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How new technology can save you

31-08-2010
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How new technology can save you

 

The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) will host a free event in Sydney on Tuesday, April 9, on how new technology in processing steel can deliver savings to your business.

To be held at Interlloy, a leading Australian steel supplier, the event is an ideal opportunity for manufacturers to network and share valuable information on tooling and machinery.

Newly appointed SME Chairman James Abbott, will address guests.

Mr Abbott is a CNC machining expert and Managing Director of Challenge Engineering.

Challenge Engineering has organised a number of industry events in the past, including: Dr John Blakemore (Lean Thinking), SECO Tools, Breseight and John Hart/Sharp Tooling.

To register visit: www.challengecnc.com.au or ph: 02 9632 0010

When: Tuesday, April 9

Time: 6:00pm for 6:30pm start

Where: Interlloy, 3 Stonny Batter Rd, Minto

Light refreshments will be served

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