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Machining Company Celebrates New Facility with Schnitzel

Originally Published MPMN November 2005

INDUSTRY NEWS

Machining Company Celebrates New Facility with Schnitzel

Shana Leonard

To celebrate the opening of its new North American headquarters, Datron Dynamics (Milford, NH; www.datrondynamics.com) held an open house featuring exclusive tours, personal interviews, and all the schnitzel guests could eat.

The two-day event enabled the high-speed machining company to showcase the new facility, developments, tools, and software to both members of the media and valued customers. Among the activities offered was the opportunity to tour the 4000-sq ft facility that houses the company’s corporate offices and a high-speed CNC technology center.

The new headquarters permit the company to expand its machinery and capabilities. Since it made the move, the company has developed a next-generation vacuum-table work-holding solution for CNC machinists called the VacuMate II. Technical seminars and workshops are also in the planning stages.

“We now have a facility that reflects our position as a leader in the area of high-speed machining with small tools, and one that allows us to share our expertise with the industry,” says Walter Schenecker, president of Datron Dynamics.

Though Datron maintains a professional business image, the company used the open house to express its lighthearted nature through the incorporation of an Oktoberfest theme to the event. Drawing from its German heritage, the company offered a catered lunch by German-born Chef Dieter, complete with authentic schnitzel and kegs of German-crafted Pfungstädter Edel Pils premium beer.

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