EMEC's Montreal open houseClick image to enlarge

EMEC Machine Tools held its Montreal open house recently to showcase the latest in machine tool technologies.

Technologies on display included an Okuma Genos M560-V machining centre, an Okuma MU-4000V five axis CNC vertical machining centre and a Tsugami M08SY multi-tasking lathe.

VISITORS WITH GENOS M560 VClick image to enlarge  VISITORS WITH TSUGAMI M08SYClick image to enlarge

EMEC's Montreal facility is located at 7939 Henri Bourassa West.

SHOWROOM 3Click image to enlarge

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