BIMS 1 – Understanding Injection Molding of ThermoplasticsSéminaire
The key to optimum plastic part design
15% discount for this online seminar !
The intention of this seminar session is to help professionals of injection molding, whatever their scientific background, to develop a much deeper understanding of the polymer physics behind the process. The idea of BIMS training sessions is to transfer basic knowledge of plastics and processing technology to professionals to enable them to:
_ design engineers in charge of molded parts
_ develop better part design skills
_ improve the dialog between parties (part designer, molder, mold maker, …)
_ design more efficient tools
_ optimize the molding process for an existing tool
_ provide interpretation keys to Flow Analysts
_ help select the right material
_ troubleshooting part or mold problems
The referent, Dr. Vito LEO – experienced in the plastics industry for nearly 30 years now – goes deeply into the physics of the various thermoplastics processing behaviour. He thoroughly explains the mechanisms involved in this complex process from filling to final warpage, by using simple words and concepts, and a minimum of mathematics to guarantee a better understanding of the complex interacting phenomena during molding.
The seminar may not fit the needs of beginners. Seminar language is English.
Join us and find out what more than 2,050 satisfied participants to date already did – the key to optimum plastic part design!
For more details please have a look at our event flyer.
Saturday, April 15, 2021
_ MS Teams
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Complete non-digital-seminar (2 days): 1,400.00 € (+VAT).
Special fee (15%) for the online seminar (4 half days): 1.190,00 € (+VAT).
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