Fundamentals of Injection Mold Design
June 5 - 6, 2013
Chicago, Illinois USA Hilton Garden Inn - O'Hare Airport Register Now
About the Seminar
This comprehensive two day technical seminar was developed to provide engineers and other technical personnel a state-of-the-art guide to designing and building injection molds. Critical areas addressed include the molding cycle, mold classifications, the cavity and core, runner and runnerless molding systems, plastic part analysis, mold materials and cost factors. Though some theory is included, emphasis is placed on best practice and selecting the proper technologies for your mold. This popular and informative course has been attended by more than 500 students.
Who Should Attend
Anyone working with the mold design and building process can benefit from this highly instructional course. This includes product design and process engineers, manufacturing, QA/QC, plastics and tooling engineers, as well as sales/service, purchasing, maintenance and management personnel.