05 April 2019
05 April 2019
MSP look to tackle the industry challenge of machining the perfect part with an expert-led Technical Seminar on 5 June 2019.
Hosted in conjunction with Renishaw at their Gloucestershire Innovation Centre, Seminar attendees will learn how to overcome a variety of key manufacturing challenges. This will include how to eliminate manual error, machine error, part setup error and CMM backlogs from the manufacturing process within various industries including composites, aerospace and defence.
A full schedule of the day will be released in due course. To register your interest, head to MSP’s website: https://bit.ly/2EVfBeG
This Technical Seminar follows on from a series of Webinars, hosted through Webex, running from March to May. The first one on the 6 March successfully addressed how to understand a machine and its capabilities. The next two were designed to focus on industry challenges within two particular industries: castings and composites. The composites Webinar is the last in the series and will take place on the 1 May.
Booking for this final Webinar is now open on the Events section of MSP’s website: https://metsoftpro.com/events
MSP Technical Director, Peter Hammond, comments, “Throughout our 17 year history, we have solved many common and complex manufacturing problems and, as a result, have gained a huge amount of knowledge on how to achieve precision within the industry. These technical sessions are a great platform for us to share this expertise and help other members of the industry achieve error-free manufacturing processes.”
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