At the beginning of the new year DATRON AG invites to the first DATRON Tech Day at the main location in Mühltal-Traisa. The South Hesse milling machine specialist awaits its guests with entertaining multi-faceted specialist presentations embedded in a program full of hands-on innovations to touch.
Start of a successful jubilee year
On 24.01.2019, DATRON AG will be celebrating its 50th anniversary year with the first DATRON Tech Day and offers a varied and exciting range of aluminum processing programs. 50 years of DATRON AG, that means 50 years of innovation and passion for technology. “The aim of DATRON AG is to simplify complex processes for permanently reliable production.” Thomas Frank, Director of Sales and Marketing.
Infotainment in the DATRON Tech Academy
One of the big highlights of the day’s event is the keynote lecture by Prof. dr. Abele. The head of the Institute for Production Management, Technology and Machine Tools at the Technical University of Darmstadt offers deep insights into the success factors of aluminum processing, highlighting both the past and the promising future of the industry.
In addition, all participants can look forward to interesting short presentations on the HSC machining of aluminum and experience the brand new DATRON MXCube live under chip.
Hands-on topics in the DATRON Technology Center
In addition to the DATRON Tech-Academy program, all participants in the table-top exhibition in the DATRON Technology Center will also hear valuable details from industry experts on how to optimize their processes. In addition to the partner stations, the DATRON experts are also available to the visitors on the high-speed milling machines. Sophisticated aluminum applications demonstrate the power and precision of the DATRON product portfolio and allow participants to discover new potential.
For all those interested, it is possible to visit www.datron.de/tech-day until 17th January 2019 to register. Representatives of the press are requested to send their registration to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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