About the presentation
Fagor's new HMTL5-based user interface for computer numerical control (CNC) was designed for users to customize their machine controls by making them easier to use, more secure, and better suited to take full advantage of industry 4.0 functionalities. However, a major benefit of this user interface is its solution to the skilled labor shortage the manufacturing industry faces today. This presentation breaks down how the interface was designed for the younger workforce of web designers and software programmers to get involved with the world of CNC machining.
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Meet your presenter
Harsh Bibra is the general manager of Fagor Automation Corp. NA, a world leader in the manufacturing of CNC control automation products. With a degree in electrical and electronics engineering and a background within the engineering department, Harsh has been employed within the CNC machine tool automation sector for 35 years and actively employed with Fagor Automation for 26 years, with the last 16 years as the general manager. With a strong knowledge in technical management, Bibra has successfully driven complex engineering projects as well as sales channel management on an international level during his career.
About the company
Fagor Automation has vast experience in the development and manufacturing of products for machine automation and control. We offer solutions tailored to the needs of our customers, from developing software to the versatility of our production process. Historically, we have focused our efforts on the machine-tool sector. We have a broad technical and sales network spread out in more than 50 countries through our branch offices and distributors.
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