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Every time a machine breaks down, forces you to scrap a part or doesn't perform as promised, you're losing money. Even the smallest imperfection in a machine's operation chips away at productivity and profitability.

In this webinar, Methods will show you why preventative maintenance (also called planned maintenance or PM) and machine monitoring tools are critical to identifying and resolving machine failures before they occur. Eliminating machine breakdowns and running your equipment at 100% efficiency is foundational for a successful machine shop. These fundamentals will help you take on more jobs, reduce your costs and manufacture higher-quality parts. If you don't schedule regular maintenance, your equipment will schedule it for you.

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  • When is the best time to schedule PM?
  • Is it better to outsource PM?
  • What are the key components and variables that you need to monitor?
  • What do I need to have on hand?
  • How to design a PM schedule to reduce your costs
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Terry Thomas
Service Manager
Terry Thomas is a senior service engineer at Methods Machine Tools, based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. Since joining Methods in 1996, Terry has helped thousands of customers maximize the lifespan of their machine tools while leading teams of Methods' factory-trained technicians at the Charlotte Technical Center who keep spindles turning across the Southeast.
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