The Valley of Death in
Laser Manufacturing & Automation
A strategic guide to navigate the tricky terrain of laser technology
Laser manufacturing is gaining popularity in manufacturing for its unique advantages: quality, reliability and longevity just to name a few. Manufacturers are becoming highly interested in utilizing laser in their process. However, unaware of the tricky nature of laser automation, unsuspecting manufacturers often fall into what we call the Valley of Death which jeopardizes their entire program, leading them to detrimental outcome.
In this seminar, you will:
Gain an understanding of critical mistakes and assumptions made by product developers and manufacturers when venturing into laser automation.
Learn step-by-step on how to strategically approach laser manufacturing to minimize risk, maximize ROI and avoid costly shortcuts that can cause your program to plummet into the Valley of Death.
Receive a copy of the presentation for future reference.
Have the opportunity to ask laser experts any questions you have in mind.
Learn about cutting edge laser manufacturing in glass and key applications.
Who can benefit from watching this?
VPs, directors or managers who are responsible for the strategic integration of manufacturing technologies
Equipment & Automation teams who architect manufacturing equipment based on laser processes
Process Teams who develop laser-based processes to be used for manufacturing
Anyone in manufacturing who is looking for partners that can be your guide from R&D all the way to high volume manufacturing
Mark Turner, Ph.D.
CEO, Turner Laser Systems
Mark Turner created the 360-Mastery Methodology that has enabled many new products developers and manufacturers launch with manufacturing success. Mark strongly believes in a holistic and collaborative approach to the laser manufacturing business and cultivating relationships with a focus on core values.
Tony Smith, PE
VP Engineering, Owens Design
Tony Smith has over 27 years of experience in automation design in the semiconductor, consumer electronics, disk drive and solar industries among others. Tony has been with Owens Design for almost 25 years with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and an MS from Santa Clara University.