JTEKT Toyoda Americas (Arlington Heights, IL) has announced its latest lunch-learning seminar, to be held at the YG-1 Cutting Tools Tech Center in Charlotte, NC. The three-hour event on Thursday, March 22 will contrast advanced modern milling techniques with age-old methods of metal removal.
YG-1’s Tech Center includes a Toyoda Stealth 1165 C-Frame VMC. YG-1 engineers have tested solid carbide and HSS cutting tools from the company’s latest line to develop enhanced performance processes that both prolong tool life and maintain accuracy when machining tough metals.
Toyoda will be providing lunch during the event. To register and learn on the processes featured, visit: http://info.toyoda.com/yg1millingstrategies
What: Milling Strategies for Challenging Materials
When: 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Thursday, March 22, 2018
Where: 11001 Park Charlotte Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28273
Featured Machine: Stealth 1165 VMC
Toyoda’s Stealth 1165 VMC is designed to maneuver through challenging materials, and was developed with a four box way base for support. The Stealth’s CAT 40, 8000 RPM gear head spindle maximizes cutting performance at feed rates of 945 ipm (24 m/min), according to Toyoda.