Misumi to Offer Machine Design Seminars PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Sunday, 06 April 2008 17:49

SCHAUMBURG, IL -- Misumi USA will conduct a series of configuration technical seminars in the Midwest next month. The four-hour seminars are on designing machines faster with configurable components and are designed to help engineers overcome time and performance pressures typically associated with custom machine builds.

The latest in the series takes place May 6 in Indianapolis, and May 8 in Chicago.

Followup seminars will be held June 3-5 in New York City.

Misumi manager of product development Chris Blaszczyk, an experienced engineer of configurable components, will present.

To register visit www.misumiusa.com/techseminars.aspx.

 

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