Relaxing at Elliott Matsuura's open house from left: Kevin Hulme, Metric Mold; Jack Chimienti, Advanced EDM; Andy Lombardi, Rova Machine; Joe Poulin, Elliott Matuusra; and Tim Alewick, Metric Mold.Click image to enlarge

The Joint Open House, now in its 13th year, attracts hundreds of manufacturers from the Southwestern Ontario area.

 Shop Metalworking Technology Magazine visited the JOH on April 11.

Participating suppliers in 2018 include DMG MORI, Elliott Matsuura Canada, EMEC Machine Tools, Ferro Technique and SST-Canada, as well as a number of ancillary suppliers of tooling, metrology instruments and manufacturing software.

This year's event being held April 11 and 12, offers attendees the opportunity to see more than 60 machines under power at five different machine tool supplier locations.

Tom and Steve Bristow of Brockworth Industries Ltd. at EMEC Machine Tool's open house.Click image to enlarge

Many tooling suppliers were on had on each of the open houses. See here are Craig Ramsey and Sam Matsumoto of OSG.Click image to enlarge

John Heaton, Paul Hoan and Robert Lipsett, Magellan Aerospace at DMG MORI's facility.Click image to enlarge

Eric Van Wyngaarden and Tim Van Hoeve, Flamborough Machine at Ferro Technique's open house.Click image to enlarge

Relaxing at Elliott Matsuura's open house from left: Kevin Hulme, Metric Mold; Jack Chimienti, Advanced EDM; Andy Lombardi, Rova Machine; Joe Poulin, Elliott Matuusra; and Tim Alewick, Metric Mold.Click image to enlarge

DMG MORI open houseClick image to enlarge

Elliott Matsuura open houseClick image to enlarge

SST Canada open houseClick image to enlarge

Ferro Technique open houseClick image to enlarge

Emec Machine Tools open house Click image to enlarge

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