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How do you start up a new job and get it molding good parts on cycle in the shortest time? How do you ensure that the machine will stay on cycle, producing on-spec parts, for the length of the run? How do you establish a molding process window? How do you troubleshoot a process that doesn’t’ stay within that window? Hear from some of the best minds in the industry about these fundamental questions that beset all molders in every era.
When?
Thu, Nov 12, 2020, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 3 hours
Price
Free
Language
English
Who can attend
Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only)
Not available.
Agenda
  • Paulson Training
  • Art to Part: Robust Design for Successful Manufacturing - RJG Inc.
  • A Real Process Window: Don’t Settle for Conventional Molding’s Complex Interactions, Instead Process with True Independent Variables - iMFLUX
  • The Cosmetic Process Window: Key to Robust Processes, Zero Defects, Reduced Inspection & No Process Tweaking - FimmTech
Featured Presenters
Conversation
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Bernard Vermeersch
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Gardner Business Media
Yes, this started at 10am. If you missed it, the recording will be made available on this page within 24 hours.
J6
Josue Reyna
thank you for this value information, very interesting, Suhas Kulkarni excellent presentation as well as other expositors , thank you
Y4
Yakup Ulcer
Hi Unfortunately I missed the live presentation due to time zone difference. I had a question for Brandon. The imflux process being a pressure controlled and lower fill speed system creates a thicker frozen line. Thicker fozen line is usually associated with higher orientation, lower mechanical properties and risk of warpage. How do you overcome this?