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KSC Event 25 Mei 2018

The KSC, together with Rabobank Zuid, has organized an event where knowledge sharing was an important item. During this event we will be guest at Craft Education and De Metaalzaak in Deurne.

All details about this event can be found on the following website:

A lot of useful information that will bring your organization further to the digitization strategy of your organization.

Did you miss this event? No worries, everything can be viewed through our filmed information blocks.

Day experience.

The KCCEvent which took place on Friday 25 May 2018 was a great success. The maximum registration number of 80 people had been reached. The weather was fantastic and the atmosphere was great. Lunch and dinner was really delicious thanks to ‘De Snackbar’ Deurne. Geert Bukkems of the ‘Peel pioneers’ kicked off and took care of the introduction of each speaker. Various speakers will then take the stage, from knowledge sharing through explanation industry 4.0 to digitization and financial investment will be explained in detail.

The next day interviewing was on the agenda. Of course it was all about the great event day.

Scroll further and watch all the videos of this great day.


Event Flyer

Event Badge

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Event Interviews

Knowledge Sharing Centre Arno Sprengers
Craft-Education Roy van Bussel
DeMetaalZaak Harm Walda

Information blocks

1. Opening word of the day chairman.
Geert Bukkems – Peelpioniers
2. Knowledge sharing within the KSC.
Arno Sprengers – KSC
3. Sharing knowledge within your organization and deploying CBT training courses.
Roy van Bussel – Craft-Education
4. Digitizing within your organization, what does that look like?
Maarten van Teeffelen – CNC-Consult
5. Automatic measurement from a digital file.
Peter van Lierop – KMWE
6. Making your factory digital, what’s involved?
Jan van Frankenhuyzen – Industrieslijperij van Frankenhuyzen
7. Full 3D designs. And then no more drawing?
Leo Broers – ASML
8. Machining tools within your digital factory.
Ronny Booijink – Sandvik
9. Investment for digitizing.
Kees de Schipper – Rabobank

Photos during the event.





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Why a Knowledge Sharing Centre?

Things are running rather smoothly in the high tech manufacturing industry. Even so, this is no guarantee for the future. Collaboration based on knowledge sharing will brings us the new future.

The KSC is the connector between companies from the design and manufacturing industry, which bundles knowledge in an accessible way to achieve joint growth and collaborations on a trusted basis.

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