PIM 1 - Fundamentals of Injection Molding
This seminar covers the basic fundamentals of plastic injection molding, including the molding machine, parameters of the molding process, optimizing the process, the role of the operator, purpose and description of the mold, auxiliary equipment, secondary operations, testing, quality, failure analysis, and includes a complete section on identifying and correcting defects.
Our online seminars are inexpensive, available 24 hours a day, for a full 30 days, designed to be easy to use, informative, and provide fundamental information for anyone interested in the plastic injection molding process.
They are intended for all, from hopper attendants to company presidents, and even experts can gain valuable information from these seminars.
Optional testing is included and Certificates of Achievement are available for those wishing to fulfill the need for certifying course completion.
Pricing is determined by which course is selected.
Please contact us using the CONTACT form if you are interested in volume pricing designed for groups of 5 or more students, per course.
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Troubleshooting Guide for Injection Molders
This seminar covers the basic fundamentals of troubleshooting plastic injection molded defects. It covers the causes solutions, and correctios for the top 23 most common molding defects such as, flash, short shots, cracks, black specks, and more. "Defects" is the most popular topic when molders get together.
NOTE:: These are the first 5, of a total of 6, Online Seminars on Plastics that are in the works. Please check back often as we will load them as soon as they are launched.
Please use our CONTACT link above if you have any questions.
PIM 3 - Mold Design and Construction
This seminar covers the basic fundamentals of plastic injection mold design and building, including the mold design process, materials to use for building the molds, equipment that makes the molds, finishes that are available for molds, and even has a Mold Design checklist that designers can reference to make sure everything that's necessary is incorporated in their mold designs.
PIM 2 - Product Design and Material Selection
This seminar covers the basic fundamentals of plastic product design, including parameters of the molding process, selection of the proper material, developing product requirements, testing, quality, failure analysis, and includes a complete Product Design checklist that product designers can reference to make sure everything that's necessary is incorporated in their product designs.
PIM 4 - Manufacturing Startup and Management
This seminar addresses the basics for creating a plastic injection molding company (or buying an existing one) and managing it to be the most productive and efficient as possible. Taught by an expert in the business who owned or operated many injection molding companies in his long career. Includes plant layouts, financial requirements, site location, how to price your products, benchmarking, equipment needs, and much more.