Seminars

Seminars 2017-10-07T14:16:13+00:00

Seminar Schedule WITS – Wichita Industrial Trade Show

One of the reasons we have the WITS Show is for the exchange of ideas. In the past, we have had speakers on a variety of subjects who are very knowledgeable. It is a good place to see the future and get your questions answered. We have (2) rooms available for these seminars. All seminars are free.

 

Seminar Schedule WITS – Wichita Industrial Trade Show

TUESDAY

1:30 pm  Room 101A  Tues Oct 17

3D INFOTECH, Inc.

Universal Metrology Automation – Presenter – Paul Oberle 

Traditional quality assurance is a cost center requiring labor intensive manual effort to implement complex methodologies to enforce and achieve production goals. Universal Metrology Automation uniquely allows you to rapidly unify best in-class technology that inspects parts on the production line with ease and speed – allowing your organization to gain real-time production intelligence that improves the manufacturing process, reduces time to market, and mitigates scrap. We will review two different case studies in addition to understand the simplicity of the solution.

Universal Metrology Automation 

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3:00 pm  Room 101A Tues. Oct. 17

CATI

3D Printing – What’s New – Desktop Metal & Stratasys, including applications/materials – Presenter – Mark Abshire

*Join Computer Aided Technology’s Sr. Application Engineer Mark Abshire as the latest solutions from Desktop Metal (office friendly Metal 3D Printing) & Stratasys are highlighted.

 

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4:30 pm Room 101A Tues. Oct. 17  

MITSUI SEIKI

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4:30 pm  Room 101B  Tues. Oct. 17

CLIFTON LARSEN ALLEN

“R&D Credit:  How your Manufacturing Operations Can Qualify”    Presented by Blaine Adams, CPA

Manufacturing and high tech companies may be eligible for R&D tax credits.  Learn if your company is eligible and how you can reduce your tax liability.

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WEDNESDAY

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12:00 noon Room 101B Wed. Oct. 18

CLIFTON LARSEN ALLEN

“R&D Credit:  How your Manufacturing Operations Can Qualify”    Presented by Blaine Adams, CPA

Manufacturing and high tech companies may be eligible for R&D tax credits.  Learn if your company is eligible and how you can reduce your tax liability.

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1:30 pm Room 101A  Wed. Oct. 18

CATI

Creaform Handheld 3D Scanning – Reverse Engineering & Inspection applications – Presenter –  Chad Whitbeck

Join Computer Aided Technology’s Application Engineer Chad Whitbeck as he demonstrates how 3D Scanning is applied to your organization’s Engineering & Quality environments.

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1:30 pm Room 101B  Wed. Oct. 18

MITSUI SEIKI

 

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3:00 pm  Room 101B  Wed Oct 18

3D INFOTECH, Inc.

Universal Metrology Automation – Presenter – Paul Oberle 

Traditional quality assurance is a cost center requiring labor intensive manual effort to implement complex methodologies to enforce and achieve production goals. Universal Metrology Automation uniquely allows you to rapidly unify best in-class technology that inspects parts on the production line with ease and speed – allowing your organization to gain real-time production intelligence that improves the manufacturing process, reduces time to market, and mitigates scrap. We will review two different case studies in addition to understand the simplicity of the solution.

 Universal Metrology Automation