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Reliability online session:

Production is only as reliable at its weakest link

It does not take much to bring a manufacturing line or production process to a screeching and very expensive halt.  A malfunctioning button, misaligned electrical drawer or a faulty motor connection could be all it takes to disrupt operations.  When failure is absolutely not an option on a production line, how do you guarantee your component specs are up to the job? In this session, [components experts] will discuss some of the common tradeoffs in design, materials, and manufacturing processes of buttons, switches, and wiring that can result in wildly different quality and performance over their expected lifetime use.


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Sponsored by: ABB Automation and Power World

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Speakers

Matt Frady

Matt Frady is the General Product Manager-Bearings for Baldor, an ABB company.  He has global business responsibility for the Dodge brand of mounted bearings that include ball, roller and plain bearings. Frady has 14 years of experience in the mechanical power transmission market serving in various roles including Field Sales Engineer, Product Manager of Ball Bearings and Product Manager of Roller Bearings. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clemson University. Frady joined Baldor-Dodge in 2000.

Matt Frady

Ted Wodoslawsky

Ted Wodoslawsky is a Market Develop Manager for ABB Low Voltage Products. He is focused on development of the Panel Builder market for ABB and Thomas & Betts products.

Ted has more than 25 years of experience in the electrical, automation and control markets, serving a range of in roles as an electronics technician, product manager, strategic marketing manager, channel marketing manager, director and marketing vice president. Ted earned his technical credentials from The Ohio Institute of Technology, and his BA from Malone University. He is a certified motivational coach and a member of the Mensa Society. He joined ABB in 2006. Prior to joining ABB, Ted was with Rockwell Automation.

Ted Wodoslawsky