Attendees at the DMG MORI Canada Technology DaysClick image to enlarge

DMG MORI Canada held its Technology Days November 29 and 30 at its Mississauga facility.

The event included live machining demonstrations and presentations on automation and Industry 4.0 strategies by DMG MORI and supplier partners including Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, Advanced Motion Contorls, Schunk, Erowa, and Hydrafab Fluid Power.

Some of the technology on display at DMG MORI's Technology Day, including a live demo of the Milltap with automation from Advanced Motion Controls and metrology automation from Hexagon ManufacturingClick image to enlarge

The DMU 60 eVO linear machine was part of a live demo. The machine is equipped with Erowa robot automation.Click image to enlarge

Live demos were held on the Milltap 700 with a collaborative Universal Robot and Global Performance CMM and on teh DMU 60 eVo linear equipped with an Erowa multi-pallet loader.

Bill Byers, CNC technical speciality with PCC Centra Industries checks out the Milltap 700 DMG MORI machine.Click image to enlarge

Josip Saric and Kim Lam Ly of Coordinate Industries examine the DMU 60 eVo linear, machine that will soon be in the company's shopClick image to enlarge

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