AGMA Reveals 2023 Fall Technical Meeting Speakers

AUGUST 25, 2023 – ALEXANDRIA, VA – The American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA) has released the full 2023 Fall Technical Meeting (FTM) schedule. The 2023 FTM will be in Detroit, Michigan from October 16 through October 18.

The 2023 FTM is divided into five sessions, each of which delves into different facets of the gear industry. They are as follows:

  • Session 1: Efficiency, Lubrication, Noise & Vibration
  • Session 2: Materials & Heat Treatment
  • Session 3: Gear Wear & Failure
  • Session 4: Manufacturing, Inspection, Testing & Quality Control
  • Session 5: Application, Design & Rating

The speakers for each session, as well as each speaker’s company or university affiliation and paper abstract, can be found on the FTM webpage in the event’s full schedule. Receptions, breaks, and other important event information are also listed there. 

“We’re very excited to show off this year’s lineup of presenters to prospective attendees,” stated Amir Aboutaleb, VP, Technical Division. “Each presentation underwent a rigorous, double-blind peer review process, and we’re confident that these presentations are showcasing the cutting-edge research happening right now in the gear industry.” 

The 2023 FTM is co-located with the 2023 Motion + Power Technology Expo (MPT Expo) in Detroit, which offers unique networking and business value for attendees to hear about the latest technology while seeing it on the show floor. Tickets for the 2023 FTM include entry to MPT Expo.

For more information, please contact carroll@agma.org

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About AGMA

The American Gear Manufacturers Association is a voluntary association of companies, consultants and academicians with a direct interest in the design, manufacture and application of gears, couplings and related power transmission components and equipment. The members include gear manufacturers from the United States, Mexico and Canada, as well as gearing interests from more than 30 countries around the world. AGMA is accredited by the American National Standards Institute to write all U.S. standards on gearing. AGMA is also the Secretary for Technical Committee 60 of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). TC 60 is the committee responsible for developing all international gearing standards. In addition to the holding the position of Secretariat, AGMA convenes the active ISO Working Groups related to gear inspection and testing.