Post-EMO open house at Citizen Machinery UK

Manufacturers wishing to learn more about the latest CNC sliding-head and fixed-head turning centres from Citizen Machinery UK, but who perhaps were unable to attend the EMO 2023 machine tool trade fair in Hanover last month, can instead attend the company’s open house at its Turning Centre of Excellence in the West Midlands this week (3-5 October).

The event will mark the 40th year of fixed-head lathe manufacturer Miyano in the UK and Ireland, initially via the previous sales agent Macro Machine Tools. Since 2010, the brand has been a wholly-owned part of Citizen Holdings, which also offers Cincom sliding-head lathes as well as a range of turning machines incorporating auto-loading systems for rapid material and parts handling.

Managing director Edward James says: “We’ll not only be celebrating the 40th anniversary of Miyano’s presence in this market, but also seven years since the launch of our LFV (low-frequency vibration) programmable chip-breaking software. The technology has helped us to become the largest supplier of CNC bar-fed lathes in the UK and Ireland. There will also be a focus at the open house on the Miyano Eco Function, which ensures more efficient energy usage, saving costs and helping the machines to perform at peak efficiency.”

As usual, present throughout the event will be numerous partner companies involved in the supply of work holding, cutting tools, parts handling, bar feeds, production control software and more. Additionally, a ‘Red Letter Day’ prize draw will be open to all visitors, with the winner receiving a £1500 experience and hotel accommodation.
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