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Podcast title Manufacturing Tomorrow
Website URL http://www.osu.edu
Description Manufacturing Tomorrow is a biweekly podcast series brought to you by the Ohio Manufacturing Institute at The Ohio State University. Featuring the perspectives of manufacturing leaders, we focus on the advanced manufacturing innovations, solutions and partnerships that exist in our region now and that will propel industry in the future. Our guests include the unsung heroes of advanced manufacturing, from company C-suite executives and engineers to industry-facing academics, supportive government agencies and regional economic development organizations. Interviews cover the latest topics on products, processes – and groundbreaking relationships –the best manufacturers engage in to infuse entrepreneurialism in their daily operations. Our mission is simple: to provide a voice to manufacturers to educate the public on the value of manufacturing innovation to the U.S. economy and to showcase how Ohio’s technology resource support providers (e.g., higher education, technical centers, and MEPs) boost advanced manufacturing solutions. We ask guest speakers about catalysts needed to collaborate on manufacturing innovation, how to reduce academic-industry barriers, and technical resources that can truly bolster manufacturing productivity.
Updated Mon, 26 Aug 2019 00:00:02 EST
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1. Greg Paulsen, Xometry
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Description: Greg Paulsen is director of Applications Engineering at Xometry, an innovative industrial engineering company that specializes in CNC machining, sheet metal fabrication, 3D printing, urethane casting, and injection molding services. They offer a 24/7 online quoting platform and a network of partner manufacturing facilities. Greg has also directed Xometry’s molding and new manufacturing technologies, applications engineering, the project engineering group and served as business development manager. Prior to Xometry, Greg worked as a project engineer at Prototype Productions. He earned his master’s degree in Integrated Science and Technology at James Madison University.

2. Mick McCormick, Yale Materials Handling Corporation
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Description: Mick McCormick, Robotics Business Leader at Yale Materials Handling Corporation, has worked in the material handling field for 30 years. He has experience in automated guided vehicles (AGVs), robotics, lift trucks and distribution management. Before his term at the Hyster-Yale Group, he served as director of product management, robotics, business intelligence and information solutions at The Raymond Corporation and as a business integration manager at Toyota Industries. Yale Materials Handling is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of materials handling equipment. They provide products and applications for more than 700 industries, including warehousing, large-capacity cargo and container handling. The operating company Hyster-Yale Group includes three operating divisions at 26 facilities, 13 counties and employs more than 5,000 people.

3. Ben Redwood, 3D Hubs
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Description: Ben Redwood is director of business development at 3D Hubs, headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Founded in 2013, 3D Hubs offers parts prototyping and production to manufacturers using 3D Printing, CNC Machining and Injection Molding. Ben has also served as the director of supply chain, where he grew the 3D Hubs global supply chain across all manufacturing technologies. He began his tenure at 3D Hubs as a technical marketing manager, establishing the 3D Hubs Knowledge Base and authoring the 3D Printing Handbook. Prior to 3D Hubs, Ben was market development engineer at Galvanizers Association of Australia. He received his doctorate in Mechanical Engineering at University of Canterbury.

4. Vasil Hlinka, Awareability Technologies
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Description: Vasil Hlinka CEO of AwareAbility Technologies, an Internet of Things technology company. In addition to consulting with customers on their data capture investments and needs, they produce hardware that can operate in ultra low-power and no-power environments. Before AwareAbility, Vasil held a number of consulting and leadership positions at a number of technology and IT companies. In addition to consulting, his portfolio includes work at Lochbridge, Compuware, and BMW Financial Service. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrics and Electronics Engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

5. Teresa McMahon, Iowa Lean Consortium
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Description: Teresa McMahon, Executive Director of the Iowa Lean Consortium, is a leading authority on change management and organizational performance. She helps members of the Iowa Lean Consortium to increase their proficiency with Lean tools and share best practices to improve their bottom line. Prior to ILC, Teresa was deputy director of the Iowa Department of Economic Development. She served as performance results director for the Iowa Department of Management and has held several positions at the state’s Department of Natural Resources. She received her juris doctorate at the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law and a BS in Business Administration at Creighton University’s Heider College of Business.

6. Steve Phillips, Phillips Precision
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Description: Steve Phillips is the owner of Phillips Precision, located in Boyleston, MA. Founded in 1997, Phillips Precision has grown its machining capabilities and expanded its offerings to rapid prototyping, laser marking, 3D printing and precision milling and turning. Steve is the inventor of the Pitbull Clamp workholding device and Loc-N-Load quick-swap fixture plate system. Prior to Phillips Precision, he worked at Bose Corporation as a model maker and at Saint-Gobain Abrasives and Norton as a machinist. He has an extensive background in CNC machining, inspection, geometric dimensioning & tolerancing, and computer-aided-design.

7. Ritch Ramey, RAMTEC
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Description: Ritch Ramey is the engineering technologies coordinator at the Robotics & Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education Collaborative, or RAMTEC, which provides training to high school students and incumbent workers on industry-standard facilities and equipment. RAMTEC is located at the Tri-Rivers Career Center Advanced Manufacturing facility in Marion, Ohio; other training sites are now located at most career and technology centers throughout the state. Ritch has served Tri-Rivers Career Center since 1987, leading the instruction of high school students in engineering and industrial robotics. He is involved in the Project Leads the Way high school Digital Electronics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing courses. He also teaches industrial robotics, CAD, digital electronics and CNC, among other courses, at Marion Technical College. Ritch received his bachelor of science degree in technology at Bowling Green State University, his vocational education certification at the University of Toledo and his associate degree in manufacturing engineering at Marion Technical College.

8. Will Zell, Nikola Labs
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Description: Will Zell, CEO and Founding Partner of Nikola Labs leads a wireless power company with a far-field technology that converts radio frequency (RF) energy into direct current (DC) power. One of their products that may interest those in manufacturing is a transponder and predictive sensor system that provides predictive maintenance on machines by monitoring temperature and vibration. Will has been at Nikola Labs since 2014. He has founded three technology companies and has had a successful real estate and venture development career, including serving on IKOVE Venture Partners Advisory Board and as managing director of Endeavor Forward, a startup accelerator. He draws from a broad range of experience in communications, organizational development, leadership, branding and innovation.

9. Ron Burton & Avery Caughenbaugh, Transportation Research Center
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Description: Ron Burton is executive vice president of the Transportation Research Center, the largest independent vehicle test facility, research and development, and proving grounds in the U.S. A 32-year veteran, Ron has program management oversight in injury biomechanics, vehicle crash worthiness and biomechanics, advanced crash-avoidance technology, and human factors programs. Ron has been a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers since 1998 and has chaired SAE task groups in active safety and dummy testing and evaluation. He is a key contributor to the design and development of TRC’s 540-acre Smart Mobility Advanced Research and Test Center, or SMARTCenter. Ron received a master’s degree in public administration and a bachelor’s of science degree in business administration from Wright State University. Avery Caughenbaugh has been TRC’s marketing specialist since 2017. Her responsibilities are in customer service, social media, public relations, events and conferences, and facility tours. She began her career at TRC as a Durability Test Driver before she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in strategic communications at Ohio State.

10. Bob Mick, Masters of Global Engineering Leadership
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Description: Bob Mick, Director of Professional & Distance Education Programs at The Ohio State University College of Engineering, leads the online Masters of Global Engineering Leadership program,a professional degree for practicing engineers who want to increase their management acumen and leadership skills along with their technical expertise. The degree is delivered completely online and can be completed in 12 -28 months. Students admitted to the program pursue course work in business leadership, public policy, ethics, accounting, and a technical specializationin automotive systems, welding or additive manufacturing, to name a few.They practice new professional and technical skills by completing a culminating project. Prior to his tenure at the College of Engineering, Bob was a program coordinator for the Executive MBA program and Program Director for the Master of Business Operational Excellence degree, both at the Ohio State Fisher College of Business.

11. Luconda Dager, Velvet Ice Cream Company
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Description: We have a special treat for our podcast listeners! Luconda Dager, President of Velvet Ice Cream Company, at the headquarters located at Ye Olde Mill in Utica, Ohio is the fourth generation of her family to lead the 103-year-old company that distributes more than five million gallons of ice cream each year. Before joining Velvet Ice Cream, Luconda worked several years in the retail fashion industry. She is a frequent speaker and author on dairy industry topics as well as small and family business issues. She serves on the board of directors of the International Dairy Foods Association and the Midwest Dairy Foods Association. In addition, she leads several community philanthropy programs, including the Utica Sertoma Ice Cream Festival and Pelotonia, which benefits cancer research at Ohio State. Luconda was inducted into the Women of Influence in the Food Industry in 2012 and Columbus Business First’s “Forty under Forty” in 2007. She received a bachelor’s degree in business from Xavier University.

12. Ohio Means Internships and Co-ops Program
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Description: The Ohio Means Internships & Co-ops program in Central Ohio that is funded by the Ohio Department of Higher Education is focused on providing students with work experiences in advanced manufacturing. The following two segments capture two OMIC programs from this autumn. The first event you will hear is at an Engineering Career Fair offered at the co-located campuses of Central Ohio Technical College and OSU-Newark. The students were exposed to internship opportunities with area employers and received job-driven training on critical thinking and human relations skills. I interviewed student and industry participants as well as two administrators. The second event was at the INNOVATE-O-thon developed by The Ohio State University Institute for Materials Research. For this particular externship program, student teams focused on a mobility challenge that will help shape DriveOhio’s technology strategy. The students identified value propositions and built business cases for deployment of autonomous vehicles at Ohio State’s campus. The winning team was interviewed, as well as IMR’s director.

13. Bob Graff, Yaskawa America
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Description: Bob Graff, Senior Sales Manager of STEM Education & Workforce Development at Yaskawa America. Yaskawa Motoman, located in Miamisburg, Ohio, produces robotic automation for industry and robotic applications, including arc welding, clean room, coating, material cutting, materials handling, and spot welding. Recently, they have become well-known for their collaborative robot, or co-bot, line. Before Yaskawa, Bob served over 18 years in the education technology industry as an account manager at HMH, a global K-12 learning company, Gateway, Primex Education Solutions, and Apple Computer, among others. He earned his bachelor’s degree in history at the University of Cincinnati. Key terms: robotics and automation, workforce implications, future skills needed in manufacturing

14. Nate Strum, Grow Licking County
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Description: Nate Strum, executive director of Grow Licking County, joined GROW Licking County Community Improvement Corporation in 2015, three years into the CIC’s existence. As executive director, Nate serves as the primary point of contact for business and industry attraction and expansion inquiries about Licking County. Prior to Grow Licking County, Nate served as project manager of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Regional Industrial Development Corporation. He also worked as a business development specialist in Allegheny County and as planner/zoning administrator for the City of Zanesville. In this episode, Nate discusses GROW Licking County Community Improvement Corporation’s recent manufacturing strategic plan and its efforts to develop a supportive ecosystem. We also cover the role of economic development professionals in developing regional business and educational partnerships that can help companies thrive.

15. Bronson Jones, Banner Metal Groups
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Description: Bronson Jones is CEO and owner of Banner Metals Group in Grandview, Ohio. Founded in 1921 as a tool and die company, Banner Metals Group has expanded its offerings to metal stamping, fabrication, welding, CNC machining, laser cutting, and engineering services. Banner Metals manufactures metal products for industries throughout the world, including aerospace and automotive. Bronson took the helm of this family-owned company four years ago, after serving as vice president and general manager for 20 years. Before Banner Metals, he worked at McDonnell Douglas; early on in his career, he was a tool and die maker for Superior Die Tool & Machine Company.

16. Stephanie Kovach and Amy Nelson, Crown Equipment Corporation
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Description: Stephanie Kovach, who is an employee development specialist, and Amy Nelson, who is a manufacturing talent program development specialist, discuss their innovative approaches to workforce development practices at Crown Equipment Corporation. Located in New Bremen, Ohio, Crown Equipment is the fourth largest material handling manufacturer of powered industrial forklift trucks in the worldwith almost $3 billiona yearin worldwide sales. Nelson and Kovach spoke at the Center for Operational Excellence summit to discuss Crown’s approach to sustainable employee development. The Employee Talent Development Process is designed to engage, innovate, and empower workers. By systematically deploying this employee development process and supporting tools, Crown is working to create a continuous talent development culture across the company’s 18 global manufacturing sites. Key topics: talent and human capital, growing workers’ talents, individual development plants, mentorship program.

17. Bob Welsh, Stanley Black & Decker
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Description: A household name, Stanley Black & Decker is a Fortune 500 American manufacturer of industrial tools, household hardware and security products. As Vice President of Breakthrough Innovation for Stanley Black & Decker’s Innovation Accelerator team, Bob Welsh’s focus is to improve and advance SBD’s global innovation processes and impact. Additionally, his team is responsible for the creation, oversight and management of the company’s first employee Makerspace. Bob has held a number of roles at the company and its brands, including Vice President of Industrial Design for Global Tools and VP for Brand Marketing and Industrial Design for DEWALT Powertools. He received an Executive MBA in Management at Loyola University and his bachelor of science in Industrial Design at Ohio State. This segment is sponsored by the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business. Key Topics: innovation hubs as corporate growth strategy, product development and commercialization accelerators, technical education, Manufactory 4.0, and makerspaces

18. Barbara Trautlein, Change Catalysts, LLC
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Description: . Barbara is a faculty member teaching courses on Change Management and Leadership at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. She received her doctorate in philosophy and organizational psychology at the University of Michigan. Key Topics: change intelligence versus IQ or EQ, change leadership issues in manufacturing, women in manufacturing

19. Anjan Contractor, BeeHex
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20. Dan Rockwell, Big Kitty Labs
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21. Sundar Veeraraghavan, UES Inc.
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22. John Brandt, The MPI Group
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23. Jeff Berrie, BerrieHill Research
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24. Robert Handfield, Supply Chain Resource Cooperative
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25. Helen Muga, Pacific Water
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26. Lisa Oswald, Kay Chemical and Mike Dougherty, SmartMulch
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27. Brandon Cornuke, MAGNET Incubation Center
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28. Carla Bailo, Ohio State Assistant VP for Mobility
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29. David Levine, Wireless Environment
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30. Tom Lix, Cleveland Whiskey
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31. Center for Operational Excellence Summit, Part 2
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32. Center for Operational Excellence 2017 Summit, Part 1
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33. Ashley Thompson, 50 Strong
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34. Cheryl Hay, JobsOhio
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35. Cindi Marsiglio, Walmart
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36. [M]Power Interviews
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37. Chris Caplice, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics
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38. Anthony Schlegel, The Difference USA
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39. Sridhar Kota, Director of MForesight
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40. Congressman Tim Ryan
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41. Center for Operational Excellence 2016 Summit
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42. Gary Conley, TechSolve
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43. Pete Buca, Parker Hannifin - Part 2
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44. Pete Buca, Parker Hannifin
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45. Norbert Majerus, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
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46. Peg Pennington, Executive Director, Center for Operational Excellence
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47. Hilary Johnson, Fabrisonic
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48. Nick Pinchuk, Snap-On
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49. Shawn Hendrix, president of Nissen Chemitec America
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50. Dr. David Williams, Dean of the College of Engineering at Ohio State
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51. MAGNET Leaders Ethan Karp, CEO, and Felix Brueck, Chairman
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52. Bob Charleston, T. Marzetti Company
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53. Kenny McDonald, Chief Economic Officer, Columbus 2020
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54. Vance Greene, Clopay Plastic Products
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55. Harry Moser, founder of the Reshoring Initiative
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56. Glenn Daehn, OMI executive director and distinguished Ohio State metallurgy professor
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57. Matthew Roberts, Abbott Nutrition
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58. Ned Hill, dean of Cleveland State University Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
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59. Dave Mayewski, Rockwell Automation
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60. Chuck Speelman, Tri-Rivers Career Center Superintendent
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61. Becky Bach, Anheuser-Busch InBev
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62. Milt Kniss, Autotool
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63. Alex Bandar, founder and CEO, Columbus Idea Foundry
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64. Mark Russell, Worthington Industries
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65. Mark Romanchuk, PR Machine Works
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66. Mark Norfolk, Fabrisonic
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67. Jeff Garlock, Honda North America
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