Check Fixturing Stalling You Out?

by Don Manfredi on May 15, 2017 From Industry Focus
ISBU-Webinar-Blog

Today’s advanced manufacturers are reshaping their processes for greater speed and agility. With rising backlogs and changing customer demands, it is the fast who eat the slow in the automotive supply chain. If you missed our recent webinar on How to Outperform Automotive Check Fixturing with Automated Non-Contact Measurement, the presentation is now available for replay. By viewing the webinar, manufacturers will learn how they can use their Manufacturing 4.0 data to generate more speed and agility, shorten product development, save money and increase product quality. From an automation viewpoint, manufacturers will learn how to utilize flexible scanning solutions as a productivity tool to enable digital builds and validation processes for automotive closures, including door systems, tailgate, deck lid and hood applications.

By watching the replay of the How to Outperform Automotive Check Fixturing with Automated Non-Contact Measurement webinar, you will benefit by:

  • Learning to recognize the basics of when to automate a process
  • Exploring the power and value of digital metrology
  • Discovering the key qualities to look for in an automation and manufacturing intelligence supplier

Don Manfredi

Don Manfredi is the Integrated Solutions Business Unit Business Development Lead at Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence. In this role, Manfredi is responsible for the strategic management, sales, product development and marketing for automated measurement solutions. In addition to his role at Hexagon, Manfredi is an Adjunct Professor at the Lawrence Technological University's College of Management, where he teaches a range of marketing, sales and management courses. 

Manfredi also has vast experience of the automotive industry and automation, having served in executive positions with organizations such as Trumble, Inc., Roush Performance Products, Coherix, and VRSI. He holds a Bachelors in Communications from Michigan State University, and a Masters in Business Administration from Lawrence Technical University.