A misaligned machine or worse, an entire production line that is out of alignment, is a costly proposition. The costs add up quickly, starting with defective parts or assemblies that require rework, possibly escalating to a situation that results in your expensive capital equipment breaking down. That’s why OASIS Alignment Services and Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence have partnered to show you how machine alignment drives increased operating efficiency and profitability gains.
In this presentation, Hubert Meagher, OASIS Director of Metrology Services, discusses how customers across all industries benefit from an optimally aligned manufacturing process and how metrology raises the bar for alignment solutions providers. Mr. Meagher details:
- How OASIS standardised operations on two Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence products: Leica Absolute Trackers and ROMER Absolute Arms
- How they use trackers and arms to help customers achieve peak operating efficiency
- What alignment is and how it brings value to your customers
- How the combination of know-how and sophisticated systems helps your manufacturers achieve a significant improvement in throughput and profitability
Joel Martin serves as the Laser Tracker Product Manager for Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence. Martin has spent nearly 20 years dedicated to the Leica laser tracker product line and the industrial metrology market. He entered the profession as an Applications Engineer after his university studies in Electrical Engineering. He worked hands-on with clients to ensure successful product integration into industries such as automotive, aerospace and more. Martin transitioned into other roles in sales and key account management.
Promoted to Product Manager, Joel focused on new product development working closely with the technical staff at the Leica factory headquarters in Unterentfelden, Switzerland.
Martin is currently responsible for new business development of the Leica Absolute laser tracker product line into emerging and growing markets. He leads product development with a market- driven mindset focused on features, benefits, and solutions that satisfy end user requirements.
Joel has published multiple white papers on the use of laser trackers, metrology-assisted applications, and automation. He has presented internationally on the topic of laser trackers and how they apply to industry. Much of his recent work has been focused on how metrology applies to factory automation. Martin is the co-author of the patent for PowerLock, an innovative vision technology that greatly advanced the usability of laser tracker technology.