Safety is a top priority for shop owners, and significant improvements can be achieved by workplace safety procedures and better training.
These days, manufacturers are searching every nook and cranny in their organizations for ways to reduce costs. For example, our customers want toolholders, insert grades and geometries that perform better, and they want them at a lower cost. While the latest advancements in cutting tools and machining techniques deliver increased productivity, better surface finishes and longer tool lives, manufacturers can also maximize machining efforts and reduce costs through machine operator education.
Students at Haas Technical Education Centre (HTEC) La Joliverie, France, enjoy learning in what is unquestionably one of the world’s best HTECs. But it’s not just about the facility’s many Haas CNC machine tools; it’s also about the long-term dedication of the school staff and a particular technical project that they’ve kept going for 30+ years, across many generations of aspiring engineers.