Webinar: 5 Steps Toward More Sustainable & Competitive Machining


Learn to Measure and Optimize Your Machining Sustainability & Competitiveness

Whether it is your customer, government, changes in regulative environment or internal pressure within your own organization, machining companies all over the world are facing several drivers to measure, report and improve sustainability. But where to focus first? What are the concrete actions on the shop floor that have an impact? Does more sustainable machining mean higher costs? 

Join our webinar on how to improve manufacturing sustainability and learn:

  • Five shop floor variables that have the largest impact on machining sustainability
  • How automating machine tools improves sustainability
  • How to start measuring and optimizing the five sustainability variables
  • New sustainability-enhancing CNC automation features

In this webinar we list five practical and economical steps to improve machining sustainability with the help of CNC automation. We will practically present and demonstrate ways to measure, report and optimize sustainability by automating CNC machine tools, and utilizing new sustainability features of 2024 in Fastems CNC automation systems.

After the 45-minute presentation, we have a 15-minute Q&A session for the audience to ask questions. The free registration is now open, you are welcome to join!



Time and Place: April 9, 2024 at 14:00 DST | 15:00 CEST | 16:00 EEST

Online webinar (Zoom)

We will send the webinar recording to all the registered people afterwards, so you can register even though you could not join the live session!

PRESENTER : Janne Kivinen, Product Manager of Milling Automation

Janne Kivinen has worked for 10 years in helping high-mix metalworking manufacturers to succeed with CNC automation. During his career Janne has worked both in product management and in system trainings, which have given him a really practical approach for improving customers performance with flexible automation.

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