Okuma and Krueger machining eventClick image to enlargeOkuma and Krueger machining event

Manufacturers in the Windsor, ON. area gained some insights into five axis machining at a machining networking event organized by EMEC Machine Tools and Krueger Machining.

Krueger has been a customer of EMEC’s for 12 years and partnered with EMEC to showcase five axis machining on Okuma machines.

Close to 30 customers attended the one-day event which included presentations about five axis machining.

Okuma eventClick image to enlargeOkuma event

L to R Frank Joswig, Emuge, Errol Burrell, Okuma, Chad Desborough, Industrial Tool & Supplies, Craig Krueger, Krueger Machining and Jeff Stelling, AutoDeskClick image to enlargeL to R: Frank Joswig, Emuge; Errol Burrell, Okuma; Chad Desborough, Industrial Tool & Supplies; Craig Krueger, Krueger Machining; Jeff Stelling, AutoDesk

L to R Tejal Mehta, EMEC, Craig Krueger, Krueger Machining and Tim Caron, EMECClick image to enlargeL to R Tejal Mehta, EMEC, Craig Krueger, Krueger Machining and Tim Caron, EMEC

Winner of the raffle prize from Jahn Engineering, Mike BosseClick image to enlargeWinner of the raffle prize from Jahn Engineering, Mike Bosse

Okuma and Krueger machining eventClick image to enlarge

Okuma and Krueger machining eventClick image to enlarge

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