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Motion Control Technologies for Medical Device Joining Applications

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About the Webinar

Thursday, May 23, 2024 @ 2:00PM EDT


Automated laser welding is often highly advantageous in medical device manufacturing due to its precision, cleanliness, and efficiency. When properly refined, it enables device OEMs to achieve the tightest of tolerances in the most intricate devices. The non-contact process reduces the risk of physical damage to delicate components, while automation enables high-speed production, enhancing efficiency and consistency. Additionally, laser welding can produce joints with minimal to no contamination enabling compliance with high quality and safety standards. Key to the performance of an automated laser welding process is the motion and laser control system delivering the laser energy to the part. In this webinar the presenters will not only highlight the advantages of automated laser welding, but also control features that enable consistent and reliable joints to be made.

Travis and BG

Travis Schneider (left)
Business Development Manager, Advanced Manufacturing

Travis Schneider is Aerotech’s business development manager for advanced manufacturing market segments, including electronics manufacturing, laser processing, medical technology, data storage and precision manufacturing. He has 14+ years of experience in precision automation and robotics, holding roles in applications engineering, field sales, product management and business development. Travis earned his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering. His expertise and passion for innovation make him an invaluable resource for partners seeking to push boundaries in precision automation for advanced manufacturing.
Bryan Germann (right)
Product Manager, Light Manipulation

Bryan Germann is a Product Manager at Aerotech focused on Light Manipulation products including Aerotech’s AGV laser scan heads and associated Automation1 drives & software control features. He has hands-on experience designing, project managing and product management of high precision motion control and automation machinery and products. Bryan holds a BS and MS in mechanical engineering from the University of South Carolina as well as 17 US & international patents.