7/2/2018 | 1 MINUTE READ

Injection Molding Technology Training Seminar Coming in August

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Injection Molding Technology – Materials, Processing and Design Considerations is a seminar that will be held August 22-23 in Denver, Colorado, and is suitable for both experienced and inexperienced injection molding professionals.

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Dr. Lou Reifschneider, a professor of Engineering Technology at Illinois State University where he has taught plastics technology classes for twenty years in the Plastics Processing Laboratory that he managed, will lead a two-day Injection Molding Technology program that provides a comprehensive overview of the injection molding process addressing each of the four pillars of successfully molded parts: part design rules, material selection, mold design, and molding process control. The seminar will take place on August 22-23 in Denver, Colorado.

Because each topic is introduced at the fundamental level, this training program is suitable for those new to the industry and for those wanting a more in-depth treatment of this important plastics processing technology. This program is suitable for purchasing agents, product designers, and manufacturing engineers. The seminar is presented by Plastics Industry Department @ TechnoBiz, a resource center for plastics processing industries around the world.

Attendees will receive a richly documented set of notes that include images of the numerous product examples that will be on display and discussed throughout the workshop. A basic plastics ID kit is provided as well. Videos of mold actions and hands-on training with models of molds and example products will be incorporated throughout the program.

More information and the registration form can be found here: http://www.plastics-industry.org/training.html

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