Sodick and Hurco Machines at CCAT

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Brooks Associates is proud to be working in coordination with the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Inc. to provide a Hurco VMX30U five axis machining center, a Sodick AQ400L wire EDM and a Sodick AD30L ram EDM. CCAT’s goal has been to help manufacturers be more competitive and these machines will assist in that effort.

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc. (CCAT), headquartered in East Hartford, Conn., is a unique economic development organization that combines expertise in cutting-edge manufacturing technology with specialized centers of excellence in STEM, education, workforce strategy and alternative energy solutions to help organizations increase efficiencies, improve workforce development and boost competitiveness. CCAT promotes partnerships between industry, academia and government to create a new collaborative framework for tackling 21st century economic challenges. To learn more about CCAT visit their website at www.ccat.us

Brooks Associates, based in Norwell, Massachusetts, has been  serving the metal cutting and forming industries in New England for over eighty years. Brooks offers productivity enhancing equipment for diverse applications including die/mold, aerospace, medical and electronics and provides comprehensive pre-purchase through post-installation support. Brooks’ precision machine tools product lines include Hurco, Sodick, Omax, and Toyoda. For more information or to schedule a machine demo contact Brooks at 781-871-3400.

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