Intermac: Open House

From 10-13 July 2002: Technical open days at Intermac dedicated to the modern marble and glass worker.Another appointment not to be missed for professionals working in the sector.

A chance to see the latest technological innovations close-up, talk with machining experts and visit the new Intermac, the most avant-garde production site.

4 good reasons not to miss the opportunity:

- The new CNC Work Centres of the JET, PRO and PRO 5 series, with their exclusive performances specifically designed for the modern marble and glass worker
- 1500 square metres of exhibition space, fully equipped with the entire range of working machinery.
- Guided tour of the Group’s high-tech production units, including the design, electro-spindle assembly and testing and precision machining departments.
- Meetings with highly specialised technical staff available to you for the occasion.

600450 Intermac: Open House
Date: 25 June 2002
Source: Intermac

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