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Bystronic Canada Ltd. is hosting a Quebec Learning Event on May 23.

Taking place at EPP Metal in Plessisville, QC from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the complimentary Best Choice learning event will explore new and innovative machine, automation and software technologies that are helping fabrication companies improve profitability and success.

Included will be: a discussion on Fibernomics; guidelines to remaining competitive; new directions in laser performance to 12 kW; economic justification of high performance manufacturing; keeping the pace with high speed fiber lasers; and advanced software and the reality of Industry 4.0.

Details and registration.

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