Mutz brings over 25+ years of technology integration experience to Eagle Thread Verifier. One of his first initiatives is to bring fully integrated plant floor quality reporting to users of the ETV system. As CIO for Eagle Thread Verifier, Mutz plans to provide new functionality to the 21-year old thread verification system such as data collection, data mining, monitoring and control components, and quality reports. Quality metrics will be captured for business and quality reporting to provide visibility to product life cycle and overall quality of end products manufactured.
“We’re very excited to have Ed join the team here at Eagle Thread Verifier. His technology and integration management experience is critical to providing world-class quality systems for our customers,” said Gordon Taylor, President, Eagle Thread Verifier.
Mutz’s leadership and management experience is deep and diverse working in senior IT management positions integrating software solutions for SupplySolution and Strategic Connections and industry leading IT services companies such as HP and several major automotive manufacturers and tier ones including GM, Chrysler, TRW, Textron and Delphi.
Simple to install in single and multi-spindle arrangements, the Eagle Thread Verifier (ETV) can be used to automatically prevent improperly tapped holes from reaching assembly, saving production time and cost. The ETV reliably and consistently completes test cycles in seconds, adding no time to existing production cycles, and avoids the errors of manual gauging and inspection. Manufacturers interested in receiving product specifications for the Eagle Thread Verifier system should contact ETV at (586) 764-8218 or visit www.eaglethreadverifier.com.
About Eagle Thread Verifier, LLC
Eagle Thread Verifier is a patented automatic thread gauge that catches 99% of all thread problems in any manufacturing process, including removing weld spatter in projected welded nuts. ETV is designed to operate in the rigorous production environment of coolant and chips, preventing improperly tapped parts from reaching final assembly. Over 50 million thread testing cycles have been conducted by the ETV system in manufacturing facilities throughout the U.S. The company, an Automation Alley member, is headquartered in Sterling Heights, Michigan. For more information, visit www.eaglethreadverifier.com or call (586) 764-8218.