ARBURG Packaging Webinar
Molding Machine Innovations in Packaging Molding
Do you think the book on high-speed injection molding machines has already been written? Think again! The technology surrounding high-speed molding machines is constantly changing, allowing the machines to not only run faster, but also be more reliable and more efficient. In this webinar, we will cover machine innovations that are making this very demanding molding process better and more reliable.
Improve efficiency and performance
Molding machines are improving the way many thin wall and closure applications are produced. Gone are the days of just making sure the clamp and injection were as fast as possible to make sure a fast cycle time could be achieved. Now molding of packaging combines speed with finesse as molders look to improve efficiency and performance. This webinar will cover a few of the machine innovations being seen in the field of packaging. Topics include looking at the importance of fill time vs. fill speed, how to maintain a cushion when filling fast, the use of high efficiency electric drives for the clamp unit, and how to limit mold wear on these fast running molds. Innovation is reshaping the industry and being aware of what is coming can only help molders, mold makers, and brand owners as they develop new products for their customers.
Join our webinar Thursday, September 26, 2019 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT!
Please visit - https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8856509386998984973?source=arburg
About the Presenter
Michael Sansoucy has spent more than 27 years in the injection molding industry, holding positions in engineering, tooling, operations, and sales. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology from the University of Massachusetts and a Masters of Business Administration from Keller Graduate School. For the past 16 years, Mike has worked in the machinery industry first as an applications engineer helping to design and manage complex production systems as well as in direct sales and sales leadership. Mike is currently the Director of Packaging – Sales & Applications for ARBURG, Inc.