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Upcoming Summer 2021 Webinars

Written by Pierce Geary

BTG Labs has several opportunities coming up for you to connect with our Materials Science and Manufacturing experts. Webinars are a great way to learn more about technologies and methods to optimize processes, protect the integrity of your brand and ensure the safety of your consumers. Get direct access to the scientists and process specialists who help companies shorten workflows, maximize performance and curb expensive rework every day.

Here are three upcoming webinars that you can attend for free. Register for each at the links below and look out for more ways to connect with us.

 

SAMPE 2020 Virtual Series: Inspection and Repair

Friday July 17th at 1pm EDT

SAMPE 2020 Virtual Series Inspection and Repair

 

 

 

 

Join Dr. Giles Dillingham this Friday July 17th at 1pm EDT for an online panel that's a part of the SAMPE virtual event in the Emerging Materials and Processes Track.

Since the massive SAMPE event (one of the biggest in the manufacturing and composites industries) can't happen this year, it's going online and BTG Labs is helping make it useful to attendees by providing critical insight into Inspection and Repair methods.

Dr. Dillingham will join 7 other experts in Materials Science and manufacturing, all from top universities, in a Q&A where they'll field questions about the current and future states of manufacturing and repair.

He will be discussing how examination methods of the myriad ways critical bond surfaces become contaminated can be utilized/incorporated in manual processes that currently exist in manufacturing.

Register for free at the link below!

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BXl164yCTyKA2M-ERe6lUw

 

SAMPE 2020 Virtual Series: Manufacturing Technology

Tuesday July 28th at 1pm EDT

SAMPE 2020 Virtual Series Manufacturing Technology

 

 

 

 

 

Join Dr. Rose Roberts Tuesday July 28th at 1pm EDT for an online panel that's a part of the SAMPE virtual event.

Since the massive SAMPE event (one of the biggest in the manufacturing and composites industries) can't happen this year, it's going online and BTG Labs is helping make it useful to attendees by providing critical insight into Manufacturing Technology for the Aerospace Manufacturing community.

Dr. Roberts will join 6 other experts in Materials Science and manufacturing, including specialists from companies and organizations like NASA, Boeing and Solvay, in a Q&A where they'll field questions about bonded surface challenges and hybrid bonding technologies.

Register for free at the link below!

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rkl0kik-QLOr4ROQ-pDZxg

 

Today's Medical Developments Webinar: How Verification of Medical Device Surfaces in Production Eases Product Development

Wednesday, July 29 at 2:00 PM EDT

Today's Medical Developments Production Verification

 

 

Join BTG Labs' Materials Scientist, Elizabeth Kidd, and Applications Specialist, Lucas Dillingham, on Wednesday, July 29 at 2:00 PM EDT for a webinar in partnership with Today's Medical Developments.

For this presentation, Elizabeth and Lucas will discuss how quickening the pace of scaling new products to production and being able to ensure the quality of medical devices is extremely valuable to manufacturers. Attendees will learn:

  • Obstacles to Scaling Medical Devices from Development to Production
  • The Role of a Material’s Surface Quality in Ensuring Product Reliability
  • How to Navigate Product Changes to Improve Cost, Maintain Performance
  • How ISO 13485 and the FDA’s Quality System Regulation 820.75 Effect Process Control Decision Making
  • Application of Available Production Level Verification Tests: Fibrinogen assays, FTIR, Contact Angle, etc.

Register for free at the link below:

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8311941076870199823

Additional Events:

IPC Wisdom Wednesday Webinar on high reliability electronics - September

Aerodef virtual event - Late Summer

Assembly Magazine Webinar - September 24

Products Finishing Webinar on precision cleaning - October 13

Plastics Today Webinar on mold release control - November 10

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