The ongoing global pandemic has shined a light on the importance of plastics in the development of medical devices, personal-protection equipment, and the like. In this session, technology leaders in tubing, tooling, film/sheet and other segments of the extrusion market share their insights on how to boost the productivity of the medical extrusions you produce now…or hope to in the future.
Thu, Oct 8, 2020 · 2:00 PM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 3 hours
Who can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only)
Sheet Extrusion As It Applies To COVID-19 Related Uses - Paulson Training
Move Your Process Forward: Make Precision Medical Tubing with Game-Changing Advancements in Downstream Extrusion - Novatec
Medical Extrusion Process Problems and Solutions - Compuplast
Rick Barnes, Paulson Plastics Academy Instructor and Industry consultant. Rick brings over forty years of experience to the Paulson Plastics Academy, both in hands-on manufacturing and educational theory. He holds degrees in Chemical Engineering...
Bob Bessemer is Vice President of Extrusion Technology for Novate, Inc. Joining the company in August 2018, Bob has been challenged to create a new line of the most advanced and operator-friendly medical downstream equipment.
Rich Vester is an Extrusion Product/Sales Manager for Novatec, Inc. He joined the company in 2013 and was responsible for initial downstream extrusion design direction, sales of the line, and continued advancements. Since 1990, Rich has served in...
Dr. John Perdikoulias earned his Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering from McMaster University in 1985 and immediately began working for Brampton Engineering responsible for Screw and Die design, primarily for Blown Film. Obtained Masters’ Degree...
Jim Callari is the editorial director of Plastics Technology magazine. Jim joined PT in 1997 as executive editor, and became editorial director in 2009. In addition to being responsible for the overall editorial strategy of the magazine, Jim...