What Does the Future Hold for Automating In-Line Metrology?

Hexagon

Overview

Date: Thursday, June 18, 2020
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour


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Summary

The perfect part. The Holy Grail of manufacturing today is to produce parts with absolutely no quality defects, zero scrap rate, and no time required for change over to new product builds when required. This basic driving force behind manufacturing has now transformed into Industry 4.0 concepts, such as embedded or in-line quality and measurement systems. Join us for a webinar to look over what some of these concepts look like today and where are we going in the not so distant future with the automation of in-line metrology.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How automated in-line metrology moved forward in recent years
  • What obstacles are there to overcome?
  • What can we anticipate in this area over the next 5-10 years?




Scott Everling
Product/Business Development Manager
Hexagon Integrated Solutions


Scott Everling drives the creation of new measurement solutions through integration and automation of Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence’s core products. This portfolio includes coordinate measurement machine (CMM) technology, laser tracker and white light (WLS) solutions that integrate with machine tools, robots, and within other automated environments. Scott has worked in the Metrology industry for more than two decades, solving precision manufacturing measurement problems in a wide variety of industries. His background includes several years chasing precision at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, as well as operating a measurement consulting and programming firm concentrating on Automotive and Aerospace powertrain applications. Scott holds a mechanical engineering degree from Cornell University.




Jim Petrizzi
Product Line Manage
Hexagon Integrated Solutions


Jim is a systems engineer by training with master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Connecticut. Jim has designed systems for power management, jet engine control, vibration control, and submarine control. Jim has managed the development of real estate lock box systems, container security devices, headsets and intercoms, infrared binoculars, ecommerce systems, and even a device for extracting teeth. Most recently Jim’s automation and metrology experience include managing a $100M automation and inspection program for DWFritz in Wilsonville, OR and managing the development of automation and inspections systems for Andrews-Cooper in Corvallis, Oregon.
Jim is a certified Scrum Master, Scrum Product Owner, and Six Sigma Master Black Belt. Jim has created development process and improved development processes in a number of businesses.
Jim’s volunteer activities include the Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue budget committee and coaching baseball.
Jim is an avid runner and hiker. Both Jim and his wife, Jennifer, ride Harley Sportsters.