Learn how Industry 4.0 Digital Machine Data can help your company during and post Covid-19
Wednesday, April 22 (10am) - Wednesday, April 29, 2020 (12pm US/Eastern)
Business as usual has changed for us all while manufacturing seems to be evolving faster than we can keep up with. Often times we ignore the latest technology or put it off until we have more time. Well, now is the time! In keeping up with the mission of providing education for its member companies, the PMPA is hosting a 3-Part webinar on how digital data will improve your shop’s future success and viability.
Today manufacturers are dealing with reduced staff and/or some needing to work from home. Whether you are onsite or working remotely, the ability to have visibility into machine activity is critical. Businesses need to be more lean moving forward, but your ability to manage doesn’t have to be. North America is a leader in manufacturing, and it’s imperative that we continue to be during and post-COVID19. Operating leaner and getting the most out of your machines is more important than ever before. One way to do this is to optimize your shop’s current machinery by understanding the data is has been offering since the day it was installed. How can you do this? Watch, listen and learn from 3 professionals who offer simple to complex digital data solutions.
Free to PMPA Members
Part 2 – Wednesday, April 22, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. EST
Ron Pieper from TechSolve will present how to leverage daily machining operations to extract valuable data that can be collected for immediate results in productivity and profits. Ron will explain the value that MTConnect provides and how this solution can be compatible with your shop’s current equipment, confidently perform lights-out manufacturing, predict maintenance, and integrate into an MES or ERP system.
Part 3 – Wednesday, April 29, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. EST
Mike Laurendeau, Product Sales Manager for Eastern US/Canada at Caron Engineering. Caron Engineering is a world-renown architect of retrofit solutions for CNC machine tools. Their products focus on optimizing the cutting process and health of a machine through IIoT enabled sensors and real-time data collection. Mike will present solutions for preventing tool breakage, automatic tool wear compensation, machine health diagnostics, and bar feeder vibration detection. Mike will also explain their current product lineup such as TMAC, DTectIT, AutoComp and Tool Connect.
All 3 companies will present testimonials from manufacturers who have taken the first steps towards Industry 4.0. Time will be allotted for audience Q&A.
A big THANK YOU to Courtney Ortner, Chief Marketing Officer with Absolute Machine Tools, for her assistance with transitioning this onsite Northern Ohio Chapter meeting to a 3-part Webinar.
Part 2: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/11313281135754766
Part 3: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6695074042083799310