ShopBot Tools (Durham, NC) has announced Virtual ShopBot Workshop, a virtual workshop for ShopBot customers and CNC users.
Virtual ShopBot Workshop has links to live demos and recorded trainings, and users can take virtual tours of production sites and workshops, which include both old and new tools in use – with even a 20-plus-year-old ShopBot still at work, according to the company.
Per ShopBot, its engineers host live demos and trainings at least twice a week, and participants can instant message chat with the trainer during or after the class. “We enjoy being able to share tips and techniques live, and sometimes even our own mishaps, with our customers,” said Ryan Patterson, product engineer. “It’s important to us that they continue to maximize their skills and use of our tools.”
The Virtual Workshop lets us share the experience and expertise of ShopBot employees who have worked with CNC technology in production as well as in their own shops, said ShopBot COO Jeanne Taylor. We make it a point to stay engaged with our customers and if, because of the challenges in this new world, we can’t do it in person then we’ll do it online, over the phone, and via video conference platforms.
For more information, visit shopbottools.com/virtualworkshop.
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