June 27, 9:45 AM at the Hyatt Regency, Chicago, IL
Milwaukee, WI – In-Place Machining Company is pleased to announce that Jonathan Eder, PE will be presenting “Development and Underwater Testing of a 12 Axis Heavy-Duty Cutting Machine” at the American Nuclear Society Annual Meeting in Chicago at 9:45 AM on June 27. Mr. Eder’s presentation is part of the Decommissioning, Decontamination & Reutilization (DD&R 2012) Embedded Topical Meeting track at the ANS Conference. He will be discussing design and development of the iVRS Heavy Duty Cutting Machine that In-Place Machining Company recently designed and built to segment the Zion Power Station reactor internals. His presentation will highlight how project and site constraints influenced the design, development, and underwater testing of the machine.
In addition to designing and building the machines, In-Place Machining Company worked with its customer Siempelkamp Nuclear Services to test the iVRS in IPM’s state-of-the-art 160,000 gallon underwater testing pit. IPM’s testing facility features a high capacity filtration system, 480V power, underwater lighting and 45 ton overhead crane capacity.
Mr. Eder is President of In-Place Machining Company, Milwaukee, WI, where he serves in both a technical and administrative capacity. During his tenure Mr. Eder has grown the company almost threefold, and has positioned it as a world leader in the design and development of specialized remote machining systems, and as a provider of precision on-site measurement and machining services.
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