Instructor: John Bozzelli
June 11 - 13 Chicago, Near O'Hare
Featuring Niigata Electrics
Starts 8:30 AM
This Beall designed part has over 35 different processing, design and resin issues. We will develop an optimized process in a scientific step-wise procedure that will result in a stable production process capable of being transferred to any appropriate press. The machine and mold are full instrumented with cavity pressure, temperature and IR monitoring.
Why should you attend?
Want a data driven method that gets it done right the 1st time?
Tired of developing a new process every time the mold is hung?
Is it possible to get all to agree on a processing strategy?
Interested in one set-sheet per mold vs. each press? Think of the time and document savings!
What you will learn:
- What are the key components of a successful plastic application?
- Is there a difference between what is set on the machine controler and what happens in the mold?
- What are the differences between machine Get processors, quality control, maintenance, supervisors and your clients on the same page to end the bickering and make production on time
- Establish practical SPC at the press, what is Delta P?
- What are the six critical plastic variables to monitor during production to sense and react to process variations.
- See exclusive one of kind, glass mold videos of plastic flow under true molding pressures, temperatures and times
- How do you control and monitor cooling, Turbulent Flow and IR?
- Where do black specks, color swirls etc come from and is there a way to minimize them?
"Your seminar was well worth the time, learning the Delta P on a machine has paid for the seminar three fold. I will be attending more..." Plant Manager
"Very good course! Learned a lot more in this course than I have from others" JD "
"Intense, kept me on my toes" DW "It simplifies some of the complexities of molding" CL
"Attended one of your seminars years ago and it was one of the most useful training sessions I have ever attended" RH.
Abstract: This seminar concentrates on process optimization with hands-on, at-the-press instruction and defines the necessary variables to establish a “Universal Setup Sheet”. By the end of the course we will have established a setup sheet that can be used on any correct tonnage press that can accept the mold. Different barrel sizes, electric or hydraulic; the setup sheet will work on all. Having one setup sheet per mold rather than a separate setup sheet for each different press will not only improve consistency but also speed setups and bring back healthy profit margins.
Where: Niigata Plastic Machinery division of Daiichi Jitsugyo (America), Inc., 939 AEC Dr. Wood Dale, IL 60191; 1-800-843-1672. Hotel: Courtyard by Marriott, 630-766-7775; 900 Wood Dale Ave, Wood Dale, IL 60191, $119 plus taxes. Hotel is within 500 feet of the Niigata facility so you can walk to the Niigata facility. Within 5 miles of O'Hare; check on their shuttle service. Ask for the corporate rate for Niigata or Daiichi (“DYE-EECHI”). You are responsible for your own travel and hotel reservations. Injection Molding Solutions will not be responsible for any reservation penalties or fees. Thank you for traveling, it is not fun anymore!
Who should attend: Anyone interested in obtaining an optimized process that can be validated to FDA standards and not tied to a single press/plant. Design, Process, Project Engineers, Processors, Quality Control, Process Technicians, Machine Suppliers, Plant Owners and Production Management will learn what is needed for getting the job done consistently right in the least amount of time and frustration. Enrollment is limited.
Fees: $1,575 per person. PO or credit card, credit card is charged the week before the seminar. Seminar fees are to be prepaid. Cancellations are subject to a $150.00 processing fee. No refunds will be granted when canceling within one week from the first seminar date. Substitutions will be allowed.