Welcome to EECO Ask’s Why – A podcast that dives into industrial manufacturing topics and spotlights the heroes that keep America running. On this weekly podcast, we do not cover the latest features and benefits on products that come to market. Instead, we focus on advice and insight from the top minds of industry because people and ideas will be how America remains number one in manufacturing in the world.
069. Hero - Matt Hussey, Low Voltage Motor Control Center Product Manager at Eaton
Our hero, Matt Hussey, grew up in the Pittsburg area and graduated from the University of Pittsburg with a degree in Mechanical Engineering (side note his minor is Nuclear Engineering which means he loves a challenge). In this episode Matt walks us thru...
068. Idea - Benefits of Manufacturing Digitalization
Sit back and dream for a minute about what areas of your manufacturing process could be enhanced if it had a digital solution. Perhaps items such as scheduling are still being done via a manual process. What if there were options available to enhance...
067. Hero - Brett Melancon, Electrical Project Engineer at Bühler Motor
Brett Melancon is a rising star in Engineering and shares his passion for industry. He loves technology in electric vehicles and had opportunities in his career to grow his knowledge in that space. Currently at Bühler he's working on many projects and...
066. Idea - Defining Digital Transformation for Manufacturing
Companies that embrace digital transformation will be able to attract great talent in the future. That in itself should be enough to get everyone on the train. In this episode Tessa Myers unpacks how companies can begin a digital transformation...
065. Hero - Jack Lawson, Board Member and former President/CEO at EECO
If you're looking for inspiration this conversation hits the mark. Jack Lawson shares many lessons and stories he had throughout his stellar career. Jack served as the President and CEO at EECO and was able the lead through several areas of...
064. Power Series - Load Flow Study
A load flow study (LFS) determines proper loading as well as whether the proper voltage is maintained at each circuit due to voltage drop. In simpler terms, it helps to determine how much current load you have and whether the equipment is overloaded or...
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