amerimold 2014 Technical Conference Program

This year's program covers everything from Reactive and Proactive Simulation, The Dollars and Sense of AM and Conformal Cooling and Demystifying Venting Options toi Driving the Next Generation Skilled Workforce, Implementing Technology and Advancing Your Company through Trade Associations to Why Firefighting Trumps Systemized Maintenance, Building a Well-Designed Toolroom and Cultivating Craftsmen. Check it out and Register!

 
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Co-presenter: Mold Making and Mold Design Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers
Goal: To examine the technologies and best practices that are necessary for mold buyers and mold builders to make critical decisions when it comes to de-risking the product launch and making that quoted cycle time. Topics will include part/mold design and simulation, additive manufacturing, conformal cooling short-term goals for getting qualified parts and long-term plans for managing the life of the program.
 
Who Should Attend: Those on the front line of decisions being made between the mold builder and buyer—Mold Shop Senior Management, Mold Procurement Personnel, Mold Designers, Part Design, as well as processing and troubleshooting personnel.
 
Moderator: Glenn Starkey, Mold Making and Mold Design Division Chair, Society of Plastics Engineers
 
 
amerimold 2014: BUILD
Sponsored by: Makino
Goal: To share case histories and best practices that will move decision-makers to develop strategic plans for how their shop and staff will look in the year 2016 and beyond. We will examine challenges and strategies for building your business not just molds, driving the next generation of skilled workers, implementing technology and making the most of industry resources. 
 
Who Should Attend: Company Owners, Operations/Plant Managers, Shop Foremen and HR Managers.
 
Moderator: Vic Baez, Plastics Technology Manager, Rockwell Automation
 
 
amerimold 2014: MAINTAIN
Co-presenter: ToolingDocs
Goal: To develop the skills and systems necessary to understand how much unscheduled mold stops are costing your company; identify and target these and other high cost mold operating issues (part quality, mold function, tooling and labor costs, etc…) that take large bites out of the profit margin; recognize a substandard maintenance environment that dictates not only daily bench habits but also negatively influences the desire and motivation of your team to raise personal skill levels and excel in this hands-on trade; and, see the benefits of advancing the skill levels of craftsmen so they can repair the many dings, nicks, scratches, scuffs, etc., encountered on tooling components and how it will reduce repair costs and downtime. It does not require 40 years of experience to weld, fit and polish many tooling components. It’s about appropriate training in specific crafts and the desire to learn.
 
Who Should Attend: Molding Facility Owners, Plant Managers, Toolroom Managers and Supervisors. OEMs and those responsible for tooling productivity and costs, plus personnel at mold building companies who are responsible for repairing and maintaining their customers' tools should also attend.
 
Moderator: Steve Johnson, Operations Manager, ToolingDocs
 
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