Walk through the latest trends in safety equipment and compliance issues relating to the manufacturing environment, including an analysis on investment requirements for meeting regulations, a look at how new PPE design elements translate to better adoption on the plant floor, a review of recent safety disasters, and an outline of resources that can help manufacturers continuously improve their safety programs.
In this webcast, Dr. Christopher Williams, Assistant Professor and Director of the DREAMS (Design, Research and Education for Additive Manufacturing Systems) Lab, will discuss how Additive Manufacturing is being used at Virginia Tech. The presentation will include use-cases and novel applications of both Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and multi-material PolyJet 3D Printing.
Every manufacturer knows that getting estimates right can mean the difference between success and survival. An estimate has to be a complex balancing act – competitive enough to win the job but not so competitive that it reduces profit margins.
The 5th Annual Chem/Petrochem and Refineries Shutdowns and Turnarounds Conference will focus on the fundamentals of achieving a timely turnarounds, which entails: early planning, solid guidelines, capital projects integration, safety, introducing technology to improve safety and/or drive down costs, developing best practices through the reporting and analyses post-turnaround and building/maintaining a quality workforce.
This webinar will provide an overview of American Society of Mechanical Engineers and International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration standards for labeling pipe systems including content identification, color coding, visibility, and more.
In this issue see how Starbucks' continuous improvement philosophy earns an AME Manufacturing Excellence Award, learn how mobile access to maintenance could mean easier troubleshooting, check out the 2013 Industrial Web Directory, and more.
The need for robust food safety programs has never been greater, and a host of new technologies have sprung up to help processors meet the increasing challenges. What are these new advancements, and how can they help you meet your customers’ demands?
Distributors face key challenges when it comes to understanding the best ways in which to reach their customers. As online procurement gains steam in the B2C sector, businesses are finding the need to provide B2B customers with the same opportunities for quick and easy access to products outside of the typical 9 to 5. But how do industrial distributors leverage their existing sales force and service capabilities in order to provide an e-Commerce platform that creates an advantage in a competitive market?
For discussion on what matters most to our industry … speakers that will educate and inform you on ways to improve your business practices … and networking opportunities like no other … it all happens at The MFG Meeting 2013.
Lean manufacturing is a staple of most major industrial operations today, with companies of all types using time-tested methods to cut waste and reinforce the bottom line through “continuous improvement.” Even though the practice is nearly ubiquitous, it too is undergoing constant innovation to tackle some of the uniquely 21st Century manufacturing problems.
This is a self-paced learning course designed to assist and educate individuals that are looking for a career in the Steam Boiler operations field. The course is geared for various levels of knowledge bases. Whether you are just starting out or you have been in the industry for many years this course is for you. In addition the individual will gain the knowledge and understanding of the High Pressure Steam boiler industry.
Manufacturing Day has been scheduled for Friday, Oct. 4, 2013. Manufacturers, educational institutions and others are encouraged to host events that will highlight the importance of manufacturing to the nation’s economy and draw attention to the many rewarding high-skill jobs in manufacturing fields.
As equipment investments become more complex and the industrial workforce ages, manufacturers face skill gaps relative to their equipment maintenance. This webinar will focus on preparing your current and future workforce for the long-term maintenance requirements of industrial manufacturing.
This training is intended to provide facility personnel with the knowledge to differentiate between several popular problem solving methodologies. They will learn why each method was created, when each method should be applied, and how to solve a real life problem using each method.
Where do you start in an analysis and how do you streamline and manage this process? Beat 'paralysis by analysis' with this valuable webinar where you will learn RCI's proven methods and tools that work