More than 1,500 customers worldwide attend the FRAISA ToolLab yearly
We train customers in our training centre, right by the machines - and demonstrate state-of-the-art cutting tool technology. At Fraisa USA we bring this technology to our customers via our ToolLab. We train customers in our training centre, right by the machines - and demonstrate state-of-the-art cutting tool technology. For high-efficiency, greater safety and cost-saving processes.
Transfer of know-how by instruction and training
No-one is born a master in a trade, even in high-tech industries: knowledge has to be acquired, new technologies have to be learnt and new ideas tested.
Once and many times again.
Therefore, Fraisa USA not only produces tools, it also educates users in its modern ToolLab, on how to use them most effectively. What the latest technologies are and what measures can be taken to improve customers' production processes and reduce costs.
Because it is absolutely key in an increasingly competitive market to be faster, better and more cost-effective..
A service from us, and a tool for you.
More than 1,500 customers worldwide attend the Fraisa ToolSchool every year.
For the North American market, Fraisa USA has built their ToolLab to bring this training opportunity to you.
All seminars are held in New Brighton, Minnesota. For more information please email email@example.com.
Profit for professionals. Taught by professionals.
Times are changing at a furious pace, and so are materials, machines and methods. This makes continuous professional development a priority. Exchanges with professional colleagues are essential. Progress requires us to relate theory to practice.
In the Fraisa technology seminars, engineers with top qualifications train the specialists and managerial staff of specific areas of industry.
Medical device manufacturers, for example, learn about the latest developments in micro-milling technology and how to use them; customers from the aviation industry, on the other hand, learn all about tools for difficult to machine materials and how to utilize them.