September 20, 2016 | Lucky Labrador Taproom
Hello all, We kick off September and the 2016-17 programming year with an overview of Micro-fabrication of Bio-Microfluidic devices and their application from Thomas Storey, an Alumni of the University of Portland, and recent Master's graduate from the University of Notre Dame. Thomas has recently moved to Oregon and is looking for an engaging and challenging career in Engineering.
September 15, 2015 | Benchmark Knives
Join us at Benchmark Knives for a presentation and factory tour. This event is also the chapter meeting for the month of September. Please RSVP for the tour at firstname.lastname@example.org
November 20, 2015 | University of Portland
What happened? Why did it break? How did this leak? Who's responsible? What about the other 100,000 parts that are still in service? Should we recall? Is it bad material? Did it break in tension or torsion? Was it a bad weld? Does the material meet spec? Was it heat treated correctly? Was it overloaded? Overheated? Corroded? Over torqued? A thorough analysis of failed parts by a trained and experienced investigator can lead to improved reliability, improved designs, and even cost savings. ASM Oregon is offering Introduction to Failure Analysis to help area Engineers, Manufacturers, Designers, and other interested individuals understand the value of a thorough analysis of failures. During this class, students will gain an understanding of failure analysis techniques and learn specific skills that will help them determine when failure analysis is appropriate, what information can be gained, what background information is required, what samples are required, and what specific techniques are generally used to complete an accurate analysis.