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NOTE FROM THE CHAIR – CALL FOR ASQ CHARLESTON LEADERSHIP CANDIDATES:

I would like to take this time to provide an update to our membership on the status of ASQ Charleston as it relates to the ASQ Transformation.  I encourage our membership to take the time to review the attached ppt which explains the what/how/why of the current transformation of ASQ.  Please click here for the ppt.

It is my intention to resign as your Chair on September 1st, 2018.  This was an extremely difficult decision for me as I have just assumed the chair responsibility at the beginning of 2018.  We have had a great program thus far in 2018 and I thank all of those who have provided their support to ASQ Charleston.  2018 marks the first year our Section has awarded our ASQ Student Scholarship to two worthy applicants. A special thanks to ASQ Charleston’s extended Leadership including our officers and our committee chairs.

So where does this leave our Section?  There is currently no Vice Chair/Chair Elect.  Our Secretary has recently moved away from Charleston and would only be able to provide support remotely through the end of the year.  Our treasurer has no desire to continue his duties past the end of this year.  This means ASQ Charleston will dissolve if no others wish to step up and provide leadership for our Section.  If you are interested in learning more about this leadership opportunity or have any other questions regarding the transformation, please reach out to me to discuss.  (asqcharleston1122@gmail.com)

Again, please let me know if you have interest in providing Leadership to our Section.  In the event no one takes the initiative to become our Section’s future Chair, our August Membership Meeting will be our last meeting for the foreseeable future.  Thank you all for your support this year.

Warm regards,

Karl J. Krull


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RESCHEDULED FROM MAY – ASQ Charleston August Membership Meeting, Speaker – Chris Duchaine, TriMech

Date: Thursday, August 30th, 2018
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Location: TRIMECH 146 Fairchild St., Suite 180 Charleston, SC 29492

RSVP/registration link to follow!

Speaker Bio: Chris Duchaine is an Elite Application Engineer and has 10 years engineering experience using CAD to design mechanical and electromechanical systems in the industrial equipment industry. He has worked for over 7 years for SOLIDWORKS Value-Added Resellers and at TriMech. TriMech delivers technology, services, and people to our engineering, manufacturing, and product design clients, which results in stronger, more profitable businesses.  Also member of Society of manufacturing engineers, and Chair-Elec Greater Charleston Chapter 430.

Title:  Capture a part 3D scan data, and then past the data through a fully automated comprehensive metrology process.

Presentation Outline: During the presentation Mr. Duchaine will show you an overview using the Artec 3D scanner to quickly capture a part 3D data.  We can pass quickly through the process assembling the scan data using Artec Studio 12 to create an object file. Then we can take the objects scan data into Geomagic Control X is a comprehensive metrology software platform.  Here we can make direct comparison by analyze 3D model data to the 3D scan data. Finally, set up a fully automated inspection process.

Agenda:

5:30pm – Arrive

5:45pm – Chapter Topics

6 pm – Speaker Presentation

 


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