Open House Intermac 2009 - Italy

Date: 2 March 2009
Source: Intermac
We are pleased to invite you to visit the Intermac facility on March 19-21 where the following machines will be demoing: Primus waterjet cutting machines Genius 37 CT RS + Genius LM combined line for monolithic and laminated glass cutting Genius LM C 37 line for laminated glass cutting and service table Genius 37 CT table for monolithic glass cutting Master 33 3 axes work center Master 35 5 axes work center Master 45 5 axes work center During the event Intermac will organize the following seminars: BHT tempering furnaces Perfect Cut cutting software ICam software integration between work centers and waterjet machines Diamut diamond tools Visits to Busetti facility in Bagnatica (BG) are available upon request.

Busetti specializes in the production of drilling and double edging machines.

For more information on the event please contact your Intermac dealer in your area or email

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