Injection Molding Training Workshop

From: Meghan Wolf (
Date: Fri Feb 12 1999 - 22:58:17 EET

> I would like to announce two programs, created to provide the basic
>building blocks required to understand the injection molding process for the
>beginner and will also cover safety issues for the more experience
>Manufacturing Training for Injection Molding
>March 22-23, 1999
>Phillips Plastics - Origen Center
>Menomonie, Wisconsin (near Minneapolis, Minnesota)
>Injection Molding Basics for the Operator Level
>March 24, 1999
>Phillips Plastics - Origen Center
>Menomonie, Wisconsin (near Minneapolis, Minnesota)
>Injection Molding is a versatile process for forming thermoplastic and
>thermoset materials into molded products of intricate shapes, at high
>production rates and with good dimensional accuracy. The courses are
>designed to give you the necessary foundation in order to understand the
>process, to comprehend the importance of proper part design and quality
>production techniques in the injection molding process.
>You don't want to miss this if you are a:
>Plastic Engineer
>Product Designer
>Apprentice Mold Maker
>Purchasing Agent
>Member of the Quality Staff
>Or of the Sales and Marketing Staff
>This will be a hands on workshop at the exciting facility, which is home to a
>full time staff and permanent training facilities.
>If you are interested in learning more about these courses, or if you would
>like to register, please call
>800-733-4763 (in the U.S.) or 313-271-1500 ext. 1600
>Meghan Wolf
>Technical Program Administrator
>Society of Manufacturing Engineers
>Conferencing Division
>One SME Drive
>Dearborn, MI 48121
>Phone: 313-271-1500 ext. 2129
>Fax: 313-240-8254

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