Methods to Host TechDays2018 in Los Angeles and San Francisco

Methods Machine Tools Inc. (Sudbury, MA) will host TechDays2018 in both of their California showroom this month.

LOS ANGELES

TechDays2018 will be held on May 16-17, 2018 from 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. each day at Methods’ Los Angeles Technology Center and Showroom located at 1980 West Corporate Way, Anaheim, CA.

SAN FRANCISCO

At Methods’ San Francisco Technology Center and Showroom, TechDays2018 will be held at 650 Whitney Street, San Leandro, CA on May 22 – 23 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. each day.

TechDays2018 (www.methodsmachine.com/techdays) will feature the latest machine tool technology and automation – more than 10 machines under power with live demonstrations at both locations. During the two-day events, attendees can also participate in leading-edge technical seminars and discuss applications with Methods engineers. Lunch and refreshments will also be provided. Methods TechDays2018 line-up for each location is as follows:

LOS ANGELES: Machining Technology Under Power

  • Nakamura-Tome Multitasking / Turning Centers showcasing the NTY3-150.
  • FANUC EDM and Drill / Tap Centers showcasing the C600iB, D14MiB5-ECO, and D21LiB5-24k. Methods’ Los Angeles office.
  • Kiwa Horizontal Machining Centers featuring the KMH300.
  • Feeler High Performance Milling Centers featuring the FVP-800A.
  • Yasda Micro Center featuring the YMC-430
  • Exeron Die Sinker EDM Machines featuring the RAM310
  • Ocean Technologies EDM Drills featuring the River 600
  • 3D Systems featuring the ProX DMP320A.
  • MarkForged 3D Printers featuring the X7
  • VISIONx INC. VisionGauge Digital Comparators featuring the 500 Series Multi-mag.

Seminars will be presented on both days in Los Angeles including:

  • 5-Axis Milling, presented by Autodesk.
  • Multitasking Machining, presented by Sergio Tondato, Nakamura Product Manager

SAN FRANCISCO:  Machining Technology Under Power

Methods’ San Francisco office.

  • Nakamura-Tome Multitasking / Turning Centers showcasing the SC-300MYB and WY-100.
  • FANUC EDM and Drill / Tap Centers showcasing the C600iB, D21SiB5, and D21LiB5-24k.
  • Kiwa Horizontal Machining Centers featuring the KH4500-PC6.
  • Feeler High Performance Milling Centers featuring the VMP-800APC.
  • 3D Systems featuring the ProJet 6000
  • MarkForged 3D Printers featuring the X7
  • Tornos Swiss Turning Centers featuring the GT26.
  • VISIONx INC. VisionGauge Digital Comparators featuring the 500 Series Multi-mag.
  • Vytek Laser Cutting & Marking Systems featuring the Compact Elite and FiberCab FC44.

Seminars will be presented on both days in San Francisco including:

  • 3-Axis to 5-Axis Milling, presented by Autodesk.
  • High Speed Machining, presented by Autodesk.
  • Multitasking / Mill-Turn Lathe Programming, presented by Autodesk.
  • 3D Printing-Additive Manufacturing, presented by MarkForged.
  • Bumotec Swiss Multi-Process / Turn / Mill Systems for Complex Shapes, Micro-Technology, High Accuracy and Reducing / Eliminating Production Steps, presented by Sarrag-Bumotec.
  • Also at the San Francisco Event on May 22nd, Renishaw will present “Go Probe” Set and Inspect Part Probing and Tool Setting and on May 23rd Marposs will present Adaptive Control-Part Probing, Tool Setting and Gaging.

“TechDays2018 will showcase the latest manufacturing technologies in precision machine tools, 3D printing, and automation solutions,” said Andre Bettuz, General Manager of Methods’ West Coast Operations. “We welcome our customers and prospects to attend these events, meet with our top-notch applications engineers and customer service personnel, and experience all that Methods has to offer.”

Methods Machine Tools invites all manufacturing professionals to attend TechDays2018 to see the range of machining and automation solutions the company offers. For more information or to register for TechDays2018, please visit www.methodsmachine.com/techdays or contact:

  • Los Angeles Event: call (714) 521-2507 or email mlu@methodsmachine.com
  • San Francisco Event: call (510) 636-1430 or email lpark@methodsmachine.com

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