2015 01 29  |  NEWS

Learn more about reliability and control - create better products

In March, NCAB Sweden will hold two seminars about reliability and control. The seminars will take place in Stockholm on the 10th of March and in Lund, 11th of March. Guest speakers will be Cheryl Tulkoff, DfR Solutions and Emma Hudson, UL.

There are a lot of everyday challenges to make the optimum product, not only from a component perspective but also in choice of materials, structures and adaptation for efficient production. At NCAB Group we believe that the more you know about these topics, the better products you can create. It also becomes more profitable when you do not have to troubleshoot and redesign.

The seminar will be held mainly in English and is free of charge.

DOWNLOAD MATERIAL FROM THE SEMINAR (PDF):
SEMINAR INTRODUCTION - RIKARD WALLIN »
DFR SOLUTIONS INTRODUCTION - DOCK BROWN »
DFR SOLUTIONS DFX - DOCK BROWN »
PROCESSKONTROLL - KENNETH JONSSON »
UL - EMMA HUDSON »
UL AT NCAB - ANNA LOTHSSON »

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