Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) August 1, 2005 -
Â Minco, (http://www.Minco.com) a designer and manufacturer of critical components for critical thermal applications, today announced that, in response to growing client desire to foster strong relationships with Minco as a premier thermal component supplier, it will partner with Machine Design Magazine to conduct a one-hour educational Webcast.
The Webcast, scheduled for 1 p.m. Central/2 p.m. Eastern on September 21 is entitled, ÂFive critical tips on how to avoid design constraints and get the most out of your thermal component supplierÂ. Registrations are taking place at: http://www.machinedesign.com/md/minco
ÂFor the OEM design engineer, there is no crystal ball foretelling thermal design challenges that may develop into project delays and added costs,Â said Brian Williams, Minco Marketing Manager. ÂThe goal of our ÂFive Critical TipsÂ Webcast is to bring design and manufacture best practices, developed through years of hands-on Minco experience, to engineers in order to help them avoid redesign mid-development.Â
The Webcast emphasizes five critical tips designed to help engineers avoid design constraints and achieve greater efficiency. Three case studies of Medical Instrument, Phone Cell, and Auto Fuel Cell applications will be presented in order to illustrate the power of collaboration, either directly or indirectly, with a thermal component supplier.
Webcast tips will encourage thermal engineers to evaluate the effectiveness of installation scope, operation and storage environmental conditions as well as opportunities for component integration.
"Webcasts can be valuable sources of tutorial information for our readers,Â said Lee Teschler, Executive Editor of Machine Design. ÂReaders can sit at their desks and get the benefit of insights from experts without having to travel or to take an inordinate amount of time out of their day. That's why we encourage our readers to sit in on events like this one".
Minco designs, manufactures and markets critical components for critical applications. The company is unsurpassed in its ability to integrate and assemble flexible ThermofoilÂ Heaters, Flex Circuits, Sensors and Instruments into a single component for greater efficiency. Minco helps companies minimize the risk of product failure by providing highly reliable components and expert design services.
Register today at http://www.machinedesign.com/md/minco
952 400 0234