Join hands to link the industry-university new momentum
Join hands to link the industry-university new momentum, rooted in new opportunities for metal forming.
Facing domestic intelligent machinery development and fostering metal forming mechanical talents, SEYI Machinery donated a SERVO PRESS, the latest metal forming industry application machinery, to the National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (NKUST). The general manager of SEYI, Cyrus Kuo presented the symbolic model of the servo press machine to president Yang Ching-huang of the NKUST, to provide practical operating opportunities and take root in metal forming education to make the effort to nurture students.
The president of the National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology, Yang Ching-huang, also stated that this time, he received a sophisticated and advanced servo press machine, not only adding a sharp tool in the teaching demonstration and research field, but also helping the students to get closer to the industry's most advanced level through the cooperation of industry and to work together for cultivating forward-looking smart mechanical expertise for Taiwan.
SEYI Machinery has had many experiences in industry and university cooperation with the NKUST, and also recognized the research and development and technical capabilities of the NKUST. This donation is also a thorough practice of the SEYI's long-term promotion of industry-university cooperation. General Manager Cyrus Kuo expressed high praise for the research and technical capabilities of the NKUST that is also the cradle cultivating talents in the domestic machinery industry. SEYI also hopes to provide a platform for students’ professional abilities and sophiscated skills so that students can contribute talent to the industry after graduation in the future.
SEYI looks forward to the cooperation and exchanges between both parties; it can deepen the academic, practical applications, add new forces to the industry, and promote industrial innovation. Upgrading and jointly create a win-win situation for both the industry and universities.