For Immediate Release – May 23, 2013
Greg Hannoosh, Next Step Communications Inc.
Craig Paulson, President, Paulson Training Programs
Paulson Plastics Academy Adds Additional ProMolder™1 and ProMolder™ 2 Injection Molding Seminars To Schedule To Meet Industry Demand
Chester, CT (May 23, 2013) . . . Paulson Training Programs has announced the addition of new ProMolder 1 and ProMolder 2 Injection Molding Seminars to their Paulson Plastics Academy schedule to meet the extremely high demand for these courses in 2013. The advanced ProMolder 2 seminar has been sold out for 2013 in the various locations it’s being held around the US, and Paulson saw a need to add another session. The new ProMolder 1 seminar will be held October 14-17 at Hennepin Technical College in Minneapolis, MN. The new ProMolder 2 seminar will be held August 12-16 also at Hennepin Technical College in Minneapolis…
The ProMolder 1 seminar is a four-day injection molding course targeting either new or experienced molders who wish to learn the fundamental principles of scientific injection molding. Students who complete the ProMolder 1 course will leave with a thorough understanding of the science behind the injection molding process, as well as the operational fundamentals, economics, and common problems and solutions of molding.
The ProMolder 2 seminar is a five-day classroom and hands-on injection molding technology seminar that is taught in two separate modules. The first module explains the plastic properties and behavior that affects part quality, followed by a detailed analysis of common molded part defects, their causes and their solutions. The second module is hands-on molding practice using Paulson’s injection molding simulator, SimTech, to provide each student practice in setting and observing the effects of each machine control on the plastic and the molded parts.
The course requires either satisfactory completion of the Paulson ProMolder 1 course or the equivalent Paulson CD or web-based training. Others with previous molding experience may attend this course by passing a pre-assessment test administered by Paulson.
“This course is one of our most advanced, and the fact that we have been full in every offering thus far this year speaks to the growing importance molders in our industry are placing on this high level training,” said Craig Paulson, President of Paulson Training Programs. “We felt it was necessary to expand our offerings to meet this demand, and are excited to continue to award more people in our industry with our respected Paulson Certification degree.”
To register for this or other Paulson Training Programs courses, please visit www.paulsonplasticsacademy.com.