electronics podcast, Industrail, IoT Wearable, Jeff Doong, Kinetic, MacroFab, macrofab engineering podcast, Matt Glazer, MEP, Scaling Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management
Podcast
149

MEP EP #149: PEE-can Verse puh-KAHN – Scaling up Electronics with KINETIC

Podcast Notes

  • Matt Glazer
    • Lead electrical engineer at KINETIC
    • Building IoT wearables for the industrial workforce by day and building electric long-boards by night
    • Obsessed with space and can talk hours on end about the current state of space technology
  • Jeff Doong
    • Head of manufacturing at KINETIC
    • In charge of making sure current products are manufactured correctly and new products are designed to efficiently scale
    • If he wasn’t at KINETIC, he’d be a farmer back home in California
  • KINETIC
    • What is KINETIC?
      • Last time we had KINETIC on the podcast it was episode #53 with Aditya and Mijael. What has changed since February 2017?
      • Product has a name now. Now longer called the device.
    • Expand a bit more on what you two do at KINETIC?
    • Any major engineering challenges yall had to overcome since the last prototype?
    • KINETIC has been expanding to scale up manufacturing. What were some of the engineering changes needed to do so?
    • Supply Chain management?
    • Case Study on the MacroFab website

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Jeff Doong and Matt Glazer of KINETIC. In an ideal world Matt will send Jeff to terraform Mars.

Jeff Doong and Matt Glazer of KINETIC. In an ideal world Matt will send Jeff to terraform Mars.

 

The "GORE VENT" that enables pressure equalization between the outside and inside of the enclosure. Keeps the relative waterproof rating of the enclosure intact.

The “GORE VENT” that enables pressure equalization between the outside and inside of the enclosure. Keeps the relative waterproof rating of the enclosure intact.

 

KINETIC's Lego style assembly instructions. If only more product designs had these!

KINETIC’s Lego style assembly instructions. If only more product designs had these!


Special thanks to whixr over at Tymkrs for the intro and outro!