Creating Highly Efficient Injection Molding Cells
October 29, 2020
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Injection Molding cells, consisting of molding machine, upstream auxiliary equipment and downstream equipment for secondary operations should minimize cost of ownership and maximize output. In this webinar, you will learn how to design molding cells for optimized material flow, reduced footprint requirements and lower energy consumption.
- Innovative options for maximizing operational efficiencies
- Optimize output around the injection molding cells
- Design molding cells for optimized material flow
- Solutions to maximize efficiency, reduct footprints, and save energy
Project Sales Manager; Matsui America, Inc.
Bob Kazuk is a 1988 graduate of University of Illinois, with over 30 years experience in the plastics industry. His expertise in PET applications, automotive-industry factory projects, and general purpose molding has made him a trusted resource for Matsui America and customers nationwide.
Regional Sales Manager; Matsui America, Inc.
Dave Stapleton is graduate of DePaul University, currently the regional sales manager for the U.S. northeast territory. Dave has been a knowledgeable salesperson for over twenty years, and offers valuable solutions to his customer's challenges.