Vision Machinery plans open house June 20-21
June 4, 2019 | 7:49 pm UTC

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Vision Machinery, Inc. is planning a two-day open house June 20-21. This event will feature seminars, machine and software demos, work cells, new machines, new vendors and pre-show specials.

The event will be at Vision Machinery, Inc., 1309 N. Market Blvd., #140, Sacramento, CA 95834, June 20-21 , 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Equipment to be shown includes edgebanders, vertical panel saws, sliding table saw, industrial cabinet saw, CNC FT with autolabeling, beam saw, dowel inserter, drilling machine, planer, sander, air compressor, table lifts, table lift-assembly table, return conveyor, dust collection, SawGear, TigerStop, ducting and tooling.

Seminars include: Optimizing Cycle Time and Cut Quality with High Shear Tooling hosted By Royce Ayr; Coated Abrasive Technologies and Recommendations hosted By Hermes Abrasives; Is PUR right for you? What You Need to Know hosted By Jowat; Emerging Trends in Edgebanding: PUR & Laser hosted By Rehau; Microvellum Software; Cabinet Vision Software; Introduction to Industry 4.0 hosted By Vision Machinery; The Impact of Accidents on Your Business hosted By SawStop; and Financing Solutions hosted By Quail Leasing.

Fully operational work cells to create kitchen boxes will also be featured, including: Rover S with Auto Labeling (Biesse); Microvellum Software on the Rover S; Akron 1440 with AFS and PUR (Biesse); Return Conveyor (Doucet); Dowel Inserter (Pillar Machine); and Assembly Table/Work Bench (Marcon Woodworking).

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