About the presentation
The cost of any metalworking fluid is a small fraction of the total investment into a manufacturing process. However, it has a large impact because it touches everything in the shop. The idea that this minor player – around 0.5% of the production cost – influences the success of the other 99.5% is called the “leverage effect” of metalworking fluids.
In this session, operations and maintenance managers will learn:
1. The impact of the right metalworking fluid on major cost centers in the shop
2. How to use coolant to extend tool life, increase cutting speeds, and gain process stability
3. Examples of improvement goals from other shops, from productivity to health and safety
4. How to reduce hours on unpleasant maintenance tasks and protect your valuable CNC machines
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Meet your presenter
Chris Porsch is the sales director for the Midwest and Western regions of Blaser Swisslube. He has a background in Chemistry and a Bachelor’s degree in Business. He developed deep knowledge of metalworking fluids and their applications over the past 8 years, and he is driven to share his expertise to help Blaser Swisslube customers improve processes and reduce manufacturing costs.
About the company
For more than eight decades, Blaser Swisslube has been reputed for human-compatible and environment-considerate products. Our customers not only want cutting fluids, but also need a competent partner to help optimize their machining processes. With our committed team, we provide this partnership. More than 80 specialists at our headquarters R&D and technology center are constantly developing better solutions for tomorrow, including innovations such as DNA analysis of cutting fluids and product trials on the latest CNC centers and machine tools.