Discover Technology Webinar Series

Learn the latest manufacturing trends right from your desk!

Innovation constantly redefines our world. The Discover Technology Webinar Series exists to bridge the technology gap, connecting you with our industry experts on the latest productivity-improving machining applications and solution ideas for various industries.

These webinars are free, interactive and convenient. All it takes to participate is a computer, an Internet connection and a web browser, and you’re ready to gain powerful knowledge that will help you stay competitive and grow your bottom line.

MAY 22, 2013 – 2 PM ET
HORIZONTAL MACHINING IN TITANIUM
Presented by Mike Kerscher, Mazak Product Manager

Titanium is popular in aircraft part design because its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance allows planes to fly faster, further and carry bigger payloads using less fuel. However, as the importance of the material continues to grow, so do its machining requirements. Therefore, you can’t afford to miss this free webinar that will focus on advanced horizontal machining solutions for overcoming the production challenges unique to this tough material.

During this webinar, you’ll gain valuable insight that includes:

  • How titanium differs from aluminum in the machining of airframes, engines and other aircraft hardware
  • How machine tool builders adapt their products to better accommodate titanium, which includes introducing new horizontal machining centers that are specifically designed for titanium machining
  • How the Mazak HORIZONTAL CENTER NEXUS 6800 HM (hard metals package) and MEGA 8800 make the heavy-duty machining of tough materials efficient, accurate and productive

All it takes to participate in this 30-minute webinar is a computer, an Internet connection and a web browser.

Registration is now open for HORIZONTAL MACHINING IN TITANIUM. Reserve your spot today at www.mazakusa.com/webinar.

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