PTC today announced that it will host a seminar designed to help manufacturing engineers and machinists learn how to optimize toolmaking and high speed machining in order to increase product quality, reduce scrap, and decrease production time and costs for any design. The free half-day event takes place in Windsor, Ontario and will feature presentations from John MacKrell, senior consultant, CIMData and Francois Lamy, director, product management PTC.
Toolmakers require best-in-class solutions to meet the challenging demands of their discrete manufacturing customers and to compete in a global marketplace. Additionally, the ability to create molds and dies quickly and accurately is important to the manufacturing process and overall product development process.
In this seminar attendees will learn:
How today’s top tool & die shops keep winning amid unprecedented global competition
How to leverage tool making and high-speed, precision machining processes to increase competitive advantage
How PTC Pro/TOOLMAKER® enables manufacturers to improve tool making speed and productivity
The “Staying Competitive In The Fierce Global Market” seminar is also an opportunity to meet other toolmakers to discuss both the real problems they’re facing in product development and the solutions they use to compete and grow in today’s global economy.
Date and time: Wednesday, November 28, 2007 8:00 - 11:30 AM EST
Location: Casino Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
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