Makino offers our customers a number of formal training opportunities on selected topics and products.
Be prepared with Makino training. Enhance the capability of your entire team with classes focused on advanced machine tool systems and production processes. Targeted training helps new employees start work with the essentials they need to succeed. With Makino, your staff ready to meet challenges and seize opportunities.
Content is based on specific skill sets and objectives and is designed to transfer a working knowledge and understanding of the machine tool system and related processes.
Training covers standard production processes like maintenance, operations and programming. Classes focus on a range of machines, including Vertical Machining Centers (VMC), Horizontal Machining Centers (HMC), Graphite Machining Centers, Ram EDM, Wire EDM and EDM Hole Drilling.
The Die/Mold Process technology transfer program uses the latest machining methods to slash lead-times, improve throughput and maximize your ROI.
Discover how Makino Training programs help you prepare for the future and increase the capability and expertise of your team.
Training centers are located in Mason, OH; Auburn Hills, MI; Elgin, IL; Waukesha, WI; and Querétaro, Mexico. If needed, you can also request training at one of our other centers in Los Angeles, CA; Union, NJ; Erie, PA; Wichita, KS and Mississauga, ON.
Makino training credits may come with the machine you buy, based on the machine type and the purchase agreement. You’ll have a full year to use these credits. Above and beyond the credits, we can always set up tuition-based training for your team.
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