The presentation is supported with video, computer generated interactive displays, CAD/CAM and controller demonstrations and will provide information on abrasive recycling. This is not a seminar, it is an opportunity to scan, program and cut parts, rebuild cutting heads and intensifier pumps, and run a waterjet.
The instructor, Richard Ward, CEO of Richel, Inc., has written numerous articles on waterjet applications and given presentations nationally and internationally. Training will be held at Richel's 12,000-square-foot facility at 4485 Crystal Parkway, Suite 100, Kent, OH. To enroll and obtain information, please contact (330) 677-9100 or email@example.com; www.richel.com.