Hermle gears up to enthrall visitors in open house at Gosheim

Maschinenfabrik Berthold Hermle AG welcomes visitors to its annual Open House event at its Technology and Training Centre in Gosheim from 18 – 21 April 2018. Like every year, a large number of visitors are expected to attend, to keep abreast of the latest development trends in milling, milling-turning and generative manufacturing at Maschinenfabrik Berthold Hermle AG.

Visitors will get to witness innovative machine models from the Performance- Line and High-Performance-Line, which illustrate the output spectrum of Hermle AG in a wide range of configurations. Some of the models are designed with cutting-edge automation tools, various pallet changers, and robot systems.

A complete production hall will be converted into a small trade fair, accommodating numerous exhibitors from the sectors clamping technology, CAD/ CAM CNC software and control technology. Besides, interesting lectures from professional practitioners, factory tours will provide the visitors with an ideal platform to discover more about Hermle and its products first hand.

Phillips Machine Tools India represents Hermle in India and makes Hermle products and solutions available across various locations in the country.

During the last edition of the event in 2017, there was an encouraging turnout of more than 2,700 visitors from 1,200 companies, including 900 international guests. There were visitors from over 30 countries.

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