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Successful Strategies for Tool Launches

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  • Successful Strategies for New Tool Launches

    Course Description

    This course is specifically intended for designers, mold builders and tooling engineers who are looking to incorporate progressive strategies into the design and build of a mold to ensure robustness. This course has the goal of preventing bad part design and bad molds from getting into production. By challenging both designs and molds early in systematic ways, weaknesses can be quickly defined and corrected before they become costly problems. Participants will also develop the tools to measure the mold, machine, and process capability interactions to determine the best recipe for successful tool launches.


    Course Highlights

    • Basic part geometry related to processing concerns
    • Review part design complexities
    • Sizing of the mold for the right press, more than just tie bar spacing
    • How the mold design and build affects quality and total product costs
    • Find out how molds can be tried out systematically to hit the quality bulls-eye
    • How plastic behaves as it travels through the stages of a process
    • Systematic troubleshooting to separate material, process, design, and mold problems
    • Why hot runner molds are fundamentally different
    • Cooling capabilities

    Prerequisites

    Systematic Molding


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