The Art of Change-Over

November 08

“Time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” ~Andy Warhol 
We have all heard the phrase WORK SMARTER, NOT HARDER. Makes sense, right? Why should that not apply to your machines as well? 
As manufacturing continues to transition from the mass production of conventional parts to the manufacture of complex high-value components, precision workholding and change-over has assumed increased importance. 

Primary Topics: 
• Quick-change workholding technology 
• Maximize production capability 
• Increase profits 

Presenter: Tom Buraczewski 
Tom has 35 years of experience in the machinery and metal cutting fields, beginning as a manual machinist machining precision components in brass, alum, steel and stainless steel. He designed and built fixturing and tooling for various applications for turning, milling and grinding. Tom determined appropriate workholding, tooling and processes for numerous machining applications. 

Scientific Instruments, Inc, - 20+ years as Owner and Manufacturing Manager producing measurement instrumentation. 

SKF Gilman, Business Development Manager - provided machine componentry, (Spindles and Slides), to specialty metal cutting machine builders. 

HAINBUCH America, Midwest Regional Sales Manager. Work with customers in various fields, medical, automotive, aerospace to design and implement workholding solutions based on both standard product and custom, part and machine specific machining applications.


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