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Master Molder Senior

ABIS Mold Technology Co.,Ltd Updated: Apr 12, 2017

Master Molder Senior

Course Description

Advanced techniques for daily processing strategies.

Participants will learn to apply cavity pressure control strategies to accomplish Decoupled III techniques using instrumentation and data acquisition and gain a deeper understanding of the improvements Decoupled III provides for process repeatability and robustness. This course also covers the proper use of instrumentation and how to achieve process control solutions utilizing Decoupled III processing techniques. You will learn how monitoring techniques are used to detect and contain suspect parts and how to do accurate machine and mold qualifications.

Participants will get extensive hands-on training on the RJG eDART® System. This includes system set-up, troubleshooting and data analyzer.

Course Highlights

  • Cavity pressure control using Decoupled III molding techniques

  • Reading and interpreting cavity pressure curves

  • Matching processes on different presses using cavity pressure data

  • Proper sensor location and placement

  • Evaluation of molding machine performance

  • Calculating process improvement

Course length: 2 weeks

This course is available publicly or also as an in-plant course.

Course Prerequisites

To register for the Master Molder II class, it is required that you have received your Master Molder I certification. A waiver must be signed by the registrant in order to attend Master Molder II within 3 months of Master Molder I.

The eDART® and cavity pressure will be used in this training, therefore those not familiar with navigating the main eDART screens may find basic eDART training helpful, but it is not required.

In-Plant courses must have an eDART (fully installed) and an instrumented mold.

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