RJG's Math for Molders eLearning Course Now in Spanish, British Metric
RJG’s Math for Molders — eLearning course is now available in Spanish and British metric, providing foundational math skills practice needed in the field self-paced setting.
RJG’s Math for Molders — eLearning course is now available in Spanish and British metric in addition to the English version. Math for Molders provides foundational math skills practice needed both in the field and for more advanced RJG courses in an online, self-paced setting.
This online eLearning course enables students to complete each module at their own pace, including the option to replay sections as needed, and takes an average of nine to 10 hours to complete. There are eight units in the course, with multiple interactive modules in each that include videos, animations and practice activities. Utilizing real scenarios, molders will be more prepared to calculate data, enabling them to match mold requirements with appropriate machines and avoid common defects while preventing mold and machine damage.
Some course highlights include calculating the area of various shapes and total projected area at the parting line, calculating ratios used in screw design and intensification ratios for hydraulic machines, calculating volumetric shot size and barrel capacity using a volume formula triangle and calculating maximum available clamp force and minimum required clamp force using a force, pressure and area triangle.
According to the company, the eLearning course provides molding professionals around the world a way to learn necessary math skills for more advanced RJG courses, while at the same time giving them the option to take the course a bit at a time over a few days or weeks as schedules allow, rather than being pulled away for a full day for classroom instruction.
For more information and to register for the class, please visit: https://rjginc.com/training/registration/math-for-molders-elearning/
This school works hand-in-hand with suppliers and shops—relying on their expertise and input to stay on top of industry trends and help develop a tailor-made curriculum in precision machining and moldmaking.
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