Würth Industry North America (WINA), the leading industrial distributor of supply chain solutions for fasteners, MRO and safety equipment, announced that they will be launching a new Engineering YouTube Series called Würth Knowing on March 10th. The series’ first season, delivered in 15-20 minute episodes on WINA’s YouTube channel, shares Würth’s expertise on fastener-related topics. In season two, Würth plans to expand beyond fasteners to cover a wide range of industry-related topics promoting education and innovation in the industry.
Würth Knowing, inspired by Würth Industry North America’s industry-renowned Fastener Academy training, dives into topics related to fastener engineering, bolted joint design, and fastener assembly. From basic to complex concepts—discussion, demonstrations, testing, and even a funny story or two help us learn and understand the science behind fastening! Join our very own Randy Lammers, Technical Instructor, and Aaron Keevan, Applications Engineer, in Randy’s Texas workshop to discover what’s Würth Knowing.
Meet the Hosts:
Randy Lammers | Technical Instructor
What is your favorite part of your job?
I enjoy utilizing the vast experience I’ve obtained over the last 40-plus years to teach what I have learned. It’s particularly inspiring to see someone’s lightbulb come on when they finally comprehend a concept or point being taught.
Aaron Keevan | Applications Engineer
What has been your favorite part of creating Würth Knowing?
It has been so awesome to collaborate with my fellow fastener nerd Randy, our marketing folks, and video production crew to transition complex technical fastener concepts into fun and engaging video content. I really loved the design process to create the physical set. It started as collaborative ideas on paper, and most of our ideas were successfully transformed into reality.
Würth Industry North America’s new Engineering YouTube series, Würth Knowing, premieres on March 10th, 2 PM EST!
Würth Knowing Series Trailer
Torque and Friction | Würth Knowing Ep. 1
Randy and Aaron teach us about the relationship between torque and friction. Learn why it’s important to understand the unique frictional factors of each application, and how they determine what torque to use when applying a fastener.
Episode 2: Control Friction to Control Clamp Load | March 10, 2021 at 2 p.m. EST/11 a.m. PST.
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ABOUT: WÜRTH INDUSTRY NORTH AMERICA
Würth Industry North America (WINA) is a $1 billion division of the Würth Group, the world’s largest fastener distribution company. As a part of the Würth Group founded in 1945, WINA is a privately held, family-owned business that believes collaboration and partnerships make better business. They have strategically aligned a collective of companies: Würth Action Bolt, Würth Adams, Würth Additive Group, Würth Des Moines Bolt, Würth House of Threads, Würth Industry Canada, Würth Industry de Mexico, Würth Revcar, Würth Service Supply, Würth Snider, Würth SW Industry (Würth Brazil), Würth Timberline, Marine Fasteners, Northern Safety & Industrial, Oliver H. Van Horn, and Weinstock Bros., consisting of more than 110 locations across North America that allow industries to have better planning, parts management, and inventory accuracy. As industry solution drivers, WINA works together onsite by offering products and services such as 3D printing and additive services, digital Kanban, construction services, engineering assistance, quality control, inventory management, vending, safety supplies, kitting and assembly, structural fasteners, and MRO/industrial supplies. With over 420,000 parts in their international supply chain, WINA not only provides each customer with an extensive global reach but also a local feel from a deep investment in an ever-expanding network of North American locations across the United States, Canada, and Mexico.