My name is Allan Butler, and I am the President of Butler Resources Inc. which is a home-based consulting business from which I provide professional engineering services. I am a licensed Professional Engineer in Manufacturing Engineering with a BS degree from Brigham Young University in Mechanical Engineering and an MS degree from Texas A&M University in Industrial Engineering. I am an AEE Certified Energy Manager, an ASQ certified Six Sigma Black Belt, and a BCSP Certified Safety Professional.
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I offer all the services of a full-time...
Materials – I identify the right materials for each job
From material selection to supply chain management, I streamline and provide sustainable options for the raw materials and components you need to produce your products or services.
Machinery – I show you how to maximize production
From manual operations to robotics and automated machines, I help you find, install, and train workers to maximize production of your machinery and work space.
Methods – I design systems to improve productivity
Methods represent how workers perform their tasks. There are many ways to do a task, but the best known method needs to be documented and consistently followed. Selected methods impact quality and sustainability.
Measurement - I help you quantify your output
Often overlooked is the need for measurement. Examples of measurements include: inspection results, gauges, tolerances, Statistical Process Control (SPC), or financial management.
Manpower – I help identify proper staffing and training
Manpower is the utilization of people's knowledge, skills and capabilities. Special training and certifications may be needed. Finding and retaining good people is a difficult challenge.
Green Product Development - Develop customer requirements for environmentally preferred products. Reduce hazardous material use and hazardous waste generation, implement recycling programs for your products (or materials), or establish an appropriate green marketing program.
Sustainable Operations -...
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