Web Handling and Vision for Automation Solutions
This seminar is complimentary to our Guests.
Wednesday, October 25th, 2017
8:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Owens Design, 47427 Fremont Blvd., Fremont, CA | Map It
Integrating vision inspection with web handling technology is a must for precision processing equipment where defects can significantly impact productivity and yields. Examples include damage from handling of thin, sensitive materials, and gross and fine pattern defects on laminates and films.
In this seminar we have invited several speakers who are intimately familiar with equipment development of automated equipment based web handling and machine vision. Our first speaker, Charles Tilford, will share some of the fundamentals of web handling design considerations. Our next speakers, John Sklarz and Adam Hershman, will share their knowledge of vision applications in automated web handling systems and factors that impact successful implementation.
Do you need answers to web handling challenges? Do you need to better understand vision based automation? Or do you just want to learn more? If so, please join us for our seminar that will focus on automation to enhance 3D packaging.
Who should attend?
- Design Engineers
- Engineering Management
- Application Engineers
- Manufacturing Engineers
- Quality Managers
- Product & Ops Managers
Part 1: Best Practices Web Handling Design
- What are some of the challenges with Web Handling Systems
- Do and Don’ts
- Example from case studies
Part 2: Vision System Technologies for Web Handling, Laminating
- Problem Statements
- Customer Challenge
- Technologies Overview
- Implementation of solution
- Case studies
Mr. Tilford brings decades of experience in designing, building, diagnosing and modifying industrial winding systems in air and under vacuum. He has taken several designs from small lab to large machines that are currently in 24/7 production environment. He currently is the Owner/Principal of Tilford Engineering in Castro Valley.
Mr. Sklarz is the Regional Product Sales Director at Keyence. With over 12 years of experience implementing vision solutions John leads a team of vision representatives at Keyence Corporation of America. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia.
Adam’s career at Keyence spans 13 years, focused on machine vision. Currently in Sales and Business Development, his roles have taken him across the US and Overseas, working with customers to successfully implement machine vision across countless manufacturing processes.
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