Join BIG KAISER for Breakfast & Learn

Breakfast & Learn


We are excited to host our 5th annual Breakfast & Learn event and invite you to join us. Start your morning off right, before the doors open at DMG MORI’s Innovation Days Chicago event right next door.

You’ll enhance your visit to Chicago’s northwestern suburbs by adding some valuable tooling education to your itinerary. From 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. May 16 through May 18, we will present a new technical session every day and serve up a hot and hearty complimentary breakfast that will prepare you for the eventful day.

If you can’t make our breakfast, no need to worry. Our doors will be open all day long for visitors to stop by! You’re welcome to tour our stocked showroom filled with tool management systems, extensive tooling displays, zero-point workholding solutions and live demonstrations. You’ll also have the opportunity to talk tooling with our team of experienced engineers and product experts; come ready with your toughest tooling questions–these guys are almost impossible to stump.

Below is an overview of our technical presentations which start at 8:30 a.m. each day:

Tuesday, May 16th

5-Axis Workholding Systems and Applications

Presented by: John Zaya, Product Manager Workholding

Wednesday, May 17th

Important Considerations to Optimize Micro Tooling Performance

Presented by: Cory Cetkovik, Product manager Sphinx

Thursday, May 18th

Selecting the Best Feed Rate Optimization Strategy

Presented by: David Sutkay, Sales Engineer CGTech Vericut

Looking forward to seeing you at our Breakfast & Learn event! To register, please click here.

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