Paul Nugent offers a range of training courses for your company aimed at providing information and support for all levels. These include:
The basics of process control for rotational molding have now been well established and their use continues to grow as machines and final product demands become more critical. This course covers the essential elements of process control, the systems available and the knowledge can be applied for best advantage. Some of the areas covered include:
Duration: This is a half-day seminar with around 3-4 hours of instruction.
Group Size: Ideal group is 7-12 people for best interaction. Larger groups can be accommodated (up to 20 or more) if required but interaction will be reduced.
The Hands-On Workshop at Penn College is an annual event aimed at providing attendees with practical information and a chance to see the connection between material preparation, molding parameters and final part properties.
The next course is due to be held in May at the Williamsport Campus. Registration details can be seen at the Penn College website: http://www.pct.edu/pirc/course.asp?category=PLASTICS&course=PMC217
The program is a mix of classroom and workshop training, including:
Classroom Session #1
Classroom Session #2
Classroom Session #3
Classroom Session #4
“A tremendous combination of classroom interaction and real-life hands-on experience. Highly recommended for anyone that wants to have a good working knowledge of rotational molding”, Larry Whittemore, Stoner, Inc.
“This workshop helps you recognize potential molding issues before they happen and the techniques to eliminate the issue if it does occur”, Mickey Maxwell, Elkamet Inc.
Contact Paul for more details or to arrange for training at your facility.
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