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Emuge Corp. and Open Mind establish partnership

Above from left: Bob Hellinger, President, Emuge Corp. and Alan Levine, Managing Director of OPEN MIND Technologies USA.

June 20, 2017 - Emuge Corp., manufacturer of high performance taps, drills, end mills and other rotary tools, announced it has established a partnership with OPEN MIND Technologies AG, developer of CAM/CAD software solutions worldwide. Recently the companies, which have had a history of collaborating to influence their respective cutting tool and CAM software developments, formally agreed to partner.

Both companies will continue to share technical data and best practices on machining applications and programs, participate in joint seminars and collaborate to develop and promote advanced, high productivity machining solutions for North American manufacturing professionals.

"We are very pleased to officially partner with OPEN MIND. Emuge and OPEN MIND have enjoyed a long, successful synergy, developing and providing cutting edge machining solutions for manufacturers throughout the world. This formally reinforces our commitment with OPEN MIND to provide the most advanced technology and machining productivity for our customers in North America,” said Bob Hellinger, President of Emuge Corp.

“We are pleased to officially acknowledge our partnership with Emuge. Our goals of offering leading high productivity solutions for manufacturing customers are closely aligned. We are looking forward to further leverage our resources and expertise to jointly develop the most advanced machining strategies for today's manufacturers," said Alan Levine, Managing Director of OPEN MIND Technologies USA, INC.

Emuge and OPEN MIND are planning upcoming training and seminar events for 2017. Customers will be notified and information on events will also be posted on their respective websites.

 

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