This class is designed for new to intermediate plastic injection set-up teams that will be regularly setting up presses and making adjustments on the production floor. This course teaches the use of 5S and time studies to develop quick mold change over methods.
This course is for those new to plastic injection processing. The course consists of 3 days training in materials, set up and basic processing techniques. It is the precursor course to Processing I/ Intro to Scientific molding.
This course teaches medium level processing skills, laws of viscosity, full controller screen training, low pressure close and mold close timer set up, clamp set up and defect-based process troubleshooting. It includes an introduction to Scientific Molding basics.
This course teaches high level processing skills, as well as key scientific molding tools, such as viscosity curve, fill time studies, gate seal studies, process validation and standardized molding procedures as they relate to advanced process troubleshooting.Process monitoring development and interpretation are taught and practiced..
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This 9 minute video is an overview of the Plastic411 training program. It includes training set up and includes testing and testimonials from students.
Press & Production floor training is the best method of plastic injection training! This video explains WHY..
The video above outlines 15 reasons companies fall short of following scientific molding based systems. It goes over controller, material mold, process and the Intro to Scientific Molding timeline. It also explains how to avoid these mistakes, and follow the standards of scientific process.
CORE TRAINING IS..:
Consultation- Processors take a processor assessment to determine their skill set level. They are also asked to participate in testing that through a specific set of questions helps to determine training needs. In addition, the plant manager is asked to give his own personal assessment as well as answer a series of questions that identifies what equipment, approaches and procedures needing to be addressed to assure that the training is company specific focused.
Orientation-Training direction is defined based on the data collected by myself and the participating company. Training objectives and depth are defined such as: standardized set up, quick change over (NASCAR), controller training, process set up, process development, process control, process recording and monitoring, scientific based protocols and procedures. In addition, a free consultation is offered during the training to assess the company’s needs and direction.
Reinforce- Once the assessments are complete, a training plan is developed and implemented. The training is a 2-day production floor intensive class that teaches each team to implement the core values. Training utilizes your plant’s own in-house equipment to instill real world on-the-job processor training. Classroom training is only 20% of the overall training session.
Evolve- 30 days after the class, a follow up conference call is offered. During this call, growth within the team is evaluated and advice is given to help the teams’ skillset to keep evolving.
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Welcome to the Plastic411 Processing Assessment. Upon completion, this test is designed to identify plastic injection skill level. Skill range is from material handler to process engineer.