Are you searching for a more effective way to diagnose the root cause of fill imbalances in your injection mold? You came to the right place. Using flow grouping will speed up new mold commissioning and improve the quality of your diagnostics.
Flow Grouping is an advanced, science-based diagnostics methodology used to identify the root cause of mold filling and part quality variations that occur during injection molding. It is fast and easy to deploy, and no additional equipment is needed.
This course will focus on how to use the flow grouping method to evaluate short-shot data and a part quality measure.
Flow Grouping Diagnostics also includes a hard copy workbook that will be mailed to you so that you can take and keep all of your course notes.
- Fundamental plastics rheology
- Identifying flow groups in a mold
- Analyzing flow grouping data to identify root causes
- Special considerations for hot runner molds
- Implementation by job function
How long is Flow Grouping Diagnostics
The course is four hours long (1pm-5pm EST).
Who should attend this course?
Flow Grouping knowledge can add value to a number of job functions, including but not limited to:
– Process Engineers and Technicians
– Molding Engineers
– Mold Makers and Designers
– Quality Control personnel, including Quality Engineers
– Project Engineers
– Anyone responsible for tool/mold launches
How much is it?
The four-hour course, including the course workbook, is $490.
The workbook will be mailed to you (in the U.S., Canada, & Mexico) so you can take and keep your notes. Books will ship within one business day after payment has been received. Due to the nature of shipments at the present time, we can not guarantee all books will arrive prior to the class. If you register fewer than seven days from the course date then your book may not arrive in time for the class.
Flow Grouping Course Dates
|Mar 22 - 22, 2021||Online, Anywhere||$490.00 (USD)|
|Oct 18 - 18, 2021||Online, Anywhere||$490.00 (USD)|
*Prior to registering, please make sure you are able to meet AIM’s technical requirements for online courses.