Marc Savard has been chosen to be a guest speaker on Thursday, May 24th 2012 at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, Georgia during the RAPID 2012 trade fair. He will discuss the need in the casting industry for new, more effective way to fabricate castings in small quantities and what technologies like Nopatech can do to improve the development cycle of new products or the service of discontinued parts.
Nopatech is a patent pending process designed by
Saguenay Foundry to solve a problem often encountered by customers, such as: how to effectively manufacture parts in small quantities without sacrificing complexity and structural integrity.
Nopatech uses the most recent development in robotics and software technology as an elegant solution to this problem. By avoiding pattern fabrication, castings can be shipped to a customer faster, in a more cost-effective manner. You can visit
http://nopatech.com/en/Case-Studies/ductile-iron-presses.html for a case study of Nopatech.
Marc Savard has been working for 22 years for Saguenay Foundry, assuming the presidency of the company in 2008. He has a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from École Polytechnique de Montréal in Quebec, Canada. Saguenay Foundry will also be at booth 213 to showcase its new technology, Nopatech from May 22nd to May 25th.
About Saguenay Foundry
Saguenay Foundry is a gray & ductile iron foundry that has been supplying quality castings for the last 30 years. We produce parts ranging from 200 to 15,000 lbs for a variety of industries like aluminum transformation, power transmission component, coal power plants, mines and many more. Our clients are in Canada, the United States, Europe and the Middle East.