Demystifying Material Removal Automation
July 28, 2020
Noon – 1 PM ET
Explore applications that highlight how all the pieces work together and what factors you need to consider to get it right.
Sarah began her 3M career in 2001 after graduating from University of California Berkeley with a PhD in Chemistry. She developed new materials in 3M’s Corporate Research Laboratory and started with the Abrasives Systems Division in 2007. Her contributions to ASD include both process development and product development for 3M™ Cubitron™ II Abrasives. Currently, Sarah is an Abrasives Systems Division Global Application Engineer focused on designing robotic abrasive solutions for grinding, blending, sanding, finishing, and deburring of cast and forged parts.
Tim Burns joined ATI Industrial Automation in 2016 as a design engineer where he worked extensively with ATI’s Robotic Deburring Tools and Tool Changers. He has since become an Applications Engineer in ATI’s Material Removal Product Group where he focuses on identifying solutions for customers and developing product support programs. He is passionate about bringing material removal to ATI’s diverse customer base and building partnerships with motivated integrators. Tim is a graduate of Duke University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.