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7/21/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: C.R. Onsrud

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Machining and machine tool specialist C.R. Onsrud Inc. (Troutman, NC, US) will present its CNC machinery as well as its Osync CNC monitoring interface.

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Machining and machine tool specialist C.R. Onsrud Inc. (Troutman, NC, US) will present its CNC machinery as well as its Osync CNC monitoring interface. The company says Osync gives production managers real-time monitoring for their C.R. Onsrud CNC machinery. It also provides live feedback to C.R. Onsrud tech support team in Troutman.

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