Screw and Barrel Technology for Injection Molding
Windsor, Ontario March 29-30, 1999
Join us at the Screw and Barrel Workshop and learn how the screw and
barrel industry is meeting high tech challenges straight on and how you
can play a leadership role within your own plant.
Wear and Corrosion of Screw and Barrel components
Process Implications and Costs of Wear
Resin Properties and Their Affect on Design
Additive Mixing for Injection Molding
Front End Equipment for Injection Units
Process Capabilities and Screw Maintenance Programs
Success of Preventive Maintenance Program
At the end of the day, March 29, after technical presentations and
discussions, SME will sponsor a Tabletop Exhibits/Reception. If you are
a vendor interested in exhibiting contact Pat Isham at 313-271-1500 ext.
2114 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the seminar content or on attending contact
Leann Staff Lane at 313-271-1500 ext. 2126 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Patricia A. Isham
Society of Manufacturing Engineers
One SME Drive, P.O. Box 930
Dearborn, MI 48121
PH: 313-271-1500 Ext. 2114
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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