Rescheduled: Webinar on When State-of-the-Art Micromachining Isn't Good Enough
Originally slated for August 22, the presentation of “When State-of-the-Art Micromachining Isn’t Good Enough” presented by Microfabrica has been rescheduled for Wednesday, August 29, at 2:00 pm EDT. Hosted by Manufacturing Engineering Media, the webcast takes a look at a breakthrough in micromachining.
If you have registered for the original presentation there is no need to do so again. You will receive a reminder e-mail and link to the event 24 hours before it will be held. If you would like to register for this webcast, please click here.
The presentation will examine new ways of solving emerging engineering challenges through the creation of ultra-high-precision parts, subassemblies and micromachines at an unprecedented scale. The process brings together aspects of stereolithography and electrochemical deposition in order to produce complex geometries with tolerances measured in microns.
The webinar will be conducted by Richard Chen, vice president of Design Engineering at Microfabrica Inc. Chen has more than 14 years of experience in the micromanufacturing and micro electro mechanical systems (MEMS) industry. He currently manages all applications and design engineering efforts at Microfabrica and has also held various management and engineering positions at the company over the last nine years. Chen received a BS from the University of Illinois at Champaign/Urbana and an MS at UCLA, both in electrical engineering. He has authored more than 20 patents and 12 publications in micromanufacturing process and design.
Published Date : 8/24/2012