EAST GREENBUSH, N.Y., June 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Who: GlobalSpec, the leading specialized vertical search, information services, e-publishing and online events company serving the engineering, technical and industrial communities.
What: GlobalSpec Online Trade Shows & Events are one-day, live and interactive sessions that connect a worldwide community of suppliers and distributors with their target market of engineering, technical and industrial professionals. At this free online event, attendees will learn about the latest developments in metal cutting and forming, CNC programming and controls, and tooling and fixturing. By attending this highly interactive event from the convenience of their desktops, participants will gain knowledge by interacting with leading suppliers and hearing from industry experts during educational sessions. Attendees can also interact with exhibitors, network with peers, attend educational sessions and discover solutions to design products that are easier and more affordable to produce, offer higher quality and reliability, and reduce end-user costs.
When: Wednesday, June 6, 2012, 11:30 AM EDT- 5:00 PM EDT (8:30 AM – 2:00 PM PDT)
- Visit the Exhibit Hall, chat with booth representatives.
- Visit the Knowledge Exchange to interact with other attendees and learn about new technology and products.
- Visit the Resource Center and download materials.
Where: Free registration online at http://bit.ly/K0VDKS.
11:45 PM - 12:45 PM EDT (8:45 AM - 9:45 AM PDT)
Molding in Value and Performance via Powder Metallurgy
The objective of every design effort is to achieve efficient fit, form and function. The chief advantage of powder metallurgy in reaching this goal is derived from its economical and efficient shape-forming capabilities. Appreciating the powder metallurgy process and its shape-forming and mechanical performance capabilities opens the door to wide range of successful component design applications.
Presented by James R. Dale, Vice President of Member and Industry Relations, Metal Powder Industries Federation
12:45 PM – 1:45 PM EDT (9:45 AM – 10:45 AM PDT)
Connecting Manufacturing & Design
With the right approach to interoperability, and a communication standard tailored to the environment, the manufacturing technology industry can mirror the success of the information technology industry, where common, open industry standards are used to design hardware and software that enable different manufacturers' products to work with each other. This presentation will explore the ways in which MTConnect, an open, royalty-free communication standard, can bring end-to-end interoperability to the manufacturing environment.
Presented by Dave Edstrom, President and Chairman of the Board, MTConnect Institute
1:45 PM – 2:30 PM EDT (10:45 AM – 11:30 AM PDT)
Micro Machining Ultra Precision Dust-Speck-Size Parts and Features
Medical, aerospace, energy, and electronics markets require tinier, less invasive, and/or space-saving micro devices. The tiniest parts in an assembly are often the ones that enable the device's primary function, but are also the components most likely to pose manufacturing, handling, and assembly challenges. These products require customized, integrated, and automated solutions to ensure their success out of the gate. This presentation provides an overview of the advances in micro machining and assembly technology relating to these micro devices.
Presented by Donna Bibber, Micro Engineering Expert, Micro Engineering Solutions, LLC
2:30 PM – 3:00 PM EDT (11:30 AM – 12:00 AM PDT)
Waterjet Cutting Systems—Pumps, Pressures and Applications
Waterjet cutting is the world's fastest growing manufacturing technology. Learn about the types of pumps that are at the heart of this technology—how they operate, their relative capabilities and limitations, their range of pressure output and how to select the right pump for your waterjet cutting application.
Presented by Laird Parry, Senior Applications Engineer, OMAX Corporation, Kent, WA, USA
3:00 PM – 3:30 PM EDT (12:00 PM – 12:30 PM PDT)
The Green Side of Cryogenic Processing
Metal tempering techniques have long been employed to extend the useful life of tools and parts through the realignment of molecular structures. This presentation explains how using ultra-low temperatures in a computer-controlled process can produce dramatic results in abrasive wear resistance, tensile strength and durability. By extending the life of metal tools and parts, the carbon footprint of any business can be reduced.
Presented by Peter Paulin, CEO, 300 Below Inc.
About GlobalSpec, Inc.
GlobalSpec, Inc. is the leading provider of digital media solutions designed to connect industrial marketers with their target audience of engineering, technical, industrial, scientific and manufacturing sector professionals. GlobalSpec provides its registered users with a domain-expert search engine to search more than 50,000 supplier catalogs by specification, a broad range of proprietary and aggregated Web-based content, over 15 annual online events, and more than 70 e-newsletters - helping them search for and locate products and services, learn about suppliers and access comprehensive technical content. For suppliers, GlobalSpec helps generate awareness, demand and engagement opportunities among the professionals they are looking to reach – from inbox to desktop, through networks and via real-time engagement.
GlobalSpec, SpecSearch, The Engineering Search Engine and The Engineering Web are registered trademarks of GlobalSpec, Inc.
Contact: Amber Devin
Director, Marketing Communications
Tel: 518.880.0200 ext. 5338
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