Don’t Miss SOLIDWORKS Live: Manufacturing

What defines manufacturing?  Is a building one single product?  Is it that “aha” moment we always see in the movies with an 80’s style montage to magically build it? Or could it be that manufacturing is the pursuit of customer satisfaction and the drive to improve not only ourselves but for other businesses as well?

If you believe the latter (which I do), then you will love participating in our next Manufacturing Live event on LinkedIn starting at 11AM ET on July 6th.  We will be talking with Manufacturing expert Jason Jacobson from Brehmer Manufacturing, locate in Lyons, Nebraska.

Who is Brehmer?  That is a good question; they have been designing and manufacturing components from Agriculture to tire recycling since 1974.  Throughout that time, they have refined design and manufacturing processes to help others be successful.  From farmers and ranchers to companies trying to deal with that massive issue of old tires and the environment, the company has refined the craft of design and manufacturing.

A few of the areas the company has focused on over the years are:

Fertilizer Tenders to ensure farmers are efficient and responsible as possible when applying fertilizer on their fields to feed the world.

Hog Equipment ensures the animals get the water and feed they need to stay healthy and sterile; and last, but not least,

Tire recycling equipment ranging from breaking the beads from the rims to cutting tires and baling them to be recycled efficiently.

As you can see, manufacturing is more than building widgets. When done correctly, it truly can be the pursuit of customer satisfaction and the drive to improve ourselves and other businesses, which also happens to be the motto of Brehmer for more than 45 years.

If you want to know more about what makes Brehmer Manufacturing successful, please tune into the SOLIDWORKS LinkedIn page at 11AM ET July 6th to ask questions and hear from Jason Jacobson, one of the Brehmer manufacturing experts!

Mike Buchli

Mike Buchli

Michael Buchli has 20 years of design and manufacturing experience throughout the Midwest ranging from Aerospace to recycling systems. A number of those years were spent learning and understanding workflows and processes to improve efficiency and productivity. From running CNC equipment to welding and painting Michael has been hands-on in all aspects of bringing products to market. Michael is also certified in many areas of mfg and a CSWP. He has also written the CAMWorks Handbook.