Misumi USA, Inc. announced that it will offer a series of free technical seminars on the value of specifying configurable components to engineering professionals attending the 2010 ATX West show in Anaheim.
The seminar entitled “Designing a Better Machine Faster With the Configurable Component” will be repeated on each day of the show from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Misumi’s Hospitality Suite, Meeting Room 201B and C, in the Anaheim Convention Center. In addition to the morning seminar, Misumi engineers will feature brief technical presentations every afternoon as well. Complimentary refreshments will be offered.
Leading the seminars are Misumi USA’s Engineering Manager Chris Blaszczyk, noted author and mechanical engineer, and Mike Melone, also a Misumi mechanical engineer and author of numerous articles for the product design and development industry press.
According to Blaszczyk, the Configuration Tech Seminar is designed to help engineers overcome the time and performance pressures they typically experience during machine design/builds. “Our goal is to demonstrate through real-world examples and targeted exercises how the process can be streamlined with a practical, cost-effective approach that boosts engineering efficiency and productivity. Attendees will discover how incorporating configurable components can save significant time and costs by minimizing reliance on custom-made parts.”
Those interested in attending Misumi’s free Configuration Tech Seminar during the ATX West Show can register now at our Website www.misumiusa.com and will receive a free white paper download.
MISUMI USA, Inc.
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