Conference Call!

Last chance to register for the amerimold expo and its annual technical conference. This year's program is broken down into three segments: Engineer, Build and Maintain. You can register for one block or all three. Check out the specifics here.

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Last chance to register for the amerimold expo and its annual technical conference. This year's program is broken down into three segments: Engineer, Build and Maintain. You can register for one block or all three. 

 

 

amerimold 2013: ENGINEER
Sponsored by: Society of Plastics Engineers, Mold Making and Mold Design Division
 
Goal: To bring to the forefront the technologies and best practices necessary for the critical decision-making that needs to take place by the mold buyer and mold builder. Topics will include part/mold design, simulation, putting intelligence in the mold, and a look at innovative ways OEMs, molders and moldmakers are working together.
 
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.
 
 
amerimold 2013: BUILD
Sponsored by: Tooling and Manufacturing Association (TMA)
 
Goal: To provide examples, analysis and discussion that provokes decision-makers to plan for how their shop and staff will look in the year 2015. We will examine challenges and strategies to further evolve from being a mold shop, to a mold manufacturer. In addition to technology deployment, topics will include employee delegation and accountability and workforce development.
 
Who Should Attend: Company Owners, Operations/Plant Managers, Shop Foremen and HR Managers.
 
amerimold 2013: MAINTAIN

Sponsored by: ToolingDocs

Goal: To develop awareness and planning for more proactive mold maintenance by molders and their mold builders. Repairs and downtime are costly for molders, jeopardize OEM's program launches, and can be a liability for moldbuilders' customer relations. This session will review some essential processes to mold maintenance/repair—e.g., cleaning, retrofitting and welding—but with an emphasis on the leadership and the resulting organized documentation, methodology, troubleshooting and training necessary for optimum performance of one's fleet of tooling.
 
Who Should Attend: Toolroom Managers at Molding facilities, Molding Facility Owners and Plant Managers, OEM contacts responsible for tooling productivity and costs, and personnel at moldbuilding companies responsible for repairing and maintaining their customers' tools.
 
 

 

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