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SWI TRAK Event/Open House Dec. 4th and 5th



Southwestern Industries (SWI) will showcase its new portable TRAK 2OP machining center during its December 4th and 5th TRAK sales event at its Rancho Dominguez, CA, showroom.

"Designed for second operation machining, the TRAK 2OP streamlines a shop's workflow by quickly bringing an additional spindle to an operator idled by the cycle time of his primary machine," said a company spokesperson. "It utilizes ProtoTRAK CNC technology, and programs can be generated either at the machine or remotely to perform tasks normally associated with second operation machining, including drilling, tapping, countersinking, face milling and the machining of profiles, pockets and bolt hole patterns."

SWI will also display and demo its TRAK bed mill, lathe, LPM short-run machining center and knee mill product lines. "Like the TRAK 2OP, these feature ProtoTRAK CNC technology, a powerful but easy to learn and use CNC conversational language that enables lower skill level machinists to do higher level work, and allows skilled machinists to get more done," said the spokesperson. All TRAK products are designed and manufactured in Southwestern Industries' Rancho Dominguez facilities.

A complimentary lunch and factory tours will be provided.

For more information contact:

Bruce Meredith

Marketing Manager

Southwestern Industries, Inc.

2615 Homestead Place

Rancho Dominguez, CA 90220

310-608-4422

info@southwesternindustries.com

www.southwesternindustries.com

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