Principles of Web Handling

October 24-25, 2017

Chicago, Illinois Courtyard Chicago O'Hare Register Now

About the Seminar

The Principles of Web Handling two-day training course will give you the fundamentals and process know-how needed to handle any web handling issue. From exploring the theoretical to understanding practical applications, you will be able to diagnose and treat existing problems and also accurately identify the specifications needed for new webs. You will learn about the critical areas of tension control, web tracking, roller choices and their effects, machine alignment and web defects such as roping, telescoping, and staring. This seminar will address these topics on various levels, from providing basics and rules to remember to examining some of the intricate physics of their behavior. Though theory is included, emphasis is placed on practical problem solving techniques for the plant engineer.

Who Should Attend

Do you work with a web? Do you manage people who run web handling machines? Do you sell or develop web products? Have you ever had a question about why the web is behaving the way it is? Do you get a different behavior from one day to the next but have no idea why? Would you like to speed up your operation without increasing waste? Are you having difficulty troubleshooting wrinkling issues? Do you need to reduce your waste? If so, this seminar is for you. Product and process designers, process engineers, QA/QC, sales and service personnel, and maintenance and lead operators are strong candidates for this seminar. Material, equipment and component suppliers can also benefit. The principles taught in this seminar are applicable to any web-based product whether paper, film, metals, nonwovens, textiles, or any combination of coated or laminated webs.

Instructor

Tim Walker