Paulson Training Programs Inc. of Chester, Conn., is releasing two new courses, on decoupled molding and hot-runner systems.
Decoupled molding achieves a high level of accuracy and repeatability, even after natural variations in molding conditions, such as viscosity. Topics include specifying pressure transducers and installing them in the cavity, reading and interpreting pressure charts from molding cycles, specific molding techniques to get consistent part properties and determining how to tune molding machines for peak performance.
Paulson developed the interactive training program with decoupled molding proponent RJG Inc. of Traverse City, Mich.
The four-lesson course on hot runners takes the user inside the mold and hot runner, to show how plastic flows through the system. Topics include setup and operating procedures, including how to use hot runners with stack molds and multimaterial molding.
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