3 Reasons to Visit Total Grinding Solutions at IMTS 2016

With thousands of displays competing for your attention at this year’s IMTS, deciding where to start and what to see can be overwhelming.  We know that you’re eager to discover all the great solutions and machinery on exhibit, but we want to make sure that Total Grinding Solutions (TGS) is on your must-see list, and that’s why we’re giving you three excellent reasons to visit us at IMTS booth #N-7467.  

1.  Grinding machine demonstrations

You can visit our website and hear us talk about our new CNC centerless grinder, but we won’t be satisfied until you visit our booth and see our TGS-CL-6020 in operation. We assure you that this grinder is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced, and we will show you why.  After you’ve seen the machine at ground level, stroll up to our comfortable second-story lounge where you can check out our new grinder from every angle. 

2.  Expert solutions to your biggest grinding challenges

Our exhibit will be staffed with the best of the best.  Four of our most knowledgeable in-house grinder experts will be available and eager to talk to you.  Be assured that there’s rarely a grinder question that they haven’t heard or can’t answer. Bring your part prints and your challenges. Our friendly experts will either have a solution at hand, or they’ll pool their knowledge to get you the advice you need to keep your grinder running 24/7. 

3.  See a great exhibit

Our two-story booth combines light, sound and technology into an eye-popping display of grinding splendor.  Skip over the usual bowl of swag and proceed directly to our grinder demonstrations.  Also, be sure to witness our new two-axis CNC dresser. This exclusive upgrade makes easy work out of your most complex part geometries. 

For more information on TGS or to schedule an appointment to meet us at the show, contact us.

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