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What Process Outputs Should We Monitor? Part Two
It’s common knowledge that dozens of variables exist in the part production process making it difficult to sustain a successful repeatable process, but when does the molder know that their press, process, and molds are at the steady state making acceptable parts? In Part One of this two part webinar topic, we covered six key metrics to monitor during production to ensure a steady state process. In this next installment, Part Two, our expert instructor, Todd Bryant will walk you through process and machine variables like melt temperature, injection speed, packing pressure, and cooling rates in addition to reviewing screw and check-valve designs and cushion repeatability. He will review key metrics covered in the earlier episode as well as explore additional outputs to consider for an optimized process.
Join us for Part Two of this two-part webinar aimed to answer many of the questions and challenges you may face on a daily basis.
Key Take Aways:
- Know which process variables to monitor during production
- Review the six key monitoring metrics discussed in Part One
- Understand approaches to create a repeatable, systematic procedure for monitoring on-going molding jobs
- Analyze the process from the four “plastic variables” point of view
- Learn when the process is stable enough to enter production mode
- Review an additional “bonus” output for a total of seven key outputs to measure
Listen in on this FREE webinar to learn how you can apply molding techniques that will dramatically change the way you process.
Plus! It’s FREE.
Special Guest: Donald C. Paulson
2021 Plastics Hall of Fame Inductee, (read more here), Donald Paulson is the founder and chairman of Paulson Training Programs, Inc. and the creator of the now widely accepted method of teaching plastic processing from the “Plastics Point of View”. Don will join this webinar and give his valuable insight into how science based molding principles can make all the difference in processing plastic. An experience you won’t want to miss.