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EOS and Hartwig, Inc. have entered a distribution agreement for EOS metal and plastics additive manufacturing equipment. Hartwig will assume the end-user distribution of the full EOS product line in 14 states including: Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wyoming … Read more
Founded in 1985, Alpha Packaging manufactures high-quality bottles and jars for nutritional, personal care, consumer chemical, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage industries. Driven by a demand exceptional quality, Alpha Packaging has eight bottle manufacturing plants across the United States, making 35 to 45 million bottles per month … Read more
Hartwig is proud to announce a partnership agreement with Metropolitan State University of Denver. MSU Denver has laid the foundation to become a preeminent advanced manufacturing education university serving the workforce development needs … Read more
An Okuma user created an app to simplify processes for operators that did not have a lot CNC machining experience. The video demonstrates how an open-architecture control can enable users to customize solutions that fit their unique needs and applications. The app also provides safeguards so the operators can’t crash the machine tool … Read more
Hartwig is hosting an Open House in our Broken Arrow, Oklahoma location on July 26-27, 2017. This two-day event will feature on-site cutting demonstrations, informative seminars and technology discussions. Come join us for lunch! … For More Info
Hartwig is committed to helping you acquire the knowledge and skills it takes to gain maximum value from your CNC machine tools. We hold many CNC training classes throughout the year to keep your capabilities fresh and current. Courses are set up with you, our customer, in mind. To view and register for Hartwig’s upcoming training classes, please click here.
Innovative manufacturing solutions are the standard for Modig Machine Tool’s offerings, and the HHV line is further proof of this. Consisting of the Modig HHV-3 and HHV-2, both machines in this line are ready to offer your operation serious return on investment.
Are operators changing inserts and tools too often or not often enough? These common practices can result in unnecessary, expensive downtimes. How can we keep production running when a tool breaks? Obtaining a variety of backup tools can be of some help; however, the fact remains that the tool maintenance process must shut down the machine in order for the necessary tasks to be performed. The solution is here: TOOL LIFE MANAGEMENT.