Beaumont Technologies, Inc.
Beaumont Technologies, Inc.
1524 E 10th St.
Erie, PA 16511 US
“Understanding mold design helps molders understand the limitations as well as the possibilities in mold design. Molders can ask constructive and critical questions with knowledge, and also conjure recommendations and make suggestions for improving designs.”
This course is specifically designed for moldmakers/designers and tooling engineers.
When Beaumont Technologies was solicited by Erie- based injection molder GeorgeKo Industries to use CAE mold flow simulation to prove its hypothesized solution to a warpage issue, Beaumont eagerly took on the challenge.
“The training I received from Beaumont taught me how to evaluate different runner design options for a given mold.”
Attendees encouraged to welcome continued education to help Thogus shift focus to new advancements and ideas.
5-Step ProcessTM Version 4.0
Kevin Rottinghaus to speak on new plastics technologies on Sept. 18
A lesson on shear induced melt variations ends some confusion regarding balancing runner systems for multi-cavity molds.
Training, Molding Cell, Mold Filling, Software.
The seminars will be held at Beaumont’s headquarters in Erie, PA in the newly constructed 575 square foot training room equipped with a smart projection system and painted-on whiteboard. The seminars will also continue to be scheduled at a customer’s facility upon request.
In a continuing effort of accelerating our professional development and providing optimum services to our customers, Beaumont Technologies, Inc. challenged our CAE analysts to test for the Autodesk Moldflow Expert Consulting status
If so, the ‘key’ to stopping it may be easier than you think.
As a sponsor, BTI if offering customized benefits for MAPP Members through its Plastics Professional Membership Program (PPM Program) and Plastics Professional Training Seminars.
Beaumont Technologies, Inc. (BTI) has hired Kevin Rottinghaus as a Regional Account Manager for Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Apply fundamental plastic flow principles to troubleshoot your mold’s problems.
Beaumont Technologies, Inc. (BTI; Erie, PA) will showcase its line of In-Mold rheological control mold inserts.
Toolroom supervisor shares his experience with a rheological control solution to some obvious and some not-so-obvious challenges with product and color variations in a multi-cavity mold.
Two separate technologies work together to first create a homogenous compound temperature exiting the injection molding unit and properly balance the filling of a mold, with the lowest possible cure times while increasing part quality.
Beaumont Technology, Inc.’s (Erie, PA)’s MeltFlipper, MAX (multi-axis) technologies, and in-mold adjustable rheological control systems (iMARC) are melt-management technology solutions for the plastics injection molding industry.
One shop is finding great success—through special standardization—cutting scrap and runner costs by balancing the flow in the molds and reducing cycle times while using smaller, most cost-efficient presses.
A rule to lightweight preform necks and closures could require more than 1,000 new molds.
Beaumont Technologies, Inc. – BTI (Erie, PA) will be showing how to solve imbalances, influence filling patterns and eliminate material property variations using Rheological Control Systems featuring patented MeltFlipper® and MAX™ technologies and our upcoming iMARC™ systems.
Beaumont Technologies, Inc. (Erie, PA) has introduced the fourth generation of its 5 Step Process™ mold balance analysis and filling diagnostic software, which can be purchased on a single license for one installation or a site license with unlimited installations.
The Beaumont Technologies, Inc. (Erie, PA) iMARC ™ in-mold adjustable rheological control system was designed to enable processors to better control and take advantage of rheological changes—all without ever having to take the mold out of the press.
Strengthen weld lines, reposition weld lines, eliminate gas traps, minimize core shift, eliminate cosmetic defects, or control the direction of warp—and achieve all this without changing the cavity geometry!
The show's racing theme was no accident as exhibitors and presenters showed the latest products, equipment and strategies designed to speed up the mold design and build process so moldmakers can win the race for better leadtimes.
With mold commissioning analysis technology and melt rotation technologies, multicavity molds can now be commissioned faster to meet the critical time-to-market timeline, while achieving cost savings and continuous improvement in all aspects of product, process and productivity.
In the debate to determine the right number of cavities per mold, melt-rotation technology bolsters the case for high-cavitation molds.