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.
Thu, Nov 19, 2020, 10:00 am
- 1:00 pm
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 3 hours
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Dial-in available? (listen only)
Art to Part: Robust Process Development for Successful Manufacturing - RJG Inc.
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Shane Vandekerkhof joined the RJG Team in 2003 as a member of the Customer Support team, where he gained knowledge and understanding of RJG’s systems and hardware. He quickly became qualified to conduct on-site training. Since then, Shane has held...
John is a graduate of Marietta College (BS) and Ohio University (MS). His studies were interrupted for a stint in Vietnam (Army First Air Cavalry, Purple Heart and Silver Star). Twenty years at Dow Plastics provided extensive experience in polymer...
Mike Durina has an AAS in Plastic Engineering from Ferris State University and a BS in Industrial Engineering from Kent State University. From 1978 to January 1984, he worked under several capacities for three separate injection molding firms. In...