Monday, 9/12

2:15 to 3:10 p.m. / W-192-A

Session Topic: Benefits of Predictive Maintenance for Machine Tools, Robotics, and Spindles

Attendees of this talk will learn how predictive maintenance can be used to optimize a facilities’ uptime of machine tools, robotics, and spindles. The main areas of maintenance discussed will include: vibration analysis, dynamic balancing, thermography, alignment, a variety of tools, technologies, and methodologies. Unique to this talk is the information on how robotics can now be optimized for uptime through new wireless sensors not widely available in the past. The talk will be current and up-to-date with new technologies and welcoming for those new to predictive maintenance, but will include new trends and technologies that experienced reliability experts will want to hear about. Attendees will be empowered by the end of this talk to use a variety of predictive maintenance technologies to improve uptime and reliability at their facility.

Thomas Hoenig

President
GTI Spindle Technology

Thomas Hoenig has been in this industry for more than a decade. He has seen predictive maintenance techniques, technologies, and methods evolve through the years and is now extremely knowledgeable about how the iPad can play an important role in this industry.

GTI’s spindle repair and rebuilding services are a product of 100 years of combined sales, service, and manufacturing experience. GTI Spindle Technology has been dedicated to fulfilling one specific mission: to provide its clients with the highest quality and most extensive range of machine tool spindle repair services and new spindle applications with unsurpassed customer service.

IMTS 2016 Booth #N-7433

www.gtispindle.com