Tag Archives: plastic injection training

1st Annual Plastic411 College Scholarship

AWARD AMOUNT: $1500 towards tuition for any Grand Rapids Community College or Ferris State University student who intends to make plastic injection their career.. Student submissions wiil be judged by Clare Goldsberry ( Plastics Hall of Fame), Norbert Sparrow ( Plastics Today), and members from Plastics Technology Magazine! Click the link below for details. Top 3 students have their article featured on Plastic411.com!

/https://plastic411.com/1st-annual-plastic411-college-scholarship/

Identifying and Correcting Splay Defects

Plastics processors are responsible for making process corrections when defects affect their scrap rate. One of the most common defects in plastic injection is splay. Splay adjustments can be a simple fix, or several hours of babysitting a press and head scratching. This article will help to identify various forms of splay, as well as common (and less common) causes. It will also provide various solutions for removing splay from your process….

Click HERE to read this article…

15 Reasons Molders Fail at Scientific Molding

By Garrett MacKenzie

Rare is the occasion that you will find me writing an article in first person. However this article is best presented with analogies and 30 years past experience. Initially I covered 10 scenarios that occur which cause “scientific molding” based companies to fail in their utilization of the principles they attempt to practice. There were many more I could outline, but to prevent readers from sleeping through my soap box episode, I only gave 10 reasons. The article received huge response, and excellent feedback. In revisiting this article, I will revise the first ten and include another five.. bringing the total to 15….

Click HERE to read this article…