More than anything, cycle time drives the productivity of an injection molding process, and the biggest impact on cycle time comes rom process cooling. Finding the most efficient way to heat and cool the mold, can have the most direct effect on the number and quality of molded parts. Hear the latest on longstanding tech like temperature control—at the press and central—as well as newer offerings like conformal cooling.
Thu, Dec 10, 2020, 2:00 pm
- 5:00 pm
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 3 hours
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Dial-in available? (listen only)
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Kyle has been a Senior Product Manager with Sterling for 3 years and has over 13 years of experience driving new product development in commercial and industrial markets. Prior to Sterling, he worked for Generac Power Systems and Emerson Electric.
Wayne has been a Technical Sales Manager for Sterling for over 20 years and in the plastics industry for 40 years. He specializes in sizing, design, and layout of process cooling and temperature control systems for plastics as well as many other...
Director of Business Development, Canon Virginia, Inc.
Wayne Daniel currently serves as the Director of Sales at Canon Virginia, Inc. Wayne has more than 30 years of experience in injection molding and tool manufacturing, including previous roles as Canon Virginia’s Director of Molding and Director...
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Joachim Kragl graduated from the TGM College for Polymer Engineering and Processing in Austria in 1992. He immediately began working as an Applications Engineer for ENGEL. Kragl joined ENGEL Canada in 2000 and assumed his current role as Director...