open house opportunity for Morris Midwest to show area manufacturers the leaps in productivity made possible when CNC machinery is integrated with other advanced technology,”

Morris Midwest (, a division of Morris Group, Inc., will hold an open house for regional manufacturers at its Maple Grove, Minnesota technical center, May 11-12. The event will feature demos and displays from Tsugami, Okuma, Hardinge Group, Chiron and Trumpf. Almost 20 leading suppliers of tooling, accessories, software and other related technology will participate in the open house.

Tsugami/Rem Sales will demonstrate six Tsugami precision machine tools including the Tsugami S205 20 mm LaserSwiss and the new Tsugami BW209Z 20 mm Swiss Type lathe with dual independent gang slides and 3-path control. Other Tsugami models include the compact VA2 Vertical Machining Center, the SS327-5AX 32 mm B-Axis Sliding Headstock Swiss Type Lathe, the B0206 20 mm 6-Axis Opposed Gang Tool Lathe and SS20M-5AX 20 mm 5-Axis Turn/Mill Multitasking Turning Center.

Okuma machine models to be displayed and demonstrated include the GENOS M560-V Vertical Machining Center from the Affordable Excellence product grouping, the sophisticated MULTUS U3000 Multi-tasking Machine and LT2000 EX Twin Spindle Turning Center.

Hardinge Group will exhibit the new CONQUEST V1000 Vertical Machining Center and CONQUEST H51 “Collet Ready Spindle” Turning Center. A CHIRON 08 MAGNUM series compact machining center, the FZ08FX, and two Trumpf TruMark Laser Marking Stations-- the TruMark 1110 and TruMark 5020-- will round out the high tech manufacturing show.

“Our open house is more than a technology display. It’s an opportunity for Morris Midwest to show area manufacturers the leaps in productivity made possible when CNC machinery is integrated with other advanced technology,” said Craig Hahne, Sales Manager, Morris Midwest (Minnesota). “Our engineers and technology partners shine at these events. Our demos are among the best in the industry.”

Product specialists and representatives from leading technology suppliers will be in attendance and available both days to discuss latest advancements. Participants include Allied Machine and Engineering, Caron Engineering, DP Technology/ESPRIT, Edgecam, Edge Technologies, GibbsCAM, Hainbuch, Hydromat, ISCAR, Koma Precision, LMC Workholding, LNS, MAPAL, Mayfran, MP Systems, Sandvik, Scytec, Velocity Products and Zoller.

Event hours are 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily. Catered lunch and refreshments will be served. Evening buffet dinner and beer tasting by Granite City Food and Brewery will be served from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. both days.

For registration and other information, please visit or call 800-374-0367. Morris Midwest is located 8718 Monticello Lane North, Maple Grove, Minnesota, 55369.

The Maple Grove, Minnesota facility is one of three Morris Midwest technical centers. Other Morris Midwest facilities are located in Roselle, Illinois and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Roselle facility doubles as a regional technical center for Okuma and its Partners in THINC program. All Morris Midwest facilities are equipped with training and presentation rooms.

About Morris Midwest
Morris Midwest, a division of Morris Group, Inc., is the exclusive distributor of Okuma, Tsugami, and Hardinge Group precision machine tools in northern Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan’s UP, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. In addition to new machine tools, Morris Midwest provides tooling, accessories, engineered solutions, replacement parts, service, preventive maintenance and more. Services also include customer consultation, financing, installation, training, service and disposition of retired machines.

About Morris Group, Inc.
Morris Group, Inc.(, one of North America’s largest machine tool supply networks, owns and operates fourteen independently-operated business units. It supplies CNC machine tools and related technology and services to manufacturers representing virtually every industry segment. Morris Group, Inc. is headquartered in Windsor, Connecticut, home of its founding company, The Robert E. Morris Company, which has served the manufacturing industry since 1941.

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