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Studer S33 North American Tour

Stop #1 on the S33 North American Tour

UNITED GRINDING INVITES YOU TO A SPECIAL ONE-DAY EDUCATIONAL EVENT

at Integrated Machinery Systems, located at 101 North Prospect Avenue in Itasca, Illinois, on May 11, 2017. At this free event, you’ll experience the flexible STUDER S33 grinding machine in action, participate in individual application discussions, learn about the latest in grinding technology and much more. Special guest appearance by the STUDER favoritCNC ! Don’t miss it!

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STUDER S33 North American Tour Agenda

Itasca Illinois Agenda

Stay Tuned! Future S33 Tour Details to Come!
  • May 11 - Itasca, IL
  • May 17 - Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
  • May 24 - Buffalo, NY
  • June 7 - Bridgeport, CT
  • June 14 - Pittsburgh, PA
  • June 21 - Cleveland, OH
  • Each stop on the STUDER S33 North American tour will consist of a core set of classes. Additional classes will vary based on special guest appearances by Industry Experts. The core classes of the STUDER S33 North American Tour consist of:

    • Solutions in Grinding Errors
    • Intro to Automation in Grinding
    • Internal Radius Carbide Grinding 201
    • S33 Overview and Machine Demonstration
    • Economics of Machine Maintenance
    • Psychology of WireDress® Technology

     

     

    May 11, 2017 | Itasca, IL

    Integrated Machinery Systems

    101 North Prospect Avenue Itasca, Illinois 60143
    Educational Seminars
  • SOLUTIONS IN GRINDING ERRORS
  • INTRO TO AUTOMATION IN GRINDING
  • INTERNAL RADIUS CARBIDE GRINDING 201
  • STUDER S33 and STUDER favoritCNC Machine Demonstrations
  • Economics of Machine Maintenance
  • Advanced Wheel Technology in Rotary Dressing
  • Psychology of WireDress® Technology
  • Why Attend?

    • Sharpen Your Grinding Skills
    • Network with Industry Experts
    • Learn the Newest Technology
    • Receive Answers to Your Grinding Errors at the Open Forum Seminar - "Solutions to Grinding Errors"
    • Obtain Automation Ideas for your Grinding Equipment
    • Demonstrate the STUDER S33 and the STUDER favoritCNC

    Who Should Attend?

    • Engineers interested in advancing their level of grinding knowledge
    • Individuals struggling with errors in their machining process
    • Companies interested in adding or converting their plant to include automation
    • Management committed to extending the life of their machines and parts
    • Shops working with or considering working with carbide

    Address of Stop #1 on the STUDER S33 North American Tour:

  • Integrated Machinery Systems
  • 101 North Prospect Avenue
  • Itasca, Illinois 60143
  • For inquiries please visit our contact section on grinding.com CONTACT US

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