A Worcester-based manufacturer is gearing ready for its upcoming appearance at a national industry event.

Yamazaki Mazak's INTEGREX i-200H S Multi-Tasking machine centre has left the company's European Technology Centre in Worcester and is en route to the NEC in Birmingham for MACH 2024, where it will feature on the company's stand.

The company has extended an invitation to consumers to check out their showcase by Friday (April 19).


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Not only will the company display eight of the latest new machine tool and laser processing technologies, but a variety of automation systems and digital solutions.

The intention is to assist customers in making informed and beneficial decisions for their businesses.

This includes the introduction of their latest software, MAZATROL DX, accessible via the Mazak iCONNECT portal, providing equipment monitoring, maintenance, and support.

'Making for the Future' is a central theme for manufacturers at the event, which includes an affordable range of milling, turning, and five-axis machines, all designed and constructed in the UK.

Additionally, the firm will present its 'NEO' machines, which are engineered to substantially reduce energy consumption without compromising precision or productivity.

The company will also launch finance packages catering to every budget and a range of service options to extend the lifespan of their machines.

The company will also introduce a complimentary trial of its recent software, aiming to help customers be competitive when quoting for jobs and minimise costs by improving job setup time before the machining begins.

Consumers can currently head to MACH 2024 to discover what Mazak has on offer in Hall 20, stand 330.

Registration for the exhibition is still open at: https://discover.mazakeu.com/mach/.