SME MANUFACTURING, SPOKANE, WASHINGTON CHAPTER 248

November 15, 2013

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SME Chapter 248 and the SME Machining/Material Removal makes a series of Gemba factory floor videos of machining operations at this Spokane WA machine shop

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  1. 1. SME MANUFACTURING, SPOKANE, WASHINGTON CHAPTER 248 November 15, 2013 Professional Networking for Manufacturing, Engineering, Production, Business and Lean Leaders... Listen to John A. Dunlop, Program manager at KeytronicsEMS "Spokane's SME organization is exceptional. The leadership is dedicated to the cause and past leaders remain involved to ensure that the contacts and traditions of the organization continue. Traditions include nearly monthly tours of local manufacturing companies to learn best in class production and Lean techniques. The group also spon(Spokane, WA) Behind the scenes — SME248 Volunteers shoot factory floor “gemba” style educational videos at the MacKay Manu- sors a student paper night that offers facturing in Spokane, WA. On September 25, SME volunteer members did a video shoot at MacKay Manufacturing located in Spoboth contacts and awards. This is certainly the premier manufacturing and kane Washington. Participating were Katie MacKay Vice President and Greg Meyer CNC Supervisor, Glenn Coker, CNC Machinist engineering organization in Spokane." Bruce Felt from Video Marketing Services, Terrence Geyer, the 2012 SME Chapter 248 chair from the Mechanical Engineering Dept. at Eastern Washington University and Dave Davidson from SME's Deburring and Finishing Tech Group and its Machining/Metal Remov- —- Membership in SME is open to business professionals interested in al Technical Community. The resulting educational videos can be seen on YOUTUBE… The video subjects include “Lean at Macmanufacturing or lean. To apply for Kay”, “Centrifugal Barrel Finishing”, “MacKay operations with a Mori Seiki NTX1000SZM (11 axis) Turn-Mill Center” and “MacKay SME go here: Operations with a Willimen 408MT (7 axis) All of these videos can be seen on the i.sme.org site at: i.sme.org/c248/contactvideos http://www.slideshare.net/dryfinish/ fillintheform-and-return, SEE ALSO: www.sme248.org MacKay Manufacturing is a precision machine shop and contract manufacturer that makes specialized medical devices and surgical instruments. They make a wide range of products for endoscopic, arthroscopic, orthopedic and surgical implant applications SME Manufacturing promotes manufacturing education and advances manufacturing awareness for the Inland Northwest Empire area. The Society of Manufacturing Engineers is the world's leading professional society advancing manufacturing knowledge and influencing more than half a million manufacturing practitioners annually. Through its local chapters, technical communities, publications, expositions and professional development resources, SME promotes an increased awareness of manufacturing engineering and keeps manufacturing professionals up to date on leading trends and technologies. Headquartered in Michigan, the Society has members in more than 70 countries and represents manufacturing practitioners across all industries... TO BECOME A MEMBER, DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FROM HERE: http:// www.slideshare.net/dryfinish/fillintheform-and-return (Fill in the form on screen, Print it, sign it and fax it) For further information see also: www.sme248.org Bruce Felt from Video Marketing Services and SME248 talks to MacKay’s Gregg Meyer and Katie MacKay about the video production Katie MacKay, Executive Vice President at MacKay Manufacturing provided the narration for the videos on “Centrifugal Barrel Finishing” and the “MacKay Lean story”. Unlike other manufacturing education videos, the videos in this MMR Gemba Series are are made on real factory floors with real factory people. Also aerospace, avionics, electronics Editorial and pictorial by Dave Davidson

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