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Optimizing the Potential of Networking for Tools



Walter solutions range from cutting tools to digital process optimization.

Walter, a cutting tool manufacturer, recently demonstrated its focus on digitization, networking and connectivity at EMO 2017.

"The metalworking industry is ever changing, with digitalization and networking gaining increased momentum," said a company spokesperson. "At the same time, users' demands for holistic concepts along with corresponding digital services continue to grow. Walter sees itself as a partner with its customers and offers a portfolio of digital solutions that are far more than just tools."

Mirko Merlo, President of Walter AG said, "Outstanding tools are the foundation of our success. But our customers quite rightly expect much more than just this. They want reliable, tailored processes and the chance to increase their efficiency with high-performance digital solutions. At EMO we demonstrated the advantages we can offer them due to our developments towards achieving Industry 4.0."

Apps and digital tools took center stage at EMO. Close collaboration with Comara, a company specializing in data and networking and now part of the Walter family, further expands the digital expertise of the company. Visitors were able to make use of intuitive touchscreens and tool displays to learn more on this topic.

For more information contact:

Walter USA, LLC

N22 W23855 Ridgeview Pkwy. West

Waukesha, WI 53188

800-945-5554

www.walter-tools.com/us

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