This month’s program explores non-touch metrology to measure complex geometric features quickly and accurately. In the world of reduced dimension drawings and Computer Aided Design we need dynamic tools to meet the increasingly complex measurement needs. Can you think of some other uses for this technology?
The presentation features Thomas Tait, Senior Quality Engineer from Lockheed Martin, Owego. While in the United States Air Force as a Ground Based RADAR Systems Maintenance technician, Mr. Tait earned an Associate of Applied Science degree from the Community College of the Air Force in Electronic Systems Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from University of Phoenix. After retiring from the United States Air Force, he joined Lockheed Martin as a Product Test Senior Specialist testing and evaluating Electronic Surveillance Measures. Ten years ago, he was promoted to Quality Assurance Engineer for Electronic Surveillance Measures programs. For the last 5 years, Mr. Tait has been working as a Senior Quality Engineer for Advanced Manufacturing Technologies and Composite design.
This interesting program is being held at The Center for Technology and Innovation – Tech Works located at 321 Water Street in Binghamton. If you haven’t visited the Tech Works which is a working museum highlighting the technology from the Southern Tier of New York. Explore the vintage IBM 1400 computer system with its 1403-N1 high speed impact printer, a 1970 vintage Universal Instruments “pick and place” circuit card component placement machine, sit in a Link trainer, see the Link lunar landing module simulator… and much, much more as you experience local companies “from “A” to “W.”
Networking and introduction to the Tech Works will begin at 5:30 pm. Dinner will be at approximately 6:00 pm with the program at 7:00 pm.
Please RSVP on this website Registration link. Cost is $20 which includes dinner.
Don’t miss this interesting program!