Japanese Users Conference 2017 - Recap
TWS Japanese Users Conference concludes with record attendance in Nagoya, Japan
Conference marks official Gear Machining announcement in Japan
NAGOYA, JAPAN (July 12, 2017) – Third Wave Systems distributor ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corporation (CTC) hosted the Japan users conference July 12, 2017 in Nagoya, Japan with more than 100 attendees joining the conference.
Historically, Third Wave Systems has always presented at CAE Power, but due to the constant and increased interest in Third Wave Systems over the years from the Japanese market, CTC hosted a separate day dedicated to Third Wave Systems. It was called the AdvantEdge Users Conference at CAE Power.
More than 100 people attended the AdvantEdge Users Conference on July 12, that included presentations from Nayoga Institute of Technology, Tottori Institute of Industrial Technology, Musashi, Tungaloy, DePuy Synthes and Third Wave Systems. Mr. Jeff Tessier from DePuy Synthes in Monument, Colo. has been a top presenter at several Third Wave Systems Users Conference in the United States.
The conference ended with a two-hour happy hour and exhibition session where partners OSG, Mitsubishi Materials Corporation and Tungaloy had booths to meet attendees and customers.
Since early 2017, Third Wave Systems has been rolling out its new gear machining capabilities in the United States and Europe and at the AdvantEdge Users Conference in Nagoya, Third Wave Systems formally announced the gear machining capability in Japan.
Since 1999 Third Wave Systems has had a distributor partnership in Japan and today remains one of Third Wave Systems biggest markets. Third Wave Systems also has distributors in China, Korea and resellers in Europe.
About Third Wave Systems, Inc. > Third Wave Systems (www.thirdwavesys.com) develops and sells premier materials-based modeling software and services for machining solutions. Innovative manufacturing companies implement these solutions to dramatically reduce costs of machined components, accelerate design cycles, improve part quality and get to market faster.