Cincinnati, OH – March 23-25, 2010 – This seminar will provide in-depth understanding of machine tool positioning accuracy (metrology) and its impact on manufacturing process capability and on-machine measurement. The three day session, March 23-25, 2010 in Cincinnati, OH, is presented in cooperation with TechSolve, a team of business experts, engineers and scientists working with a wide spectrum of organizations to help them achieve top-line growth, bottom-line savings and improved profitability. Through lecture and hands-on demonstrations, methods required to measure and evaluate machine tool performance are presented in simple, straightforward modules.
The course is recommended for manufacturing managers, manufacturing engineers and technicians wishing to improve machine tool productivity, process diagnostics, and implementing on-machine measurement. Topics covered will provide the basis for determining machine performance requirements and purchase specifications.
Anyone interested in learning how machine tool accuracy impacts productivity will benefit from this comprehensive and demystifying course. Machine tool metrology is often overlooked in today’s manufacturing environment. However, state of the art manufacturers have learned that machine tool performance is often the root cause of many part quality issues and hidden costs. If you have issues involving part failure due to a few critical feature tolerances or part quality changes from day to day or machine to machine, frequently changing machine offsets, etc., then how machine performance impacts part tolerance is something you need to understand.
For seminar registration, contact Charlotte Gardiner 1-866-549-2920 or visit http://www.iqlinc.com/training/mtm101.htm