, a world leader in milling, boring and turning technologies, will showcase its range of portal and gantry milling machines live from its ‘state of the art’ Portal Factory in Bergara next week. The event will be streamed online from the facility at 9am (GMT) on 18 May, a comprehensive and advanced manufacturing centre for large-scale, high-power portal machines, and will be a technical session open to all who register.
For half an hour, David Gonzalez, Soraluce commercial director, and Iñaki Iglesias, senior applications technician, will explain how Soraluce’s ‘state of the art’ portal machines can boost productivity by combining the best stock removal capacity with extremely accurate finishing.
There will be practical examples to show the multi-tasking function of the machines, which can be used for milling, turning and grinding tasks. More specifically, attendees will have the opportunity to have a comprehensive tour of a machine for a leading global customer from the railway sector.
They can also ask questions and comment in a ‘live chat’ that will facilitate contact between the organisers and the audience.
Soraluce’s main goal with this new event is to help manufacturers find the best way to machine more complex components in the most efficient way possible. They will be shown how to reduce the securing, handling, centring and stock removal times or how to perform as many operations as possible in a single run.
Sheffield-based TW Ward CNC Machinery Ltd
, the exclusive supplier of Soraluce machine tools in the UK and Ireland, will be in attendance and urges all UK engineering companies to register for the event.Event highlights
Get the best stock removal rate in roughing combined with best-in-class accuracy in finishing; discover the wide variety of configurations available; boost productivity and optimise precision with ‘smart technology’; learn from the best experiences in the field with Soraluce’s success stories; ask questions and share comments via live chat; and discover Soraluce’s Portal Factory, a unique advanced manufacturing shop for large-scale machine production.
To find out more or register for the event visit the website (events.soraluce.com/event/soraluce-bridge-mills-series-online-technical-event-european