Rotational Molding Seminar deals with shop floor issues.

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Regional educational seminar on Practical Aspects of Rotational Molding takes place on Monday, March 1, 2004 at Holiday Inn Select in La Mirada, California. It lasts one day and provides content aimed at dealing with shop floor issues. Based on real-world and academic experience of seminar presenter Paul Nugent, course offers opportunity to learn about rotomolding techniques and provides better understanding of capabilities of process.



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ARM International To Offer Four Practical Aspects Of Rotational Molding Seminars In 2004



Oak Brook, IL - The Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) International is announcing the addition of four regional educational seminars on the Practical Aspects of Rotational Molding to its 2004 educational schedule. The first Practical Aspects of Rotational Molding Seminar will be held Monday, March 1, 2004 at the Holiday Inn Select in La Mirada (Los Angeles area), California.

This one-day seminar provides a broad range of content aimed at dealing with shop floor issues. The seminar is ideal for production staff from operators to supervisors, engineers to managers and sales staff who sell rotomolding products.

Based upon the combined real-world and academic experience of seminar presenter Paul Nugent, an independent, international consultant working in the rotational molding industry, the course offers an opportunity to learn about rotomolding techniques from around the world and provides a better understanding of the capabilities of the process. Photographs and videos will help to illustrate the various products, techniques and problems discussed throughout the day.

The seminar will provide an overview of rotomolding applications, discuss the basic process from inside the mold and focus on the materials and powder preparation, as well as quality control. Other topics to be addressed include: establishing optimum cure, release agents, venting, parting lines, cooling, shrinkage and warpage, troubleshooting techniques and key problems and solutions.

The cost to attend this one-day seminar is $349 for ARM International members, and $449 for non-ARM International members. Future ARM International Practical Aspects of Rotational Molding Seminars are tentatively scheduled for May 10 in Minneapolis/St. Paul area, Minnesota, August 30 in Toronto, Canada and November 15 in the Illinois/Indiana area.

For more information and to register electronically, visit the ARM International website at rotomolding.org/Seminars/pa_seminar/pa_seminar_overview.asp or contact Gloria Tobey at 630-571-0611 or via e-mail: gtobey@rotomolding.org.

The Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) International is a worldwide trade association representing over 400 member companies in 58 countries who are rotomolders, suppliers, designers and professionals in the plastics industry. The Association is located in Oak Brook, Illinois USA. More information on rotomolding can be accessed at www.rotomolding.org.

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