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HEADLAND TO HOST 2016 TRUMPF TECHNOLOGY AND NETWORKING EVENT

25-01-2016
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Headland Machinery will host their inaugural TRUMPF Technology and Networking Event in Sydney next month,

Sponsored by TRUMPF and BOC, the event will feature presentations from TRUMPF representatives.

Attendees will learn how to boost their business with the launch of TruTops Boost and experience live demonstrations of the newest Laser Technology.

The night will showcase live demonstrations of the TRUMPF software and technology as well as complimentary machine tools being showcased.

Presentations will include live demonstrations of:

  • TruTops Boost
  • TruBend 7036
  • TruLaser 3030 Fiber
  • TruLaser 5030 Fiber

The event will be held at Headland Machinery Sydney Showroom at Rydalmere on February 18 between 4pm-8pm.

To register visit: www.headland.com.au/trumpf2016 or email: marketing@headland.com.au

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