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Manufacturing Talk Radio is a weekly Talk Radio Podcast broadcast to manufacturers of all sizes across the globe. Show host, Lew Weiss, and co-host, Tim Grady, present breaking manufacturing news and tackle business trends and economic forecasts in manufacturing for small, medium and large manufacturers across the globe.


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Episode 423: Jump Into Industry 4.0 Without The Pain

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On This Episode

Sunny Han, founder and CEO of Fulcrum, joins hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady to discuss integrating legacy software and paper-based processes with one software system to provide manufacturers with end-to-end visibility of their production operations so they can actually improve the process rather than merely managed it. This is a jump into Industry 4.0 without the pain.


Lewis Weiss

Mr. Lewis Weiss is Host of Manufacturing Talk Radio and President of All Metals & Forge Group, the principal sponsor of the show. He has 60 years in the metals industry as a manufacturer of open die forgings and seamless rolled rings, running a business that sells forged products globally to OEMs, major manufacturers, mid-size first- and second-tier suppliers, and small metalworking companies. Lewis Weiss puts his experience in manufacturing to good use as an expert consultant on various TV and radio programs nationwide.

Tim Grady

Mr. Tim Grady is an Executive Producer and Co-host of Manufacturing Talk Radio. He brings more than 25 years of knowledge as a senior strategist and business advisor to companies of all sizes in more than thirty industries, advising them on revving up revenues, macro and micro marketing, strategic selling, organization optimization, website ergonomics, data mining, and other external or internal factors that can accelerate or impede business operations and net profit.


Sunny Han

Sunny learned how to code from his software engineer mother starting at seven years old. His family didn’t have much money so he taught himself to write his own games as a child. After studying engineering, Sunny used his business acumen to help struggling manufactures during the recession. In the last 15 years, he’s toured, implemented, written software for, and helped operate hundreds of mid-sized manufacturers around the world.

In his spare time he imports equipment and ingredients from Japan to be the best amateur sushi he can be. Sunny recently returned from a 3-week trip to Japan where he spent time visiting fish markets with world renowned sushi chefs to hone his craft.

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