The Metalworking Manufacturing & Production (MMP) and Design Engineering (DEX) Expo is a series of one day regional table-top trade shows where engineers, product developers, machine builders and systems integrators can discuss, network, and solicit advice on the latest technologies and applications that drive their businesses.
Why YOU should attend
- MEET face-to-face with Javelin and get your technical questions answered
- CONNECT with suppliers and develop new leads for your business
- ENGAGE in an approachable, friendly atmosphere
- EXPERIENCE easy and no maze-like halls
- SEE our new products and services
- Metal 3D Printers from Desktop Metal
- Plastic FDM and PolyJet 3D Printers from Stratasys
- 3D Printing Post Processing Machines from PostProcess
- Artec 3D Scanners for reverse engineering
- SOLIDWORKS metalworking and production software solutions including CAD, Simulation, Injection Molding Analysis, PDM, CAM/Knowledge Based Engineering (KBE), Inspection and Model Based Definition (MBD).
- Learn about our SOLIDWORKS Services, SOLIDWORKS Sheet Metal Service and SOLIDWORKS training courses
- ENJOY FREE PARKING on-site
- FREE REGISTRATION
Who and what will be at Winnipeg DEX
The Design Engineering Expo attracts regional buying influences in design, research & development, engineering, purchasing, management, maintenance, production, operations, service, etc. Products and solutions on display include CAD/CAE, additive manufacturing, reverse engineering, motors, drives, motion control, automation, fluid power, power transmission, adhesives & fastener solutions and much more.
Manufacturing in Manitoba: Staying Competitive
Presented by: Amy May, General Manager, Boeing Canada Winnipeg
In her keynote address, Ms. May will delve into issues critical to all Canadian manufacturers, including:
- The importance of the manufacturing industry in Manitoba
- How Boeing addresses the age gap by being a top employer of young people
- How Boeing keeps their top talent and manages a diverse workforce
- How Boeing ensures first-time quality on all parts they produce
- How the aerospace giant ensures safety within the workplace
Ms. May also holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in industrial engineering and is a Certified Professional Ergonomist. During her career at Boeing Canada, she has worked as an industrial ergonomist supporting Boeing Fabrication’s 737 and 757 programs.
She also supported the 787 airplane design, where she and her teammates patented a “method for managing ergonomic risk exposure in manufacturing.” Ms. May later moved on to management roles overseeing Environment, Health and Safety and most recently served as Director of Boeing Workplace Safety.
Date and Time
Wednesday April 3, 2019
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM PDT
Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre, 1808 Wellington Ave., Winnipeg, MB., R3H 0G3
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