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"Lunch and Learn" Educational Events Aim to Give CNC Users the Latest Technology and Help Overall Productivity

Okuma America Corporation will host several events this summer including the regularly scheduled lunch and learn series, an open house, and other educational events featuring members of Partners in THINC. These events will showcase the existing CNC machine tool and control technology and give attendees the opportunity to see new technology that will help them become more efficient.

"At Okuma, we've made it our mission to do our best to inform manufacturers of the latest technological advancements that will help improve their operations. Giving attendees the opportunity to talk one-on-one with engineers, partners, and product specialists allows them to have a personalized experience that will help them find a solution that best fits their application," states Jim King, President and COO of Okuma America Corporation.

The most immediate events include:

Technology for Today & Beyond (Houston) will focus on giving attendees the opportunity to meet with industry experts and learn about the latest technology and how it can help increase productivity while maintaining lean operations. Members of Partners in THINC will be on-hand displaying peripheral equipment that can help contribute to the overall efficiency of attendees' machines. To register for this event, visit

THINC Open-Architecture Lunch & Learn (Chicago) will concentrate on educating attendees on the latest control software including the OSP-P300. An overview of how PC controls can help enhance the manufacturing process will also be discussed. To register for this event, visit

Velocity/SU-matic (Charlotte) partner event will give attendees the opportunity to speak with tooling experts and learn about hobbing tool technology, half index tooling, and tooling kits. These features will be demonstrated on an Okuma LB 3000EX. To register for this event, visit

Members of Partners in THINC will be on-hand at all events, representing tooling, gauging, software and other machine tool accessory equipment. All events are free to manufacturers.

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