Phillips Promotes Advance Manufacturing and Excellence at Didac India 2018

Phillips Machine Tools India successfully marked its presence at the Didac India 2018 as a leader in offering products and solutions for technical education in the country. The 10th edition of Didac India exhibitions was organized from 4th to 6th October 2018 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

Phillips Machine Tools India showcased its two special machine models namely Mini Mill-EDU, the machine that created a new category, packaged and made even more affordable; TL-1-EDU, basic layout of a manual lathe, but with full CNC control and New Generation Control of HAAS which is machine tool industry’s most user friendly CNC control.

Phillips Machine Tools India, which is a leader in offering metal cutting solutions to Indian manufacturing industry, also proved its mettle in bridging academia-industry gap in the country with its dedicated Haas Technical Education Center network and special machine models and pricing specifically for schools. The mission of the HTEC Network is to promote and advance manufacturing and productivity through excellence in manufacturing education.

Didac India is Asia Pacific’s largest & India’s only event for educational supplies, training, technology and didactic material where education and training professionals from all parts of the globe can see, evaluate and purchase a comprehensive range of educational and training products and services.
The event is partnered by the British Education Suppliers Association (BESA), DIDACTA (Germany), World Didac Association & India Didactics Association and the event is supported by all prominent ministries of the Government of India and various educational bodies.

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