AIM’s Molding Math course was designed to teach you the concepts you need for your job using realistic examples that are found daily in a molding shop. This course can be taken by itself, or serve as a refresher before you jump into one of our Molders’ Series courses or the PTE Program.
19 June2 days with homework reviews
Day 1Mon 19 Jun 13:00 EDT - Mon 19 Jun 17:00 EDTOnline
Optional Homework ReviewTue 20 Jun 12:00 EDT - Tue 20 Jun 13:00 EDTOnline
Day 2Tue 20 Jun 13:00 EDT - Tue 20 Jun 17:00 EDTOnlineOnline
- $795.00 excl.
27 September2 days with homework reviews
Day 1Wed 27 Sep 13:00 EDT - Wed 27 Sep 17:00 EDTOnline
Optional Homework ReviewThu 28 Sep 12:00 EDT - Thu 28 Sep 13:00 EDTOnline
Day 2Thu 28 Sep 13:00 EDT - Thu 28 Sep 17:00 EDTOnlineOnline
- $795.00 excl.
AIM’s Molding Math course was developed based on needs identified in our Molding 2 Enrollment Evaluation.
On overage, the molders taking this evaluation were scoring at a 34%, which was creating challenges for students in our Molders’ Series courses.
This course approaches math from a practical standpoint and is designed to give students an overview of various principles and applications directly related to the injection molding industry, including but not limited to:
- Machine utilization
- Hopper capacity
- Shot volumes
- Shot weights
- Injection pressures
- Intensification ratio
- Clamp tonnage, and numerous other areas of application.
Students will be assigned homework each day and are provided an answer key so they can check their work. In addition, AIM will provide a detailed worksheet (upon an individual student’s request) that outlines the steps required to solve each homework problem.