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Injection Molding: Advanced Training in Molding Skills

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Paulson’s enhanced training course adds more hands-on machine time and a math unit.

At NPE2018, Paulson Training, Chester, Conn., will present information on its newly enhanced ProMolder 2 injection molding training seminar, described as “the next generation in advanced molding skills training.” This hands-on certification course now features more than six hours of additional machine time, plus the addition of a comprehensive “math for molders” module and time with Paulson’s SimTech injection molding simulator.

ProMolder 2 is a five-day course that has been taught in Paulson’s partner technical facilities around the country, including Arburg, Polymer Center of Excellence, Extellent, KraussMaffei (photo), and Toshiba. Graduates of Paulson’s ProMolder 1 course, or those who complete the equivalent Paulson CD/DVD or web-based training meet the qualification to enroll in ProMolder 2. The more advanced course begins with a review of ProMolder 1 and covers key concepts:

• Analysis of part properties and machine solutions using the four plastics variables;
• Practical hands-on experience in machine settings;
• Detailed analysis of molded part defects, their causes and solutions;
• Comprehensive math module.

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