Destiny of Manufacturing Podcast by Longevity Industries

Destiny of Manufacturing Podcast by Longevity Industries

Destiny of manufacturing podcast focused on Manufacturing and Manufacturing Technologies. This Educational podcast provides insight from the top leaders of industry and technology. Focused on a 5 year look into the Destiny and Future of Manufacturing. These include Smart Mfg, Stem, Additive Mfg, Stamping, Fabricating, Welding and more. Dean Phillips is your Host.... Show More

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August 31, 2020 29 min

Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0323- Shamoon Siddiqui - Rowan Univ
Shamoon presents his 5 year look into the future, he gives us an insight from the artificial intelligence perspective of which he is an expert.

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0322 - Allison Grealis is founder and president of the Women in Manufacturing® Association (WiM) & WiM Education Foundation
Former VP assoc svs for the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA),
2018 Crain’s Cleveland Business’ Women of Note
Community Advisory Board and Outreach Committee of the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women of Case Western Reserve University.
Grealis earned her Bachelor of Arts...

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0321 - Rick Neff - Rick Neff LLC

Rick Neff is a Consultant in Innovation, Additive Manufacturing, Laser systems and Marketing. He is a Lehigh Engineer with over 40 years of sales, marketing and business development success. He is responsible for the commercialization of a new category of large-scale 3D printing systems, impacting the automotive, plastics and composite industries. This technology has rece...

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0320 - TJ Tennent

Mr. Tennent has been designing, developing and working with tires for over 20 years. During the Ford/Firestone ATX recall he analyzed and reported on over 300,000 tires! 

As the engineering manager he worked as the technical liaison for the Bridgestone Firestone legal team and as an expert witness during depositions and court cases. For the larger litigation cases, he was sent out as a ...

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0319 - Audie Penn - Audie Penn Consulting
Principal Consultant and Operating Executive, Audie Penn has
over 30 years of experience in manufacturing industries including
Heavy Equipment (20 years), Food (8 years), and Building Materials (6 years)

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP-0317 Terry Wohlers - Wohlers Associates

Terry Wohlers is principal consultant and president of Wohlers Associates, Inc., a company he founded 33 years ago. Through this company, he and his team have provided consulting assistance to more than 275 organizations in 27 countries. Wohlers has authored more than 425 books, articles, and technical papers and has given 160 keynote presentations on six continent...

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP-0316 Mark Lohmeier - Fanuc

Mark Lohmeier: FANUC America Automotive Program Manager – US & Canada.

As the FANUC America Automotive Program Manager, Mark is the FANUC focal to accounts such as Honda, Toyota, Nissan, Hyundai and Kia promoting FANUC products on all types of applications. Mark’s 40+ years in the machine tool industry gives him the background, experience, and product knowledge to help ...

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP-0315 Matt Garbarino - CI Cincinnati Incorporated

Matt Garbarino has worked with Cincinnati Incorporated for 15 years as a Sales Engineer, Product Specialist, Product Manager, and now the Director of Marketing Communications. His entire career has been in metal fabrication and manufacturing and has worked in the machine tool, software, and e-commerce industries and is a past entrepreneur. Matt has been in...

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Destiny of Manufacturing Ep 0318 David Klotz - PMA Covid19 Support

pma.org click on corona virus support

 

David C. Klotz, President, Precision Metalforming Association.  

An active PMA member for 25 years, Klotz is already well known within the association.   He comes to PMA after serving as president and as

Executive vice president of sales and marketing for Tebis America

Senior manager of Plex (formerly Plex Systems, Inc.) Autom...

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0314 Vincent Howell - Corning LCD

Cybersecurity and protecting the IP "Crown Jewels"

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0313 - Matt McLelland- Covenant Transport

Matt is the Innovation Strategist for Covenant Transport Svs

After working exclusively in the world of IT for 21 years, Matt now focuses on new technology and innovation. This role requires focus on emerging technology and value added services for Covenant. 

This means exploring new technologies like Autonomous, AI, IoT and much more

 

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Lee Ellard is the National Sales Manager for Stamtec Presses

Lee provides his professional insight into the future of manufacturing and how automation will impact Metalforming and also our Workforce Challenges!

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0311 Bob Southwell - Aida

Bob Southwell was recently promoted as Executive Vice President , Bob has been with Aida since 1998 after his departure from CNB (Niagara Machine and Tool Works)

Bob graduated from RIT

In this episode Bob talks about the shift in technology and expanding uses for Servo Presses as the Industry adopts new tooling to better utilize the Servo Press

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Danny Schaeffler is president of Engineering Quality Solutions and Chief Content Officer of 4M Partners.  Danny writes Metalforming Magazine’s monthly Science of Forming column, and is the Metallurgy and Forming Technical Editor for the next release of the AHSS Applications Guidelines from WorldAutoSteel.       https://www.EQSgroup.com/ https://www.Learning4M.com/ https://www.MetalFormingMagazine.com/ https://www.WorldAutoStee...
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Will Healy , podcast 2
Will Healy III is enthusiastic about smart manufacturing & STEM. A Purdue University mechanical engineer who loves sharing his passion for automation, Will is a leader at Balluff and Advanced Manufacturing Industry Partnership (AMIP). He speaks from experience about the industrial revolution, manufacturing skills gap, and the value of automation.

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Mick McCarty U of Memphis

Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0308 - Mick McCarty U of Memphis

My name is Mick McCarty, I am a senior in Engineering Technology at the University of Memphis with a graduation date set for May 2020. I was born and raised here in the great city of Memphis, Tn and look forward to every opportunity it has to provide. I love pursuing a diverse skill set and have a passion for lifelong learning. I am currently a A...

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0307 - Dwight Newsome U of Memphis

Discusses what employers should expect from employees and what the top prospects in engineering expect. This is very insightful for manufacturers trying to make sure their package is something that will attract tomorrows engineers

 

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0306 - Houston Paul - U of Memphis

Discusses what employers should expect from employees and what the top prospects in engineering expect. This is very insightful for manufacturers trying to make sure their package is something that will attract tomorrows engineers

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0305 - John Sievers U of Memphis

Discusses what employers should expect from employees and what the top prospects in engineering expect. This is very insightful for manufacturers trying to make sure their package is something that will attract tomorrows engineers

 

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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0304- cedric daniels University of Memphis
Discusses what employers should expect from employees and what the top prospects in engineering expect. This is very insightful for manufacturers trying to make sure their package is something that will attract tomorrows engineers

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