We’re Hoping You’ll Join Us

It’s that time of year again! Time for the eggs to crack and the casseroles to bake. Time for the BIG KAISER training room projector bulb to get changed and for the showroom to get a quick updating of display tools. Time for the Product Managers to put the finishing touches on their technical presentations and the marketing team to make sure all advertising opportunities of the event have been exhausted.

But most importantly, it’s time for you to register for this year’s can’t-miss Breakfast & Learn event at the BIG KAISER headquarters.

We’ve come up with 6 brand new topics to cover:

Precision Finish Boring Tips and Tricks

Tools and Techniques for Deep Hole Drilling

Tool Holder Service and Maintenance

Tool Holder Balance

Tool Presetting for the Intelligent Shop Floor

Are You Ready to Use Zero-Point Clamping?

As you are probably already familiar with – the event is being held the same week as DMG MORI’s Innovation Days Chicago event. This will be the 4th year we have done this, and we encourage those attending their event to stop by here before the doors open over there and fuel up your body and mind for the day. Pre-registration to our event is encouraged, but walk-ins are of course welcome.

Can’t make breakfast? No problem. Our showroom will be open all day, every day during the event next door, even on Friday! Feel free to come over and say hi, get a tool presetter demo, talk with our executives, engineers and product managers – we’d love to see you no matter your reason.

RSVP here now!

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