Titans of CNC CEO Titan GilroyClick image to enlargeHaimer USA has announced a new partnership with TITANS of CNC, an organization that uplifts students, educators and the manufacturing workforce in over 170 countries. 

Titan Gilroy, CEO and founder of TITANS of CNC, is focused on developing and delivering high-level manufacturing education through the TITANS of CNC: Academy and Aerospace Academy. Over the past few years, TITANS of CNC has reshaped the way manufacturing education is approached and delivered. With its free, online, video-based, step by-step, training system, TITANS of CNC continues to provide real solutions to real manufacturing problems.

“We are excited to be working with Titan and his team,” President of Haimer USA, Brendt Holden stated, “Through the TITANS of CNC: Academy, together we will be able to educate operators on why our system solution of balancing, presetting, shrinking and measuring are so important to implement in machine shops.”

“TITANS of CNC is proud to partner with HAIMER who is a world leader in the area of shrink fit, balancing, and presetting technology,” said Titan Gilroy. “We are excited to introduce our audience to these incredible products and solutions and we look forward to using them to help teach the trade at the highest level.”

Together, these two forces will be able to make machinists more efficient and productive, which will bring manufacturing into the future.

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