Jeff is an Inventor® certified Professional user. He owns a successful company that has provided custom built machinery and automation systems for 32 years.
His clientele includes companies that produce products used in every facet of our lives: Medical, Commercial, Aerospace, and Automotive.
Jeff has been a featured speaker at several Autodesk events including AU and World Press Day. He is an animated speaker who teaches as well as entertains.
In addition to designing machinery, he is a guest lecturer at SUNY Farmingdale University for CAD and CNC machining, on the board of advisers for the Engineering and Manufacturing curriculum, co-chairs an Autodesk user’s group, and coaches a Robotics First team.
Jeff is also an independent consultant offering training and engineering services.
Some of the world’s top robot innovators recently gathered at an expo in New York to show off their best machine workers.
Meet the Newest Robots Joining the Work Force
Some of the world’s largest robot makers recently gathered at the Robo Universe expo in New York City to show off their best working machines. (VOA) More info >>
PMTS 2015 – US ROBOTICS ROBOT ON OMNITURN GT-75
We had our Systems Integrator, “Ivan Rodas”
and our Sales Representative, “Mike Pasko” at the 2015 PMTS show – booth 1022.
Precision Metal Forming Association: Jeff Richlin Speaks on Simple Automation
Jeff Richlin spoke on the topic
“Simple Automation: The Goal”
Jeff Richlin and 21st Century Manufacturing and Automation at the Axis Automation Expo
April 24, 2015
Jeff Richlin will be one of the featured speakers at the New York – Axis Automation Expo to be held Friday, April 24, 2015 from 8:30am to 3:30pm at the Hilton Long Island in Melville, New York. The theme of the event is “21st Century Manufacturing and Automation,” something we are living every day here at Richlin. More info >>
Richlin in Booth 1022 at the 2015 Precision Machining Technology Show
April 21 through April 23 2015
Richlin will be exhibiting at the 2015 PMTS show in Columbus, Ohio from April 21 through April 23. The Precision Machining Technology Show is co-presented by the Precision Machined Products Association and the Production Machining and Modern Machine Shop. We look forward to meeting the 5,000+ attendees and sharing insights at one of the world’s largest gatherings of manufacturing professionals across industries. More info>>
(PMA) Precision Metal Forming Association
March 18, 2015
Jeff Richlin Speaks on Simple Automation – His simple automation presentation covered:More info >>
Manufacturing Business Technology Article
Richlin Machinery Taps 3D Design, Recasting Itself as Custom Builder
Manufacturers of all sizes constantly revitalize their operations to remain competitive. In product development, technologies such as digital prototyping and digital manufacturing help companies see how products will be manufactured well before they’re built. For on midsize engineering-focused company, the idea of “digital prototyping” supported a transformational change in its business model. More info >>
Automation in a Production Shop
With the advent of computer-based tools, applying automation to the production shop floor has become feasible for a wide demographic of metal working shops. It’s affordable, increasingly doable in-house, and in many businesses, it is absolutely necessary for survival. More info >>
Richlin Machinery taps 3D design, recasting itself as custom builder
Manufacturers of all sizes constantly revitalize their operations to remain competitive. In product development, technologies such as digital prototyping and digital manufacturing help companies see how products will be manufactured well before they’re built. For one midsize engineering-focused company, the idea of “digital prototyping” supported a transformational change in its business model.
By Roberto Michel, senior contributing editor – More info >>
Digital Prototyping – Concept to Reality
By: Jeffrey Rowe
Despite the tremendous progress made in 3D modeling over the past 20 years, most companies continue to create physical prototypes as a major part of their product development process. For some time, most manufacturers have realized that something else was needed to move beyond 3D geometry and physical prototypes. These same manufacturers, in addition to several MCAD vendors, acknowledged that further progress in the digital design process could take place only when the 3D CAD model is extended beyond just 3D geometry to provide a comprehensive digital representation of the product — including its physical properties, underlying engineering principles, and functional characteristics. – More info >>
Richlin Machinery More Competitive with Autodesk Inventor
Digital Prototypes Help Leading Manufacturer Reduce Engineering and Sales Cycles from Weeks to Days – More info >>