Pacific Design & Manufacturing includes leaders in CAD/CAM/PDM, contract manufacturing, enterprise technology, linear actuators, optical sensing, sensors, and transducers.
Long established as the primary OEM resource for California’s manufacturing markets, Pacific Design & Manufacturing provides the full spectrum of design, manufacturing and process solutions. Pacific Design & Manufacturing features leading suppliers of CAD/CAM systems and software, enterprise software, rapid prototyping, design services, custom molding, machining and components, fastening and joining systems, and turnkey contract services used in the design and manufacture of a wide range of industrial and high technology products. Major industries in attendance include aerospace and aviation, industrial equipment, automotive and transportation, electronics and computers, medical, instrumentation, consumer products, and more. The show attracts design engineers, senior executives, and manufacturing/production engineers and managers who arrive at the exhibition with active projects seeking solutions and new suppliers.
New to the Pacific Design & Manufacturing show for 2013, the Advanced Manufacturing Seminars are a series of practical educational seminars focused on the latest technologies and process improvement techniques to help you get the most out of your design and manufacturing operations. The Advanced Manufacturing Seminars are designed in a bite-sized, modular format to maximize your tradeshow experience. Pick and choose from 8 expert-led seminars:
Security: How do I Keep my Network Safe and Fully Functional
Robotics: Designing the Factory Floor of Tomorrow
Networking, Wired and Wireless: Communicating Both Internally and Externally
Motors and Motion Control, Including Pneumatics and Hydraulics
Introduction to Rapid Manufacturing: 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing and Rapid Prototyping
Rapid Manufacturing: Current Use, Economic Feasibility and Future Implications
Lean Manufacturing Workshop Part One: Value Stream Flow for Operational Excellence
Lean Manufacturing Workshop Part Two: Creating Mix Model Value Streams