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Renishaw and Delcam to hold free productivity seminars

Renishaw SeminarMetrology specialist Renishaw and CADCAM developer Delcam are to hold two free UK seminars on increasing machine tool productivity during March 2008.

The first event will be held at Renishaw’s Wotton-under-Edge headquarters on Tuesday 4th March, with the second seminar at Delcam’s Birmingham headquarters on Thursday 6th March. Both events will show delegates the many ways in which Renishaw’s hardware and Delcam’s software can help companies to increase the productivity of their CNC machine tools.

Practical presentations and workshops

The presentations will be divided into three sections. The first will cover ways to prepare for maximum machining efficiency. These will include the use of the latest calibration methods from Renishaw to check machine tool set-up and advanced programming strategies from Delcam to give more efficient machining.

The second section will deal with faster and more accurate methods to set up jobs on the machine and to maintain efficient process control. These techniques ensure that the machine is not only manufacturing parts more quickly but also that the parts being made are of the required quality.

Finally, the third session will look at the latest inspection techniques, especially on-machine verification. These techniques ensure that any problems can be identified as soon as possible, allowing them to be corrected more quickly and at lower cost.

“Many companies have invested heavily in very capable machine tools but find that they are not achieving the productivity gains that they expected,” claimed Marc Saunders, General Manager of Renishaw’s UK Sales Division. “These seminars will show delegates practical measures to improve machine tool efficiency and so increase profitability.”

Bookings and further information

To register for the seminars, please use the on-line booking form at www.renishaw.info/delcam, or contact Katie Hibbitt on 01453 524414.

 

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