BACA Systems, a leading developer of innovative fabrication equipment for the countertop industry, announced that the company is resuming in-person Going Digital fabrication seminars throughout the United States this fall. Several free seminars are scheduled and will be hosted by current BACA Systems customers at their fabrication shops.
The half-day seminars offer prospective customers the opportunity to see demonstrations of BACA Systems equipment at a customer’s shop and speak with the customer about their experience using equipment like the industry-leading Robo SawJet programmable saw and waterjet cutting machine, the Edge XL CNC edge-polishing machine and the Miter X dedicated miter-cutting machine. In addition, attendees will benefit from other demonstrations, presentations and discussions on key topics, including digital templating, increasing material yield and reducing labor in their manufacturing plants. Opportunities to speak with and get answers to questions from BACA Systems experts and other fabricators about unique challenges and market trends are also included.
“Even though we offer prospective customers the opportunity to fly to Detroit at our expense to meet our experts, see our shop and visit a local customer, the seminars provide another opportunity that may be more convenient for individuals to gain insight about the products we offer,” said BACA Systems CRO Tim Burke. “We are excited and thankful to be able to be back in person with our seminars and look forward to meeting and helping new friends install profitability in their shops.”
The current schedule for the upcoming seminars is as follows:
- October 19 – Chicago
- November – Southeastern United States location and date to be determined
Interested individuals can register for the next seminar at www.bacasystems.com from the banner at the top of the company’s homepage.
About BACA Systems
BACA Systems, a KUKA Robotics systems integrator, develops innovative fabrication solutions for the countertop industry and is the leader in Robotic SawJet technology. The company’s expert team has been implementing robotic automation for more than 30 years, and its robotic equipment comprises the largest number of robots working in the stone industry. The company also offers both miter and CNC saws plus its BACA Pure water filtration system, which enables water to be recycled and returned to the customer’s cutting process.
In addition to offering potential customers the opportunity to travel to the Detroit area at BACA Systems’ expense to see the company’s equipment in action and meet with current customers, BACA Systems provides virtual and regional in-person support seminars to help customers increase their sales and profitability. Learn more at www.bacasystems.com.