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issue: September 2006 APPLIANCE Magazine

Electrical Manufacturing
An Educational Experience

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by Fred A. Brown, president and chairman of the Board of Directors, Electrical Manufacturing & Coil Winding Association, Inc.

If you manufacture appliances, or if you are a supplier to the appliance industry, there are two events being held at the Indianapolis Convention Center (Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.) Sept. 18–21, 2006, that you will want to attend.

The Powder Coating Conference and Expo is the conference and trade show in North America where finishers can gather to learn everything there is to know about powder coating. The event features an extensive technical conference and an exhibit featuring close to 200 companies. Check it out at www.pcishow.com.
The Electrical Manufacturing Expo (EME) is being held during the same dates at the Indianapolis Convention Center. Attendees who have registered to view the exhibits for either show will be allowed to crossover into either show.
The EME Keynote Session will feature three interesting speakers. Walt Weisel, president of Innova Holding and past-president of the Robotics Industries Association, will review Motion Control in Robotics and Automation. Dr. Mark Ehsani, director of Advanced Vehicle Systems Research at Texas A&M, will provide a Vision of Sustainable Fuel and Vehicle Technologies. Joseph K. Smith, publisher of Machining Magazine, will address the Future of Manufacturing in the U.S.
The EME-2006 Conference program features eight short courses, including presentations on inductor design, basic electromagnetic principles for manufacturing, basics of balancing motor components, energy alternatives, lean manufacturing, and fundamentals of UL 1446 testing.
The EME technical program will include sessions on motor manufacturing techniques, transformer design and manufacturing, bobbin design, solar and wind power and energy conservation issues, encapsulation systems, manufacturing electrical devices for medical devices, power supply design, fuel cells, and hybrid vehicle systems.
More than 150 companies have contracted to exhibit the process equipment and materials used in manufacturing electrical components at the EME Exposition.
The EME is organized through the volunteer efforts of the Electrical Manufacturing & Coil Winding Association and all of the information is at www.electricalmanufacturing.org.
In addition, the Association of International Motion Engineers (AIME) is presenting a series of courses leading to certification as a Certified Motion Control specialists. Finally SMMA, the Motor and Motion Association, is presenting courses on motor design.
This is your chance to meet and talk with all those who are involved with powder coating and the manufacture of electrical devices. This is an educational opportunity of the highest magnitude. Mark these dates on your calendar and join us in Indianapolis.


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