Joe Gibbs Racing and ROUSH to Highlight amerimold 2012 Keynote Presentations

amerimold – the event for tool & moldmaking, injection molding and additive manufacturing – has announced keynote addresses highlighting this year’s two-day tradeshow and technical conference taking place June 13-14 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, MI.

Presenters include Harry Moser, Founder, Reshoring Initiative; Mark Bringle, Technical Sponsor and Marketing Director, Joe Gibbs Racing; Gary Jurick, VP and General Manager, ROUSH Performance Products; and Bill Wood, President, Mountaintop Economics.

Speaking about this year’s featured presenters, amerimold conference director, Christina Fuges noted, “The keynote presentations are always a highlight of amerimold. To be able to feature four presenters with the perspective and expertise of Harry, Mark, Bill and Gary is really exciting and will certainly bring added value and energy to this year’s show.”

On Wednesday, June 13th, Harry Moser will open the show with a panel discussion on “How to Bring Back Manufacturing.” Moser’s presentation will focus on the Reshoring Initiative, which aims to bring manufacturing work back by assisting companies in more accurately assessing the total cost of offshoring.

The day’s featured keynote, “Technology Driving Concept to Car,” will examine a program allowing Joe Gibbs Racing to take a concept on Monday to the racetrack on Wednesday using advanced CAE tools, FDM, Metrology and CNC machines. Mark Bringle will deliver this noon, NASCAR-themed presentation just days before a Sprint Cup race at nearby Michigan International Speedway.

On Thursday, June 14th, Gary Jurick, ROUSH Performance Products, will open the show with a presentation titled, “Vertical Integration - Designing and Manufacturing the 2013 ROUSH Mustang.” Jurick’s session will discuss the benefits of ROUSH’s start-to-finish manufacturing capabilities through an examination of the design and build of the ROUSH Mustang.

Day two’s lunch keynote will feature Bill Wood, President, Mountaintop Economics and Research. Woods presentation, “How to Consume Competitiveness,” will look at market trends and economic forecasts that will empower manufacturers to more intelligently and profitably run their business.

amerimold keynotes take place in the exhibit hall and are open to all registrants.

Registration for amerimold is now open. Discounted conference rates and complimentary exhibit hall passes are available now through May 15th.

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