It's thanks to the initial grant funding and the encouragement of the CCAT staff that we were able to push through the early challenges and deliver our award-winning GPS Pro to market. The resources available to us as part of the CCAT Incubator Program have enabled us to move out of the basement and into a real office.
- John Cunningham
CEO & president of Bad Elf
AME Webinar - What We Have Learned from Lean Startups - webinar explains in a straightforward way how lean startup methodologies work and the top three approaches - more info & registration: http://www.ame.org/events/webinar-what-we-have-learned-lean-startups
UTC Additive Manufacturing Conference
Second annual UTC Additive Manufacturing Conference featuring state of the art developments across the industry, networking with experts from around the world, and exposition of additive manufacturing machine OEMs and service providers.
NX 9 Turning Applications Workshop
This course provides essential Turning training for individuals who are responsible for developing NC programs for lathes and mill‐turn machine tools. Knowledge of programming lathes and or mill turns is not required but basic turning machining knowledge is required. Upon completion of this course, accomplished Turning programmers will have the abilities to create and modify turning and mill turn programs. The pace and topics of this course have been carefully planned specifically for the experienced NC programmer.
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Connecticut Space Grant College Consortium Career & Grants Expo
Engineering, aeronautics/aerospace and STEM-based companies and college students and faculty are invited to the Connecticut Space Grant College Consortium's Annual Career and Grants Expo on Friday, September 26 from 2-4p.m. at the Pratt & Whitney Museum Hangar, 482 Airport Ave., East Hartford, CT.
Learn about funded student internships, research collaboration opportunities, and network with Connecticut collegiate affiliates from 12 universities and 6 community colleges at this unique event. The featured guest speaker will be Rachel Manzer, award designee of the 2014 national A. Scott Crossfield Aerospace Educator of the Year Award and recipient of the 2014 Connecticut Science Fellowship Award presented by the Connecticut Science Teacher's Association. Manzer is a STEM Coach at the Annie Fisher STEM Magnet School in Hartford, Conn. and is one of seven teachers from across the country selected to fly into space on commercial spacecraft.
For details, email CTSPGRANT@HARTFORD.EDU or call 860.768.4813.
A Success Story at GE Aviation
Attendees will participate in a session about GE Aviation one of the premier names in the aircraft parts manufacturing space and their journey to consolidate Quality systems into one comprehensive scalable system.
The Western Massachusetts Chapter of the NTMA invites you to attend Oktoberfest Cruise Night hosted by Advance Welding.
NX 9 Manufacturing Customization
This course is intended to provide CAM customization options to the NC programmer. This class will show the user how to get the most usage out of NX by introducing the user to topics that allow the NX system to be automated to a much higher level.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Lean Tour
Tewksbury, MA - This is a unique opportunity to tour Thermo Fisher Scientific’s “Center of Excellence.” Participants will be able to see and hear about how this lean transformation has taken place over the past several years, directly from the employees who have made it happen. Tour highlights include: Daily Management Boards, 5S and Visual Controls, GEMBA Walks, PPI, CAS (Customer Allegiance Score) and VOMI/Kanban. - more info & registration: http://www.ame.org/events/thermo-fisher-scientific-lean-tour
Advanced Shop Floor Management Technology
This presentation will detail how discrete manufacturing industries in the Automotive, Aerospace, and Medical sectors were able to drive shop floor productivity gains by adopting the right shop floor management principles and supporting technology.
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ISO 9001:2015 Workshop
This half day overview program presents enough information to understand the new material, its flexibilities, and its challenges. It is the policy of the International Organization for Standardization to review every Standard for revision needs about every 5 years. ISO 9001 is now in that process and the Committee Draft (CD) was published on June 3, 2013.
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Tool Management Workshop
Experience hands‐on high‐performance tool management solutions for an efficient manufacturing process live during this half day workshop.
NCSIMUL Machine Seminar
NCSIMUL Machine is considered the most advanced CNC realistic machine simulation solution for simulating, verifying, optimizing, and reviewing machining programs based on the real characteristics of an NC machine (machining, drilling, riveting).
CAMWorks Overview Workshop
In this session we will be overviewing the CAMWorks software package for CNC programming. CAMWorks is the original "Gold Partner" CAM module recommended by SolidWorks for their users.