March 2022 NFPA/FPIC/AMT Quarterly Conference
March 3, 2022 | 8:00am– 12:00pm (Eastern Time)*
In-Person and Virtual Delivery
Registration is now open for the March NFPA/FPIC Quarterly Conference. The upcoming conference will take place March 3, 2022 and will be held jointly with the Association for Manufacturing Technology. The conference focus is advanced manufacturing technologies for fluid power components and systems. Presentations will be broadcast virtually over Remo to both a virtual audience as well as an in-person audience at the Hilton Garden Inn Troy/Detroit in Troy, Michigan.
Sessions will include:
- “Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) for Improving Materials Performance, Light Weighting and Increased Power Density in the Fluid Power Industry“ | Jeff Grabowski; Manager of Business Development – QuesTek Innovations, LLC.
- “Manufacturing Automation: When and How to Introduce Automation into Your Shop” | John Tuohy; National Accounts Manager-Machine Tool, Authorized Systems Integrator Network – FANUC America
- “Increasing Production Speeds While Maintaining Quality” | Chris Davala; Principal Engineer – Okuma America Corp.
**This event costs $25 for NFPA, FPIC and AMT members. Non-members are welcome to attend but will be charged a $125 fee upon registration.
*The in-person event will feature a networking breakfast at 8:00am EST with presentations starting at 9:00am EST. The virtual event starts at 9:00am EST.
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