How to Gain Productivity Improvements with Existing Foundry Equipment

How to Gain Productivity Improvements with Existing Foundry Equipment

Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/11/2018
3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Location
Green Mill/Best Western Plus
2705 Annapolis Ln N
Plymouth, Minnesota 55441


AFS Twin Cities Chapter welcomes Greg Currie, Director of Sales for Quint Systems, to the monthly meeting on Tuesday September 11th, 2018 at the Green Mill in Plymouth, Minnesota with the Social beginning at 3:00pm. Greg’s presentation on “How to Gain Productivity Improvements with Existing Foundry Equipment” will begin at 4:15pm.

** Note this is a location change from previous meetings.

About the Speaker… Greg is currently the Director of Sales for Quint Systems, Waterloo, ON Canada. He brings close to 30 years of controls and automation knowledge and has extensive experience managing such capital projects within the Foundry environment. He is an Electronic Engineering Technologist by trade and has a long association with American Foundry Society (AFS). His career began at Dayton Walther in 1985 as a Quality Control Inspector for the Truck Iron Brake Drum Casting facility. In 1989 Greg joined Sutherland Schultz which later became Brock Solutions and for 22 years provided several controls and automation system including the development of the Brock Matchplate Molding Machine (similar to a Hunter Molding Machine). In 2012, Greg left Brock Solutions to start Quint Systems with continued focus on serving the Foundry Industry.

About the Topic… “How to Gain Productivity Improvements with Existing Foundry Equipment”: The many control solutions provided for Production Equipment in the past have improved the performance of manufacturing equipment by Increasing Reliability, Efficiency and Improved Product Quality resulting in operational savings and financial performance improvements for our customers. In an ever changing economic environment coupled with the demands of customers, foundries throughout North America must continually improve operational performance to remain both competitive and viable. Control system upgrades of machines within foundries can provide significant improvements in productivity and reliability at the fraction of cost of new equipment. This presentation will outline a road map to success for these control upgrades including case studies for the following: · Matchplate Molding Machine Control Upgrade · Cope and Drag Molding Line Control Upgrade · Casting Tracking System · Furnace Charging Paperless Reporting System Upgrade

Join AFS Twin Cities Chapter and learn about how to gain productivity improvements with existing foundry equipment.

Schedule…

3:00pm      Social Hour – Cash Bar & Hors d’oeuvres

4:15pm      Presentation – “How to Gain Productivity Improvements with Exisiting Foundry Equipment”

5:00pm      Speaker Gifts & Announcements

Register below by September 7th at 12:00pm

 

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