This webinar will provide attendees with specific Scientific Molding variables that can identify changes within an existing molding process, as well as provide insight into specific approaches that can be used to bring a validated process back into normal process parameters.
These variables include the "sets"-- screw speed, barrel and die temperatures, entry pressure (if there is a gear pump) and drying and cooling conditions ... and the "gets" -- melt pressure, melt temperature and motor current(s). No complex theory -- all you need to know is what an extruder looks like and what it does. Primary audience -- engineers and supervisors at extrusion plants, but it may also be useful to sales and tech service people from suppliers of resins and additives, makers of extrusion equipment, and some teachers and students who are working with real machinery. We'll talk...
Colibri® Color Management Suite assists designers, brand owners, brand management companies, manufacturers and suppliers to manage, specify, communicate, formulate, and produce color with custom modules and add-ons to suit the needs of your business. Using a single central database, Colibri is a fantastic resource for large global enterprises as well as single-client and small businesses alike. By harnessing the latest innovations in information technology, Colibri can be hosted in your own network or cloud environment.
Learn actionable tips you can start using to reduce scrap and decrease downtime. This webinar will teach you how a Cost Savings Analysis (CSA) can help you measure your results and continue to improve your process.
Plastic injection processing has experienced massive change in the last 20 years. The days of molding by time and pressure have given way to molding by position, peak pressure and process repeatability, aka scientific molding. In this webinar, Garrett MacKenzie, a seasoned plastics professional who trained under John Bozzelli, a pioneer of decoupled and scientific molding, will provide instruction on key scientific molding principles.
Proper material selection is a critical aspect of wearable device design. The performance requirements can be quite demanding and end-use environments need careful consideration. Additionally, there are subjective requirements such as appearance, sound, weight and balance, and various aspects of feel. In this webinar, Eric Larson, who heads engineering consultancy Art of Mass Production, will explain how to conduct an effective materials selection process that will lead to the development of a commercially successful wearable device.