Modern Machine Tool Diagnostics: The Importance and Benefits of Keeping Your Equipment Calibrated
October 26 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Please join CCAT and Renishaw for an in-person training class at the Advanced Technology Center, 409 Silver Lane, East Hartford, CT.
Machine tool diagnostics have existed since the start of the machine tool industry but the methods commonly used to diagnose machine tool errors have not evolved with the complexity of machine tool technology. Many assumptions are made about machine tool performance but the true impact to production is rarely determined, often underestimated, and ultimately corrected only when disaster strikes. Modern machine tool diagnostics aims to put you in control of your machine tool accuracy, part quality, and production efficiency by bringing awareness to machine tool conditions that relate to the critical alignments and performance of todays advanced machine tool systems.
• The importance of machine tool diagnostics and how they can improve your manufacturing.
• Basics of machine tool metrology and how to relate machine errors to part errors.
• What tools are available today for modern machine tool diagnostics.
Target audience: Manufacturing Engineer, Production Planner and Maintenance Engineer/Technician
Registration for this training is required. This training will require a minimum of two attendees to run.
CCAT’s Advanced Technology Center (ATC) is located at the Raytheon Technologies Research Center which is adjacent to The Pratt & Whitney Campus at 409 Silver Lane, East Hartford, CT. CCAT is an export control facility and all visitors at CCAT’s Advanced Technology Center will be required to sign in and present proof of citizenship. Acceptable forms for identification include a verified license/ID, passport, green card, or birth certificate. Visitors who are citizens of an embargoed country and do not have a valid US Green Card will not be permitted in the facility. CCAT follows all current CDC, State of Connecticut and Town of East Hartford, CT COVID protocols and masks are required.
Money for Manufacturing is available for eligible CT manufacturers through two different grant programs funded by the CT Department of Economic and Community Development and administered by CCAT. The IoT Integration Voucher Program can provide up to $20,000 to assist you with the implementation of Industry 4.0 solutions.
Interested in additional workshops and trainings? See our upcoming opportunities for manufacturers.