Sneak Peek at Controls Training Center Expansion

December 3, 2018

Controls Training Center

HEIDENHAIN’s current Controls Training Center includes a TNC 640 control on a Hermle 5-axis machine tool.

Controls Training Center

HEIDENHAIN’s new addition of a Kern machine with HEIDENHAIN control to the Controls Training Center.

In response to the increasing usage of HEIDENHAIN controls in North America, HEIDENHAIN is expanding its Controls Training Center at its North American headquarters in Schaumburg, IL. A schedule to offer Basic to Advanced Control Programming classes in 2019 is in development.

HEIDENHAIN’s existing 5-Axis Machining Lab that currently incorporates a Hermle machining center with a HEIDENHAIN TNC 640 control for demonstrations will soon include other machine tools for use. Expanded classroom and conference room space is also being prepared.

Stay tuned for more information in next In Motion eNewsletter.

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