After organizing our second GrindDate event for you, we’re happy to announce: we’re extremely pleased with the turnout! Our GrindDate 2017 was a huge success, and we would like to take a moment to thank everyone that played a role in making it happen.
Many Inspiring Conversations
We would first like to thank all the visitors who came out and posed a wide variety of questions (including some critical ones) during the numerous conversations we held, as well as the many excellent suggestions we received. As a grinding machine manufacturer with a strong focus on innovation and development, we need this feedback from our customers and users, because it motivates to become even better.
Many Interesting Topics
And it goes without saying that we would also like to thank our external and internal speakers, who brought us up to date on all things grinding technology-related in a series of extremely informative talks. The subjects of the talks included grinding tools, grinding oils, cleaning systems, grinding aerospace components, dressing technology, processing superhard cutting materials, grinding software, grinding machines, and Industry 4.0, a topic that affects us all.
A Dedicated Team
And last but not least, we want to thank all the Haas employees both in front of and behind the scenes, whose tireless work and commitment helped make our GrindDate 2017 a complete and total success.
After GrindDate ist before GrindDate
And since the time after one GrindDate is also the time before the next GrindDate, we hope you are already looking forward to the GrindDate 2019 here at Haas in Trossingen as much as we are. We’d be glad to send you an invitation and the program before the next event: simply shoot us an email if you’d like us to add you to our mailing list.
And to stay up-to-date on all the latest from Haas Schleifmaschinen and on the topic of grinding technology, Multigrind® grinding machines, and Multigrind® Horizon grinding software, bookmark our Schleifblog.
That’s all for now, see you soon, and remember: Schleifen Sie gut!
Dirk Wember & Thomas Bader