Overcoming Manufacturing Challenges: Legacy Parts, Spare Parts and Part Inspection

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 Online 10:00 AM EST

There will always be challenges to overcome in business, and manufacturing is no different. The trick is being able to leverage new technology and techniques that not only prevent future challenges but can solve your existing ones as well. Specifically, let’s take a closer look at solving common problems regarding part production.

Join us on Wednesday, November 17th at 10:00am EST for our upcoming webinar, as TriMech Additive Manufacturing Application Engineer, Dennis Barnum, talks about various part-related manufacturing challenges we are all familiar with (like trying to source a part from a supplier that no longer exists or won’t have it ready for you any time soon) and how newer technologies can be applied to solve them. Dennis will also highlight how some of these technologies can be “stacked” to create an efficient engineering workflow and increase overall efficiency and productivity.

In this webinar, Dennis will cover:

  • Common manufacturing problems
  • How Covid has exacerbated supply chain and logistics issues
  • Ways to resurrect old CAD files or hand-drafted models
  • How to ensure quality, accuracy, and precision with just a few clicks
  • How to get ahead of the curve with inventory and sourcing parts

Speaker: 

Dennis Barnum
Application Engineer

Dennis graduated from the University of Rhode Island in May 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, a minor in Nuclear Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. Immediately after graduation he took a position as a mechanical engineer in industrial manufacturing equipment. Since then, he joined the TriMech team in January 2020 as the new hardware Application Engineer out of the Middletown, CT office.

Date and Time

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

10:00 AM EST

Location

Online

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