Graham Immerman

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Vice President of Marketing for MachineMetrics

Graham Immerman is Vice President of Marketing for MachineMetrics, a venture-backed manufacturing analytics platform. Graham has quickly become an authority on digital transformation and the application of IIoT technology for the manufacturing industry. An accomplished leader and experienced start-up veteran with an integrated background in digital, social, traditional, account-based marketing, growth strategies, and business development. Graham spent his early career working on Madison Ave. at global and boutique marketing firms to help craft successful digital marketing strategies for brands like Adidas, Reebok, H&RBlock, and Starbucks.

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What Does Quality Control Do In Manufacturing? Quality control is a process that uses best practices, strict adherence to standards, and specifications to deliver products without defects. With tight quality control (QC) measures, companies can better manage costs, reduce waste, and

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Every industry encounters risks in managing its manufacturing environment. These risks can impact cost efficiency and undermine competitiveness. Here are some of the risks associated with legacy management solutions such as ERP and MES. 1. Budget Risks Budget is always a concern

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While no tool lasts forever, there are many factors affecting tool life. Here are a few methods to reduce tool wear and tear and to increase tool life. How to improve tool life 1. Use Appropriate Speeds and Feeds While the cutting tool

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Mayville Engineering Company (MEC) is a leading U.S.-based contract manufacturer that provides a broad range of prototyping and tooling, production fabrication, coating, assembly and aftermarket services, with a total of 20 facilities across seven states. MEC’s mission to create as much

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IIoT initiatives can be major projects involving millions in custom development and integrations, years of work, and collaboration across all levels and departments of an organization. However, the result of such an approach is often a large, bulky, difficult-to-implement IoT “initiative”

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The World Health Organization’s (WHO) announcement about Covid – 19 reaching pandemic levels triggered responses across the industrial world. In industrial manufacturing, shop floor activity hit its lowest levels since the Second World War and in many cases manufacturing facilities

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To fully understand what Industrial IoT can do for operational efficiency, one must take a holistic view of its benefits.  As previously discussed, Industrial IoT involves the connectivity of all aspects of a factory’s assets. This includes production equipment, inventory,

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The last two and a half centuries have brought about stunning changes in industrial productivity.  With each passing generation, new and more advanced equipment and methodologies have arrived on scene to push production capabilities to new heights.  And as each

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The Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) space is hot right now, as manufacturing represents perhaps the largest greenfield opportunity left for digitization. Yet, IoT platform implementations have historically had a high rate of failure within this vertical. What’s contributing to these