MRO Magazine

New schedule of free seminars from Bosch Rexroth Canada


February 4, 2010
By PEM Magazine

Spring 2010 – Seminar Schedule

Principles of Lean Manufacturing – February 24
This seminar teaches manufacturers techniques for eliminating waste – wasted time, motion and production – and the most effective ways to apply manual production and automation technology to lean manufacturing environments. Our lean experts will help attendees connect basic lean concepts – kanban, kaizen, 5S – with practices they can use in their own operations.

Hydraulic Maintenance Unplugged – February 25
Manufacturers will learn how to improve the performance and value of their hydraulic systems through these proven predictive maintenance techniques, taught by experts from the leader in industrial hydraulic solutions. They’ll also get details on the factors affecting hydraulics performance, to minimize downtime and maximize revenues.

Hydraulic Power Press Safety – March 25
Manufacturers, machine builders, and other users of hydraulic power presses will learn successful hydraulic press risk assessment and safety compliance methods, along with a thorough review of Canadian and EC power press safety regulations and standards.


Safe Motion – March 30 and May 11
This seminar examines applicable CSA industry safety regulations and workplace safety requirements in detail and demonstrates how drive-based safe motion technology can protect operators and improve productivity. The program includes live demonstrations of drive-based safe motion systems.

Tier 4 Emissions, Fundamentals – April 8
New 2010 EPA emissions requirements will have a direct impact on mobile hydraulic equipment system design. Bosch Rexroth hydraulics experts provide details on new hydraulic technologies that will harmonize with new engine designs, and help engineers create more efficient and effective hydraulic power solutions.

Plastic Machine Safety and Optimization Upgrades – May 13
This informative seminar will help manufacturers improve plastic machine safety, optimize plant performance and cost-effectively extend the operational life and value of existing plastic machines and production lines. Industry experts will be on hand to share proven plastic machine upgrade techniques and technologies.

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