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BASICS OF EOS ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING – LUNCH & LEARN

HARTWIG AND EOS TEAM UP! Find out more about the latest developments in Additive Manufacturing. What do you need to bring? Just bring yourself! This is an educational/informational event. How much is it? This seminar is free of charge. Lunch will also be provided at no cost to you. Topics will include: Who is EOS? … Read more

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FIELD SERVICE TECHNICIAN – ST. LOUIS, MO

We are seeking a highly motivated and qualified Field Service Technician (Service Engineer) in our St. Louis, MO territory to support our customers, Parts and Service Team, Preventative Maintenance Programs, Applications Support Group, Automation, Turnkey Solutions, Process Development, Machinist Training, and Programming Classes.

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THE MID-AUTO MANUAL FUNCTION: USING MANUAL FUNCTIONS IN AUTOMATIC MODE

The “MID-AUTO MANUAL” button allows operators to interrupt a machining operation, perform some manual function, and go back to machining exactly where the operation stopped without bouncing back and forth between the AUTO mode and the MANUAL mode. Learn more about how this feature of the OSP control can help you…

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ADDITIVE IS REVOLUTIONIZING MANUFACTURING

Additive manufacturing allows engineers to come up with objects, geometries, or applications that could not be done before through traditional metal removal practices. The question that is no longer in the distant future for manufacturing is: Are you ready for what additive manufacturing can do for your production?

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MACHINE TOOL APP: FAT FINGER PREVENT

The Fat Finger Prevent machine tool app was created in response to real-world Okuma user experiences. Eliminating the possibility of accidentally moving important files or folders by prompting the user for confirmation before any move operation is completed, costly downtime can be prevented. Learn more about how this app can help you…

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ADVANCED OSP PROGRAMMING FOR MACHINING CENTERS & LATHES

This three-hour seminar provides information and techniques not covered in our regularly scheduled classes. What Is Covered? 1. Variable for “family of part” programs and machining monitoring Local Variables Common Variables System Variables 2. Sub-Programming 3. Advanced Functions “If/Then” statements Math Functions Panel Inputs 4. Schedule programming, tool life management, load monitoring and probing 5. Advanced programming techniques … Read more

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INTRO TO BASIC OSP LATHE PROGRAMMING

This is a basic Okuma lathe programming class. Students will learn to write basic programs for horizontal and vertical lathes. This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. It is also targeted to anyone interested in … Read more