VIDEO: Mazak’s INTEGREX is on the move. Next stop, MACH 2024

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Preparations are well under way for Yamazaki Mazak’s exhibition attendance at MACH 2024. The machines have left its Worcester plant and are now heading towards the NEC in Birmingham.

Customers have been invited to visit the company’s stand from Monday next week where Mazak will be showcasing not only eight of the latest machine tool and laser processing technologies, but also a range of automation systems and digital solutions to help customers make the best decisions to support the growth of their business.

This includes the new MAZATROL DX software through the Mazak iCONNECT portal, which offers machine monitoring, maintenance, and support.

The key message to manufacturers at the event is ‘Building for the Future’. This includes an affordable range of UK-designed and built machines for milling, turning and 5-axis machining, the selection of “NEO” machines developed to deliver unparalleled reductions in energy consumption while maintaining the highest standards of precision and productivity, finance packages to suit every budget and an extensive menu of service options to support the lifetime of a Mazak machine.

In addition, the company will be launching a free trial of its newest software that will allow customers to become competitive when quoting for jobs and reduce costs by significantly improving the setup time of those jobs before machining even begins.

Doors are open on Monday, why not come and see what’s on offer in Hall 20, stand 330?

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