Ensure your machine reaches your expected performance!
This three-day course is designed for machine maintenance personnel responsible for upkeep, troubleshooting, and preventive maintenance of injection molding machines and ancillary equipment. It is common in the industry that maintenance personnel are not trained to recognize how machine performance affects final part quality. The performance of the press is critical to a molder’s ability to deliver consistent parts. Maintenance personnel must understand how to identify and fix press performance concerns in order to optimize press tuning.
Upon completion of this course, personnel should be able to conduct and evaluate the test procedures in the above. In addition to the tests performed the knowledge gained in the class will assist the student in finding root cause for poor machine performance.
Participants will be able to effectively communicate with production personnel in regards to machine maintenance issues and their impact on process repeatability and part quality.
Maintenance personnel will be able to evaluate machine capability in the following areas:
Load sensitivity, Velocity linearity, Dynamic check ring repeatability, Static barrel and check ring repeatability, Hydraulic pressure response, and Pressure linearity.
Course Length: 3 days
This course is available publicly or also as an in-plant course.
Public Classes - No prerequisite
In-Plant Classes - A functioning eDART System running Version9 software must be available for use during the class. (Arrangements can be made for RJG to provide an eDART, but this must be prearranged with the trainer in advance)
|Start Date||End Date||Name||Language||City||State||Online||Open Seats||Cost ($USD)|
|02/27/2018||03/01/2018||Machine Maintenance Workshop||English||Woodstock||GA||No||1||$1,895||Register|
Current Waiting List Size:
We encourage you to register for a course that has an open seat. In the rare event a seat does open in a filled class, we will contact those on the waiting list via e-mail.