The Motion + Power Technology Expo connects the top manufacturers, suppliers, buyers, and experts in the mechanical, electrical, and fluid power industries. No matter which industry you represent, you will gain best practices and new ideas from like-minded colleagues as well as cross-sector collaboration. Over three action-packed days in Detroit, end-users can shop the latest technology, products and services, and compare benefits side-by-side. Prominent exhibitors will conduct demos and host information-rich seminars as well as offer-up technical expertise.

Visit S.L. Munson & Company at the AGMA Motion + Power Technology Expo in Detroit! Stop by booth 2800 to chat and learn about our gear grinding solutions!

  • Dates: October 15-17
  • Location: TCF Center – Detroit, MI

Motion + Power Technology Expo Booth 2800

Ask the Expert

This year, S.L. Munson & Company is stepping up our efforts to bring you the best in gear grinding and dressing. We’re hosting a series of Ask the Expert sessions – brief presentations by industry professionals followed by a Q&A – so you can get all of your gear questions answered! If you have specific questions or topics you’d like to see covered, send them to seminars@slmunson.com. Be sure to stop by the booth to chat with our product managers or “Ask the Expert”!

Expert guests from:

  • S.L. Munson & Company
  • Dr. Kaiser
  • General Broach Company
  • Worldwide Superabrasives
  • Process Research Products
  • Hydroflow Filtration Systems (Barnes International)

Ask the Expert Schedule:

Tuesday 10/15

10:00 AM – Oliver Schramm (Dr. Kaiser) – Gear Dressers for Generating Grinding – from Prototyping to Mass Production
11:00 AM – Mark Astor (SBS Schmitt Industries)
2:00 PM – John Webster (WorldWide Superabrasives) – Controlling the Thermal Aspects of Grinding
3:00 PM – Tom Cassese (Barnes International/Hydroflow) – Filtration of Machine Tool Coolants
4:00 PM – John Broomer (Process Research Products) – Fundamentals of Lapping Slurries

Wednesday 10/16

10:00 AM – Larry Stover/Revillo Stevens (General Broach Company) – Why consider Broaching?
11:00 AM – John Broomer (Process Research Products) – Fundamentals of Lapping Slurries
2:00 PM – John Webster (WorldWide Superabrasives) – Controlling the Thermal Aspects of Grinding
3:00 PM – Larry Stover/Revillo Stevens (General Broach Company) – Why consider Broaching?
4:00 PM – Tom Cassese (Barnes International/Hydroflow) – Filtration of Machine Tool Coolants

Thursday 10/17

10:00 AM – Tom Cassese (Barnes International/Hydroflow) – Filtration of Machine Tool Coolants
11:00 AM – Oliver Schramm (Dr. Kaiser) – Gear Dressers for Generating Grinding – from Prototyping to Mass Production
2:00 PM – John Webster (WorldWide Superabrasives) – Controlling the Thermal Aspects of Grinding
3:00 PM – Oliver Schramm (Dr. Kaiser) – Gear Dressers for Generating Grinding – from Prototyping to Mass Production

About the Experts

Oliver Schramm

Dr. Kaiser

Gear Dressers for Generating Grinding – from Prototyping to Mass Production – Oliver Schramm is the division manager for electroplated dressing tools and has been with Dr. Kaiser for 20 years. He began as a design engineer making gear calculations and manufacturing prints before moving to technical sales and application engineering.

Process Research Products

Fundamentals of Lapping Slurries – Process Research Products develops and manufactures specialty chemicals, including suspension fluids and slurries for over 60 years in Trenton NJ. John Broomer is a Mechanical Engineer by training with a over decade of experience helping customers solve process challenges through proven and custom chemical formulation.

Tom Cassesse

Barnes International GroupHydroflow Filtration Systems

Filtration of Machine Tool Coolants – Tom Cassese is the Vice President of Hydroflow Barnes Sales. He has over 40 years experience in filtration of machine tool coolants throughout the world.  In 1986, Tom was one of the two original founders of Hydroflow Filtration Systems, which was purchased by Barnes International Group in 2018.

SBS Balancing Systems/Schmitt Industries – Schmitt Industries designs, manufactures, and markets highly precise test, measurement, and process control systems for a wide variety of applications. The Company was founded in 1987 after determining that there was no simple or reliable solution for in-process dynamic balancing of precision grinding machines. Mark Astor has been with the company for many years.

General Broach Company

Why Consider Broaching? – As the general manager of GBC, Larry Stover oversees all of the day to day operations of the five divisions of the company. Over forty years ago, Larry started out on the shop floor operating grinding machines and since has had firsthand experience in almost every area of the broach tool manufacturing process. As the machine division engineering manager, Revillo Stevens oversees all  the design aspects of the machines that are built at GBC.  Six years ago Revillo started in the tool division as a tool designer after earning a BS in mechanical engineering.  Since then, he has designed various broach tools, fixtures, and machines.

 

Controlling the Thermal Aspects of Grinding – Dr. John A.Webster (a.k.a. Doctor Cool) is a globally recognized expert on grinding, who combines both shop-floor and theoretical experiences in a range of abrasive processes. He has a PhD in Adaptive Control of Cylindrical Grinding and has published numerous papers and articles on grinding. Dr. Cool currently works with Worldwide Superabrasives as a senior research engineer.

 

 

Motion + Power Technology Expo Booth 2800