The company will unveil its new technology center and debut several machines.

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The Brother M140X1 multitasking machine for mass-production parts processing.

The Takisawa TW-4000YS horizontal turning center with a heavy-duty twin spindle.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' MAF-E table-type horizontal boring mill for medium-sized workpiece machining.

Yamazen (Schaumburg, Illinois) will open the doors of its newly renovated Chicago Technical Center October 15-17, 2013, for its TechExpo ’14 event.  Several machines will be debuted at the expo: the Brother M140X1 multitasking machine providing a maximum turning speed of 2,000 rpm for mass-production parts processing; the Takisawa TS-4000YS horizontal turning center featuring a heavy-duty twin spindle, 30-hp main spindle motor and 10-hp milling motor; and the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries MAF-E series of table-type horizontal boring mills providing 3,000 rpm and a feed rate of 15 m/min. for medium-sized workpiece machining.

The event will featuring additional machine tools from Brother, Matsuura, Mitsubishi, Mitutoyo and Takisawa, as well as facility tours and demonstrations.