Barrelling Your Way into the Future
The buzz word in the industry for some time now has been about the benefits of 5 axis machining with Conical Barrel Tools (CBT’s) with some citing cycle time reductions in difficult to machine materials of upwards of 60%. Are these savings fact or fiction and are your competitors already reaping the benefits?
Join us, Quickgrind and other Tehnical support partners at the Quickgrind Tewkesbury factory on the 2 October and see for yourself.
There will be live practical demonstrations of machining with a variety of custom cutting tools including barrel, lens and lollipop cutters. Machining typical industry parts in both Titanium and Aerospace 7075 Aluminium.
Also, a demonstration of further cycle time reductions using CGTechVericut Force optimisation.
The day will include short technical presentations, a factory tour, lunch, refreshments throughout the day and ample time to quiz our technical support engineers and technical partners with your machining challenges.
You will also be able to enter our cycle time challenges with prizes for the best cycle time estimates before and after Force Optimisation.
Quickgrind is at the forefront of development and manufacture (and re-manufacture) of conical barrel tooling and is becoming known as The Barrel Tool Company for this particular expertise but this is just a very small part of our extensive range of quality customised cutting tools, cycle time optimisation services and inventory control solutions.
Come and see for yourself.
Not sure if this is worth the investment of your time then check out what one of our existing clients has said about us in a recent interview:
We look forward to seeing you.
**Due to unprecedented demand we are now running a 2nd event on 3rd October**
|Welcome, Coffee & Breakfast.
|Kick off Quickgrind Presentation
|Demonstration 1 & Refreshments
|CGTechVericut Force - Cycle Time Reduction Presentation
|Lunch, Demonstrations, Networking & Factory Tour
|Demonstration 2 & Refreshments
|Panel Discussion/Q&A - Scott, Jon, QG (TBC)
|Networking & Departure