What Is The Schedule Of Events?
As discussed below, the event will take place on June 8th, 2017 between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:30 PM with the following schedule (subject to change):
9:00 AM – 5:30 PM – Expo doors will be open to customers for walkthrough during the entire duration of the Expo.
9:00 AM – 11:30 AM – Trade Show and Morning Seminars (see seminar training schedule)
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM – Networking Lunch provided by Precision Electric
1:30 PM – 4:00 PM – Trade Show and Afternoon Seminars (see seminar training schedule)
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM – Networking Reception with Dinner and Drinks provided by Precision Electric
After 5:30 PM the event closes to customers and vendors for post event cleanup.
Who Should Come?
The Precision Electric Industrial Services and Training Expo is open to customers and vendors of all technical backgrounds and industries.
Precision Electric is proud to bring together experts from all areas of industry for improving customer efficiency and experience.
The goal of The Industrial Services and Training Expo is to appeal to a broad range of individuals including, but not limited to:
- Maintenance Managers
- Productivity Managers
- Purchasing Managers
- CEOs and Company Presidents.
Who Will Be There?
Many popular vendors will be attending and some are even offering training seminars (see the industrial seminar training schedulefor more information). These vendors include, but are not limited to
- Precision Electric
- ABB Robotics
- Cone Gear Products
- NSK Bearings
- Lenze Americas
- Loctite Corporation
- AC Tech
Why Are Industrial Networking And Training Essential?
Networking and training with other professionals are essential for keeping up with trends of safety, troubleshooting, predictive maintenance, repair and cost effective purchasing.
Precision Electric is proud to bring together experts who have their finger on the pulse of this rapidly changing industrial environment. Doing so allows Precision Electric and its customers to make cost effective business decisions despite to theconstant transitions of vendor ownerships, customer relationships, staffing and industrial regulations.
From The Blog:
- EATON SVX9000 Training Lesson 1: Basic Input Voltage & Motor Wiring – Variable Frequency Drives
- Lenze SMV Training Lesson 10: Feedback Monitoring Of Inputs, Outputs, Voltages, And Current
- Full Training Workshop: AC & DC Electric Motor Theory Of Operation
- Lenze SMV Training Lesson 11: Diagnostic Fault Monitoring, History And Troubleshooting – VFDs
- Full Training Workshop: In Service AC Motor Testing and Replacement