SMED Training Near St. Louis

SMED Training
Single Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED) training enables St. Louis students to increase efficiency by reducing downtime associated with setting up new parts or changing a process over to run a different part.
Price $299
Duration 1 day
Class Size4 - 8 students
Start Day
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CitySt. Louis, MO

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About SMED Training

Single Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED) training enables St. Louis students to increase efficiency by reducing downtime associated with setting up new parts or changing a process over to run a different part.

The faster you can set up a new part to be machined, or change over to a completely different part can have big impact on operational efficiency.

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Description

This location is just west of St. Louis in Clayton on the 11th floor of a renovated 24-story prestige building in Clayton; recognized for its quality of life. Set in beautifully landscaped grounds, that include a private veranda and revitalized plaza, the building features marble-walled communal areas, an impressive lobby and tall solar gray-glass windows. Various energy efficiency enhancements have shrunk the property's carbon footprint. The business center is highly accessible being only 10 minutes away from Lambert-St Louis International Airport and Highways 40 and 170.

Testimonials

Read what our students and clients have to say.

David S.
David S.
Design Supervisor
HVAC


Our Master Black Belt introduced improved quality and manufacturing processes. Our company was moving to become ISO certified. He and I, plus one other, came from the automotive side and certified in ISO. Further, we had QS experience which was a more concentrated standard to allow all automotive companies to work to the same quality and manufacturing standard. He was also familiar with TS quality standards.