By Manufacturing Unscripted
Manufacturing UnscriptedMay 22, 2023
Baron Kendrick – ATI Industrial Automation
Welcome to Manufacturing Unscripted, the podcast that explores the latest trends, technologies, and issues facing the manufacturing industry. I'm your host Matthew Rall, and I'm joined by my co-host, Lauren Rall.
In this episode, we're excited to have Baron Kendrick, the Standard Tool Changer Product Manager at ATI Industrial Automation, joining us to discuss ATI's tool changers and their role in industry 4.0.
Baron shares his insights on how tool changers are used with robots in manufacturing, and how they can improve efficiency and productivity on the factory floor. We also discuss the challenges that manufacturers face when implementing tool changers and how ATI is helping them to overcome these challenges.
In addition, we are excited to promote the upcoming Automate trade show in Detroit, where ATI will have a booth. Baron shares some details about what attendees can expect to see at the booth and why it's a great opportunity for manufacturers to learn more about the latest automation technologies.
Tune in to this episode of Manufacturing Unscripted to hear our insightful conversation with Baron Kendrick and learn more about how tool changers are changing the game in manufacturing.
Contact Baron: https://www.linkedin.com/in/baronkendrick/
Learn more about ATI: https://www.ati-ia.com/products/toolchanger/robot_tool_changer.aspx?gclid=CjwKCAjwl6OiBhA2EiwAuUwWZToSFH79cZ4zsvUR-EgFwybS34jq6KiAgQ6j--Dw7Q1-pVnJae763RoCr28QAvD_BwE
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Peter Mann - Oransi
Today, we're joined by Peter Mann, the founder and CEO of Oransi, a company that specializes in high-quality air purifiers. In this episode, we'll discuss how Peter recognized a need for effective air purifiers and developed a solution from concept to production.
We'll also explore the challenges of manufacturing in America, the importance of building a trusted brand, and the balance between industrial and engineering design. Peter will share his insights into the evolving landscape of manufacturing, from new technologies to shifting consumer demands.
Join us as we uncover the secrets of Oransi's success, from the initial idea to the finished product. We'll discuss the importance of innovation in the manufacturing industry, the role of sustainable practices in manufacturing, and the impact of COVID-19 on Oransi's business.
Whether you're an entrepreneur looking to launch a new product, a manufacturer striving to stay ahead of the curve, or simply interested in the world of manufacturing, this episode of Manufacturing Unscripted is not to be missed. So tune in and join the conversation with Matthew, Lauren, and Peter.
Contact Peter: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-mann/
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/gqNQ-JyjR24
Learn more about Oransi: https://oransi.com/
#ManufacturingUnscripted #Oransi #AirPurifiers #Innovation #Entrepreneurship #Sustainability #COVID19 #ManufacturingIndustry #ProductDevelopment #Technology #SmallBusiness #Podcast
Sterling Shepherd – Behco
In this episode of Manufacturing Unscripted, hosts Matthew Rall and Lauren Rall are joined by Sterling Shepherd, a leading expert in robotics and automation. Sterling currently works for Behco, a company that specializes in providing advanced automation solutions to manufacturers across a wide range of industries.
The conversation kicks off with a discussion of the challenges that companies face when they first begin integrating robots into their operations. Sterling shares some of the technical hurdles that people often encounter, as well as some of the common misconceptions about robotics and automation.
As the conversation continues, Sterling delves deeper into the world of robotics, exploring some of the most exciting developments and trends in the industry. They discuss how robotics is changing the face of manufacturing, and explore some of the ways that robots are being used to streamline production and boost efficiency.
Throughout the episode, Sterling shares his insights on the future of robotics, and offers his predictions for where the technology is headed in the coming years. He discusses some of the most promising areas of research and development in the field, and shares his thoughts on how robotics will continue to shape the manufacturing landscape in the years to come.
Whether you're a seasoned manufacturing veteran or simply interested in the cutting-edge technology that is driving the industry forward, this episode of Manufacturing Unscripted is a must-listen. So tune in and join Matthew, Lauren and Sterling as they explore the fascinating world of robotics and automation in manufacturing.
Laura Saline – Livingston Educational Service Agency
Welcome to Manufacturing Unscripted, the podcast that explores the fascinating world of manufacturing through the eyes of industry experts. In this episode, we sit down with Laura Saline, a career and technical education coordinator at Livingston Educational Service Agency.
Laura's job is all about helping high school students and young adults find career paths in manufacturing. Through internships, apprenticeship programs, and partnerships with local companies, Laura works tirelessly to connect students with the right resources and opportunities to help them launch successful careers.
In this episode, Laura shares with us the challenges and rewards of her work, as well as her insights into the current state of the manufacturing industry. We delve into the importance of collaboration between schools, businesses, and community organizations in creating successful career pathways, and discuss some of the exciting initiatives that are underway in this field.
Whether you're a student looking to explore a career in manufacturing, an educator seeking to better understand the industry, or a manufacturing professional interested in supporting the next generation of workers, this episode is not to be missed. So tune in to Manufacturing Unscripted and join us for an informative and inspiring conversation with Laura Saline.
#ManufacturingIndustry #CareerPaths #Internships #Apprenticeships #Education #CareerDevelopment #ManufacturingCareers #HighSchoolStudents #YoungAdults #CommunityCollaboration #LivingstonEducationalServiceAgency #ManufacturingUnscripted #PodcastInterview #IndustryExperts
Contact Laura: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurahoehn/
Watch on YouTube:
Promess Apprenticeship Open House: https://www.promessinc.com/apprenticeship/
Ashlyn Knight – Ford Pro FinSimple
Welcome to Manufacturing Unscripted, the podcast that brings you insightful conversations with leaders in the manufacturing industry. In this episode, our guest is Ashlyn Knight, a chief of staff at Ford Pro FinSimple. Ashlyn is known for her success in managing high-performance project teams, and in this episode, she shares with us her journey to this point and how she has been able to achieve such success.
As a chief of staff in the manufacturing industry, Ashlyn has had to navigate the challenges of working in a virtual environment. In this episode, she discusses how she has adapted to this new way of working and how it has impacted her job.
Additionally, as a woman and a mother in the manufacturing industry, Ashlyn shares with us how her gender and family life have impacted her career. We delve into the challenges she has faced, the support systems that have helped her along the way, and the lessons she has learned.
Join us for an inspiring conversation with Ashlyn Knight, as we explore the world of manufacturing through her unique perspective. This is Manufacturing Unscripted.
#ManufacturingIndustry #ProjectManagement #WomenInManufacturing #WorkingMothers #VirtualWorking #HighPerformanceTeams #FordProFinSimple #CareerSuccess #InspiringWomen #PodcastInterview #ManufacturingUnscripted
Contact Ashlyn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashlyn-knight-4b14a947/
Jacob Hill - GRC Academy
Welcome to the latest episode of Manufacturing Unscripted, where we're joined by Jacob Hill, founder of the GRC Academy, a leading provider of training and consulting services in governance, risk, and compliance. In this episode, Jacob dives into the new DOD regulations for CMMC, and why it's essential for contractors to get a head start in implementing these regulations.
Jacob shares insights into what the new CMMC regulations entail and the implications for businesses. He discusses how the CMMC framework is designed to ensure that companies comply with cybersecurity best practices and what steps they need to take to become certified.
Additionally, Jacob introduces his new course on the GRC Academy, which focuses on helping companies understand these regulations and navigate the certification process. He explains how the course can benefit companies and help them avoid costly mistakes while preparing for CMMC compliance.
This podcast is a must-listen for anyone involved in government contracting or cybersecurity, looking to understand the implications of CMMC regulations. Jacob's expertise in this area and the insights he provides will prove invaluable to anyone looking to get a head start in implementing these regulations.
Tune in to hear Jacob Hill's take on CMMC regulations and what companies can do to prepare for compliance.
Take the course: https://grcacademy.io/courses/cmmc-overview-training-small-medium-businesses-smb/
Understand CMMC: https://grcacademy.io/cmmc/controls/
Contacts Jacob: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jacobrhill/
#CMMC #cybersecurity #governmentcontracting #compliance #GRC #podcast #training #certification #DOD #informationsecurity #smallbusiness #riskmanagement #regulations #ITsecurity #datasecurity #manufacturingunscripted #manufacturing #manufacturingcontract
RJ Archer – Wardcraft
In this episode, we sit down with RJ Archer, an expert in manufacturing and automation, to discuss conveyor systems and their impact on modern production processes. Over the years, conveyor systems have evolved from basic, manually operated machines to sophisticated systems that can handle complex tasks with speed and efficiency.
RJ shares his insights on the various types of conveyor systems, including belt, roller, and chain conveyors, and how they are used in different industries. He also highlights some interesting facts about conveyor systems, such as their ability to move a wide range of products, including fragile and heavy items, and how they have contributed to the rise of e-commerce.
We dive deep into the evolution of conveyor systems and how automation has transformed manufacturing processes, resulting in greater precision and cost savings. RJ shares his experience of working with companies to implement conveyor systems, the challenges they face, and the benefits they can expect to achieve.
Whether you are a manufacturing professional or simply curious about the technology that powers the products we use every day, this episode is a must-listen. Join us as we explore the fascinating world of conveyor systems with RJ Archer.
YouTube Page: https://www.youtube.com/user/Thewardcraftconveyor
LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/wardcraft-industries
Edward Stockline – Promess Inc
Join us for an insightful episode as we sit down with Edward Stockline, a seasoned expert in the manufacturing industry. In this episode, we delve into the world of manufacturing sales and how companies can effectively on-board new employees. Edward shares his expertise on cross-training teams and the benefits of having a versatile and well-rounded workforce.
But that's not all! Edward also gives us a sneak peek into what he is most excited about in the future of manufacturing. From innovative technologies to new business models, he shares his thoughts on the exciting developments that are shaping the industry.
Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting out in the manufacturing industry, this episode is a must-listen. So tune in now and gain valuable insights from one of the top minds in the business!
New Sales Simplified by Weinberg
Fanatical Prospecting by Jeb Blount
Anthony Iannarino (Everything he's ever written) 😊
Brandon Acker - Titan Abrasive Systems
Brandon joins Matthew and Lauren to discuss abrasive blasting and how it has changed over time. Brandon goes into detail about how the regulations have changed making abrasive blasting better for the consumers and the workers. Brandon describes the different types of blasting materials and the types of applications they are used for. For more information check out the Titan Abrasive Systems website https://www.titanabrasive.com/ or contact Brandon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
#abrasiveblasting #sealcoat #manufacturing #manufacturingpodcast #manufacturingunscripted
Matt Rall, Lauren Rall - Best of 2022 Pt. 2
Lauren joins Matt to discuss their favorite moments of the podcast in 2022! Enjoy a look back at a great year meeting incredibly interesting people who work on an array of things in manufacturing
Matt Rall, Lauren Rall - Best of 2022
Lauren joins Matt to discuss their favorite moments of the podcast in 2022! Enjoy a look back at a great year meeting incredibly interesting people who work on an array of things in manufacturing.
Ali Gilpin & Nikki Gonzales - Automation Ladies Pt. 2
Ali Gilpin & Nikki Gonzales - Automation Ladies Pt. 2
Ali Gilpin & Nikki Gonzales - Automation Ladies Part 1
Ali Gilpin & Nikki Gonzales - Automation Ladies Part 1
Chris Gromowski - Vyper Industrial
Chris joins Matt on today's podcast to discuss physical and mental health in the work place. Chris joined Vyper Industrial, a top rated manufacturer for their innovative shop chairs, to work with the employees as the Director of Nutrition. With his knowledge of kinesiology he a key member of the Vyper Industrial team for the brand and the employees. To learn more about Vyper or Chris, please follow the links below.
Chris LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-gromowski-69195250/
Matthew Cane - BBS Automation
Matthew Cane joins Matt to discuss how BBS Automation acquired Kahle Automation to strengthen their ties with the life science industry and how Matt deals with obstacles as a project manager. Matthew Cane has been with BBS Automation for 4 years and before that he worked his way through different Engineering disciplines to get where he is today.
BBS is one of the leading providers worldwide of automated assembly and testing solutions, serving continental and global industry clients. BBS provides high-quality tailored solutions, with full operations capabilities and service support that covers every need.
Tim Wilborne – TW Controls
On this week's episode Matthew is joined by the Industrial Sorcerer himself, Tim Wilborne! You may have seen Tim on LinkedIn or YouTube spreading his passion for controls with the world, but this week he is on the podcast talking to Matthew about trades and how impactful they can be! Matt and Tim get into the need for trades now more than ever and how your path to getting to where you want to be can take many twists and turns. Check out the full episode where ever you listen to podcasts or on our YouTube channel now!
Contact Tim! https://www.linkedin.com/in/timwilborne/
Visit Tim's Channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/TimWilborne
Rish Gupta – Spot AI
New week, new episode! This episode is coming to you from San Francisco, CA! Rish Gupta and Matt discuss a customer first experience and how it can help your business thrive. Rish also gives some details about Spot AI and how you can utilize video surveillance to improve your processes and customer relationships. To learn more about spot AI visit their website at https://www.spot.ai/
Rish's LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/profilerish/
Megan Preston-Meyer – Manufacturing Author
New episode alert! Megan joins Matt on today's episode to tell the stories that data doesn't. One of Megan's goals is to spark interest in manufacturing and supply chain for the next generation. She created a book series called Supply Jane that simplifies supply chain and manufacturing concepts so that they are easy to absorb by children. Matthew and Megan also discuss how good communication is essential in a good work place and they give you some ways to improve.
Megan's LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/meganprestonmeyer/
Order her children's books https://www.supply-jane.com/
Andrew Crowe – Part 2
Join Andrew at IMTS this week!
On part 2, Matt and Andrew discuss how we reach kids at a young age and get them interested in manufacturing. Andrew is currently on tour sharing this message and discussing how we can grow business here in America. This exciting multi city, two-day tour, will close the national skills gap one community at a time, by promoting manufacturing career opportunities to younger generations,
educating economic development boards on the importance of manufacturing policy, and connecting manufacturers to local skilled workers, and giving them the tools to recruit and retain them.
For more information on Andrew Check out his LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/expertandrewcrowe/
Andrew Crowe – Part 1
Matt is joined by The new American Manufacturing Renaissance himself, Andrew Crowe. Andrew has a diverse background and is passionate about expanding the interest in manufacturing. On today's episode Andrew and Matt discuss how to keep your talent by investing in them. Andrew gives some great examples on how you can keep your employees engaged in the business and support individuals and their growth.
Drew’s impressive resume includes addressing the White House and Pentagon on industrial policy, a feature in Forbes Magazine in April 2022, and was voted Aerospace & Aviation Man of the Year twice. Above all, he is well-positioned to lead minds and movers on the front lines in the critical battle to close the workforce and skills gap in manufacturing, making him a highly sought-after speaker and consultant in the field by teaching industry leaders how to reach, hire, and retain the next generation of the manufacturing!
Andrew's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/expertandrewcrowe/
Dan Burgos – Alphanova Consulting
New Episode! Dan and Matt discuss 6 Elements of Transformational Improvement in Manufacturing!
Dan Burgos is the Founder, President & CEO of Alphanova Consulting. Alphanova Consulting is a management consulting firm that helps manufacturers achieve and sustain operational cost reductions of 20%+, improve on-time delivery to 99%+, and reduce defects to improve product quality to 99%+. These changes help their clients grow company profit margins by up to 25%.
Dan and his team have over 15 years of experience helping manufacturers in various industries including aerospace, injection molding, construction products, chemicals, fiberglass, furniture, electronics, consumer goods, oil & gas, and medical devices, among others.
Link to article: 6 Elements of Transformational Improvement in Manufacturing
Link to the business self-assessment: Business Self Assessment Forms | Alphanova Consulting.
Jason Azevedo – Founder MRCA
Jason has lead over 2000 employees and runs multiple companies offering clients a wide range of industrial manufacturing services including metalworks, plastics, electronics, and packaging options. Winner of multiple international product awards and no stranger to philanthropy, Jason works closely with chemical companies in developing safer, more environmentally-friendly industrial processes.
Jason and Matthew discuss a wide range of topics from onshoring to ranching! This conversation was so much fun. If you want to reach out to Jason please follow this link to his LinkedIn page or to the MRCA website! https://mrca.net/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-azevedo/
Christopher Nguyen - CEO & Co-Founder of Aitomatic
With a career spanning four decades, Christopher Nguyen’s tech bona fides are second to none. Since fleeing Vietnam in 1978, this multiple-time tech founder has played key roles in everything from building the first flash memory transistors at Intel to spearheading the development of Google Apps as its first Engineering Director. Today, he’s become an outspoken proponent of the emerging field of “AI Engineering” and a thought leader in the space of ethical, human-centric AI. With his latest company, Aitomatic, he’s hoping to redefine how companies approach AI in the context of life-critical, industrial applications.
Christopher and Matthew discuss how machine learning is being used and generated from the Engineers experience and data. Christopher tells us what Knowledge-First AI is and how it is similar and different from expert systems. To learn more about Christopher or to get into contact with him, check out his LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/ctnguyen/
Lisa Ryan – Work Place Culture Advocate and Chief Application Officer
Lisa joins Matt to discuss how to nurture a productive and positive work place culture and how to retain your best workers. Lisa describes a few ways to incorporate "thank you" into your work and how to use it in a positive way to build moral. Lisa also gives her experience with "stay meetings" and why they are so important for management to conduct them. If you'd like to check out Lisa's new book Thank You Very Much or learn more visit her on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/asklisaryan/
Dana Mantilia – Cyber Security and Social Media Expert
Dana and Matt discuss common cyber mistakes and how to avoid them. Dana has generated a following on her YouTube Channel where she simplifies cyber security and gives you manageable step to avoid being hacked. Dana also goes into detail about the new DOD requirement for contract workers. For more information about Dana please check out her LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/dana-mantilia/
Laura Timbrook – Corporate Health and Wellness Coach
Matt and Laura talk about what health and wellness looks like for a shift worker and how corporate wellness effects your business and employees. Laura discusses the things companies can do to improve their workforce and help their employees foster better habits by figuring out their individual needs. For more information or to reach out to Laura visit her LinkedIn page https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauratimbrook/
Jeff Mills & John Derry – Injection Molding
In this episode Matt, Jeff and John discuss all thing injection molding and how Pro-Tech andPromess have come together to create an injection molding solution for high accuracy assembly. Jeff describes how electric processes are the future and hydraulic systems are a thing of the past. If you want to learn more about this solution or if you have any questions for Jeff and John, you can email email@example.com.
Jay Douglass – ARM Institute
Jay joins Matt on the podcast today to discuss the ARM Institute and how they have helped the Department of Defense streamline their Aerospace applications. Jay discusses their successes and how the ARM Institute got started. The ARM Institute is a collaboration between industry, government, and academia experts. They bring these stakeholders together to enable innovations in robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), autonomy, and workforce development. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephanie Price & Bia Hamed – Digital Divas
Stephanie Price & Bia Hamed – Digital Divas
Matt is joined by Bia Hamed and Stephanie Price to discuss the importance of girls in STEM and the organization Digital Divas. Bia single handedly managed the success of Digital Divas which now reaches more than 1,000 girls a year. Stephanie joined Digital Divas as a guest speaker and has grown her presence with the organization each year.
The goals of the Digital Divas program is to:Introduce middle and high school girls to careers in STEM Recruit more girls into STEM majors in post-secondary education Give access to underrepresented female populations in STEM Breakdown gender stereotypes regarding STEM majors & careers Encourage ethical and safe behaviors in texting, emailing, social media, and online.
Nate Passmore – Lanco
Nate joins Matt to discuss the transition in to the Engineering Manager and how it is important connect with your team and focus on their continuous improvement. Nate describes how Lanco is growing globally and the challenges there is with onboarding new teams on the other side of the world. Lanco is growing in every industry and if you'd like yo learn more follow the links below!
Meaghan Ziemba – Manufacturing Maven
We are honored to have Meaghan on the podcast today! Matt and Meaghan get into a discussion about electric vehicles, what are they and what are the different levels of autonomy. Matt and Meaghan also give their pros/and cons of self-driving cars. Join the conversation with us on LinkedIn or Instagram!
Meaghan Ziemba is a brand storyteller and marketer for manufacturers with a B.A. and M.A. in Professional and Technical Writing. She has been writing for manufacturing since 2008 and hosts a live video broadcast series called Mavens of Manufacturing. The series focuses on women in the sector and its mission is to attract younger generations to join manufacturing or engineering career pathways to help close the skills and gender gaps. Meaghan is a proud LEO wife and mother of three. She enjoys cooking, CrossFit, and a great cup of coffee or glass of whiskey.
Jake Sponsler – Orbitform
Jake joins Matt to discuss all things project management. From helpful resources to get started to developing project management teams to support company growth, Jake is a great resource. Matt asks Jake how he and his team is doing during the Covid challenges and Jake gives some good advice to mitigate these issues. Check out the link's below to learn more!
PMBOK Guide Link
Project Management for Small Projects Link
Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win Link
Project management Institute: https://www.pmi.org/
Connor and Matt get together in the studio to discuss software engineering in the age of industry 4.0. They go into Connor's experience as a young leader and how he stepped up to the position he is in today. Connor discussed how his team is adapting to the request for more data and the changes that will have to come along with that. For more information about Connor please visit his LinkedIn profile!
Ali is a Controls Engineer who started her own business and is very passionate about industrial control systems. Matt and Ali discuss cyber security and how it impacts industrial control systems and some tools you can use to protect your company. Ali is a great resource for knowledge and insights on cyber security, robots, controls engineering and even marketing! Keep up with Ali on LinkedIn for more information for her and what she is passionate about!
Traceroute Blog: https://www.traceroutellc.com/blog-collection/remote-access-for-ics-2
Ewon Cosy: https://www.ewon.biz/products/cosy/cosy-131-wi-fi?gclid=CjwKCAiA0KmPBhBqEiwAJqKK42p25MDh7nCxnYWVXX_uxGeycdyXO7FLx59pDq9YXGlqTsqHiZ_ZGBoCTU0QAvD_BwE
Industrial Cybersecurity: Efficiently monitor the cybersecurity posture of your ICS environment, 2nd: https://www.amazon.com/Industrial-Cybersecurity-Efficiently-cybersecurity-environment/dp/1800202091/ref=asc_df_1800202091/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=532387267820&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=11484014761021102216&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9033292&hvtargid=pla-1418035001160&psc=1
Kara is a chemical engineer and the founder and CEO of Black Girls Do Engineer. With her love for engineering and her 3 daughters she decided to start a foundation for people who look like her. In this podcast Matt and Kara discuss the oil and energy industry and where they see it going, Kara's journey with chemical engineering and why she started her foundation. To learn more about Black Girls Do Engineer please visit their website at https://www.blackgirlsdoengineer.org/
In this podcast Matt and Mike discuss strategies to improve you company culture. Mike is an executive business coach who helps business professionals improve their profitability and achieve their personal goals. Some companies may feel stuck in their old ways and fail to move forward but there is a solution. Good company culture is the best strategy to improve your business.
Justin and Matt discuss the skills gap and how diversity can help close that gap. Justin discusses the lack of diversity in manufacturing and how it is a hard conversation to have, but it needs to be done. Justin addresses the root of the skills gap and how we can overcome this going forward with industry 4.0 and reaching out to different cultures to fill jobs. If you have any questions or comments on this episode you can reach us at email@example.com
Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-m-sherman/
Book "Hiring for Diversity": https://www.amazon.com/Hiring-Diversity-Inclusive-Equitable-Organization/dp/1119800900
Deloitte Studies: https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/insights/industry/manufacturing/manufacturing-industry-diversity.html
IndustryWeek and UKG "The 2021 Future Manufacturing Workforce Study: https://www.ukg.com/sites/default/files/media/files/The%202021%20Future%20Manufacturing%20Workforce%20Study.pdf
Allie is on the podcast to discuss her journey with panel building. Allie is a panel enthusiast and is well on her way to being a huge success in the industry. Allie and Matt discuss the process of panel building and the challenges they have been facing recently. If you have any questions or comments on this episode you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check put Allie on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allie-donnelly-3b8239208/
Ann and Matt get together to discuss the skills gap and how recruiting is more important than ever. Ann gives her advice on how to gain interest in your company and how to generate a strategic team in manufacturing. Ann's passion is helping innovative and progressive industrial Small-Medium Enterprises and Solutions Providers in accessing top leading technical talent within an increasingly decentralized market. If you have any questions or comments on this episode you can reach us at email@example.com
Reach out to Ann if you need help with recruiting!
Blair Miller and Don Lynch
Blair, Don and Matt discuss creative problem solving in manufacturing and how a little coaching can go a long way when a company is trying to market their products. Blair describes creating the scope of projects and how it can change over time. Blair and Don describe their Peak Productivity Process and how it had helped many companies move their sales and teams forward. For more information reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Blair Miller: Blair@blairmiller.com
Don Lynch: email@example.com
Puccio, G. J., Mance, M., & Murdock, M. C. (2011). Creative leadership: Skills that drive change. Thousand Oaks: SAGE.
Miller, B.J, Vehar, J.R. Firestien, R.L, Thurber, S.B. and Neilsen, D.S. (2011). Creativity Unbound : An introduction to creative process. 5th edition. Evanston, IL: Thinc Communications.
Nielsen, D., & Thurber, S. (2020). The secret of the highly creative thinker: How to make connections others don't.
Glenn Nausley Returns – FlexIQ
Matt and Glenn discuss a new product from Promess called the FlexIQ. Matt gives you the specs and Glenn gives you the philosophy behind creating this product. The customer was asking for a low force press and something that is truly easy to integrate so that you don’t need a controls engineer to understand it. The FlexIQ is a great way to bring your manufacturing into the Smart future. For more information please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Product video: What's Next in Manufacturing
Will Healy III – Balluff
In today's episode Matt and Will discuss how exciting manufacturing can be from making a car to making ice cream. Will emphasizes the importance of change and how to market your product to focus on "how does this make someone's life better". Smart manufacturing is a huge manufacturing focus right now and Will gives his best stab at describing it and how to make it better for everyone. If you have questions or what to give your feedback please email email@example.com.
Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6-fTzPqxKVL-9WSHnqxrtw
Follow on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/willhealyiii/
Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/willautomate
Follow on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/WillAutomate
Here is more information about Condition Monitoring & Predictive Maintenance solutions from Balluff:
Chris Luecke – Manufacturing Happy Hour
In today podcast Matt is talking with Chris about how to market your company for a younger generation. Chris discusses how he has used his podcast and videos to gain interest in his company and reach people where they are. Chris discusses how a lot of manufacturing companies forget to market their "why" and demonstrate the motivation for developing this product. "Create a story to make them remember who you are and what you do." -Chris Luecke
Phil Sponsler – Orbitform
On today's podcast Matt and Phil get into the details of business culture and successful management. Matt takes a tiny step back from discussing new technology to get into the foundation of any company, the people that work there. Around the world we are seeing a staffing shortage and Phil gives us some good information about retaining his team and keeping people happy. Have a listen and feel free to give us ideas for new topics in our email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phil Sponsler - Orbitform President
Phil Sponsler's Booklist:
1. Leading Jesus’ Way by Mark Deterding
2. Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin
3. Grit by Angela Duckworth
4. The Servant by James Hunter
5. Unlocking Greatness by Charlie Harary
6. Atomic Habits by James Clear
1. The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle
2. The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
3. The Ideal Team Player by Patrick Lencioni
1. The Advantage by Patrick Lencioni
2. Traction by Gino Wickman
3. Rocket Fuel by Wickman and Winters
Sales and Marketing:
1. Building a StoryBrand by Donald Miller
2. The Machine by Justin Roth Marsh
3. Fanatical Prospecting by Jeb Blount
4. Nonstop Sales Boom by Colleen Francis
5. Sales Management Simplified by Mike Weinberg
6. New Sales Simplified by Mike Weinberg
7. #SalesTruth by Mike Weinberg
8. The Lost Art of Closing by Anthony Iannarino
Mike Turczyn – Mike Folster – Behco
The Mikes and Matt discuss new technology and how it is being introduced into the field. Mike Folster is heavily involved in robot integration and he discusses the skill gap and how companies are over coming it. Mike Turczyn discusses how robots are taking the jobs that people don't want to do so that we can free up the talent to continue to innovate. This conversation is centralized on ease of integration and how we can continue to improve this process!
Jake Hall - Manufacturing Millennial
Matt and Jake get together to discuss industry 4.0 and how it is being used in today's manufacturing. Jake is a pioneer in making manufacturing cool again, he has his finger on the pulse of all the current trends and is very involved in spreading the word as the Manufacturing Millennial. Matt and Jake get into the details of the manufacturing process and how not only the product is made, but also how the process is developed!
Paul Mellander - Keller Technology Corporation
Paul joins Matt in the studio to discuss the current industry trend of additive manufacturing. The guys discuss the changes that have made manufacturing smarter over time and how the new generation of Engineers brings new ideas and innovation to the manufacturing floors. Join in the conversation through our social links and don't forget to tell us what topics you'd like to discuss next!
Keller technology Blog and Newsletter https://www.kellertechnology.com/blog/
Gordon Splete - Cincinnati Test Systems
Matt and Gordon give us a deeper look into leak testing and how far it has come over the years. They discuss new technologies and applications in the consumer goods industry that you may not have expected to need leak testing. Take a listen and learn more about how Cincinnati Test Systems has changed the leak test industry!
Cincinnati test Systems https://www.cincinnati-test.com/
Glenn Nausley – Promess Inc – EMAP, An Origins Story Part 2
Glenn returns to finish up his EMAP conversation with Matt. This podcast will describe some applications the EMAP is essential for and applications that have driven the development of bigger and better EMAP systems. Glenn and Matt discuss the growth of robots and how it has impacted new EMAP designs.
Pressure Relief Valve Video Application: Pressure Relief Valve
Glenn Nausley – Promess Inc – EMAP, An Origins Story Part 1
Glenn talks with Matt about the conception of the EMAP. This discussion goes into detail about why Promess decided to go electric and what mechanics were considered when designing the EMAP. Glenn discusses the challenges of developing new product and gaining the trust of customers to test it out. And Finally we find out - What's an EMAP?
EMAP Video Electro Mechanical Assembly Press
Barnaby Keller – Keller Technology Corporation
Matt and Barnaby dive deep into the history of Keller Technology and how they got their start over 100 years ago! They also discuss challenges and successes Keller Technologies has faced while they developed their elite company with applications in some very exciting industries. Barnaby gives us his take on current manufacturing trends and what is to come in the future. Enjoy the show!
Keller technology Blog and Newsletter https://www.kellertechnology.com/blog/
The Changes in Manufacturing w/ Gary Stebbins
Matt and Gary get together to discuss their perspectives of how the industry has changed. They describe their experience with old and new assembly lines and what to expect in the future. Gary explains how higher volumes and the increased demands were challenging when assembly lines began to improve and change.
Manufacturing Unscripted Trailer
Check out Manufacturing Unscripted, a new manufacturing podcast from Promess Inc.