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molders must be able to quickly identify the optimal setpoints for
molding process variables in order to meet customer performance requirements
for dimensions and part appearance. The complexity of this task grows
exponentially as the number of customer critical characteristics increases.
Trial and error approaches are highly inefficient in these situations.
Simple experimental design approaches combined with readily available
software will dramatically increase your efficiency and effectiveness
in finding optimal processing setpoints.
is an outline of the various topics covered in this 2 day course:
Unique Challenges Facing Injection Molding
Experimental Design with Process Validation, 6
Sigma, and QS-9000
Experimental Design Links with Scientific Molding
to do Before Conducting any Experiments
is Experimental Design?
Ranges of Interest
are the Benefits?
Studies from Injection Molding
are the Steps?
- Day 2
Technical Knowledge and the Internet to Select
Plots, 3-D Plots
to Get Started with Applications at Your Facility
Analysis (user software)
of Multiple Customer Requirements
Exercise Using and Injection Molding Process
are the benefits of these techniques?
experimental design for success
concepts of setup and analysis
of successful applications
is an orthogonal array?
of orthogonal arrays
are the steps in successful experimentation?
of technology related responses
fractional factorials, and Plackett-Burman arrays
$1995 includes the text Design of Experiments for Injection Molding,
Student Version of DOE Wisdom Software, and Participant Guide.
Lunch and coffee breaks are provided each day.
includes all of the above plus the full version of DOE Wisdom
Software (a $200 discount).
practical, hands-on applications, learn from the experts in
Experimental Design how to successfully blend the best of
Japanese and Western techniques.
Early - class sizes are limited for optimal interaction and