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Steve Aamodt

Manager - National Product Managment, Safety

SICK AG

HQ Phone:  (952) 941-6780

Direct Phone: (612) ***-****direct phone

Email: s***@***.com

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SICK AG

6900 W 110Th St

Minneapolis, Minnesota,55438

United States

Company Description

SICK is one of the world's leading manufacturers of sensors, safety systems, machine vision, encoders and automatic identification products for industrial applications. With more than 3,000 patents, SICK continues to lead the industry in new product innovation...more

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FFJournal.net | On guard

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Steve Aamodt, division manager, safety, for Minneapolis-based Sick Inc., has observed another trend that also is helping to raise safety standards in the metalworking environment and with the use of hydraulic presses and other machines.
"Our goal is to design safety solutions that don't negatively impact machine productivity," says Aamodt. "When an operator pulls a part out of the press or loads a blank, you don't want the press actuating," Aamodt says. "When safety risks are identified and assessed during the design phase, it also helps to reduce costs for customers," says Aamodt. "If a fabricator is running an operation on a hydraulic press, the production or work supervisor can program the light curtain to blank out certain beams to allow material to be fed into the press," says Aamodt. "Light curtain beams can be blanked out to allow material as thin as 14 in. yet instantly detect a finger or hand. A floating blanking safety light curtain allows the production supervisor to blank out a set of beams that "float" anywhere within the length of the safety light curtain to allow material to pass through the safety device to the press operation. The feature can accommodate material variances associated with roll feeding while maintaining safety. In spite of increasing acceptance of safety standards and regulations in the industry, Aamodt still encounters some resistance among operators during retrofit jobs. "It's human nature to resist change," he says. Aamodt brings the need for safety and the value of investing in it closer to home.


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District Officers | Precision Metalforming Association

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Steve Aamodt
Market Manager SICK, Inc. P: (952)941-6780 F: (952)941-9287 Click to download Steve Aamodt's MS Outlook V-Card MEMBER AT LARGE


SICK - About Us - Contact Us - SICK Sales Force - Factory Automation - OEM / Machine Builders

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Steve Aamodt
Market Manager, Mobile Vehicles & Machine Tools Phone: 952-829-4731 Mobile: 612-227-9019 Fax: 952-941-9287 Before joining SICK in 2005, Steve worked at Honeywell for 12 years. He has experience in technical product support, product management and training for the HVAC Industry. He also has experience working as a Channel Manager for both the OEM and Distribution channels for Honeywell's Building Controls group. His focus at SICK over the last 3 years has been marketing safety solutions to the machine tools industry. As of 2008, Steve has added responsibility for the business development of the Mobile Vehicle in addition to the Machine Tool markets. Steve has a B.A. degree from the University of Minnesota in Business and Economics. Steve resides in the Minneapolis area.


PMA Twin Cities District | Officers

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Steve AamodtSICK Inc.Phone: 952-829-4731Fax: 952-829-4746


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