Future of Finishing – Designing your Paint System for the Unknown
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In the past 10 years, there have been major changes in the finishing industry that affect process times. In addition, the demand in most industries has fluctuated significantly. Manufacturing trends, including lean methodology, have changed our traditional method of processing parts. How do you design a paint system that is flexible and will handle the uncertainty of the future? In this session, we will review the latest in overhead conveyor technology for paint systems—friction-driven conveyors. We will review case studies of how friction-driven conveyors, teamed with smart controls, offer flexibility and expandability and have challenged traditional paint system monuments.
Registrants will learn:
- Difference between a friction-driven conveyor and traditional overhead conveyor
- How IntelliFinishing systems are responsive to future changes
- Key questions to determine if you should consider a friction-driven conveyor for your paint system
- How to remove transportation waste by integrating your paint system and manufacturing processes with point of use delivery
John Claman, IntelliFinishing Sales and Marketing Supervisor
John has worked for IntelliFinishing for the last three years, providing the most flexible automated finishing system in the industry. IntelliFinishing is a division of Kasa—world famous for automating General Motors’ plants as well as for most of the other major car factories. Before IntelliFinishing, John worked in sales for Kasa—mostly with agricultural clients.
Prior to Kasa, John worked for 25-plus years in marketing, marketing research, data analytics, and sales. In his “free time” he occasionally dabbles in acting at his local community theater. He’s originally from Colorado and went to CU many years ago.