Principles of Flexible Web Slitting Seminar

  • February 26, 2009
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February 26, 2009 – Seminars for Engineers announces its Principles of Flexible Web Slitting Seminar Dates for 2009:April 29-30, 2009 Charlotte, NCThe Principles of Flexible Web Slitting Seminar provides attendees with an in-depth look at the various factors that are addressed when slitting flexible web materials. Flexible web materials include more than common paper, film and foil products - it also includes the increasingly complex laminates, coated products and materials such as composites, exotic thin films, textiles, light metals and electronic and medical products, to name just a few. The seminar will focus mainly on the demanding process of sheer slitting, as well as razor slitting and crush (score) slitting. Other topics include high pressure water jet slitting, laser slitting, ultrasonic slitting and rotary die slitting. The seminar will also emphasize practical problem-solving techniques which can be easily applied by the plant engineer.Instructed by renowned industry authority Reinhold Schable, who has more than 43 years of experience with the paper finishing and converting industry, He most recently has served as applications technology manager at Tidland Corporation and is a dynamic and informative speaker who is gifted at making complicated and technical slitting information come alive for his audiences.About Seminars For Engineers (USA)Seminars For Engineers, headquartered in Madison, New Jersey USA, was founded in 2003. Focusing on specialized engineering topics, these two day technical courses are designed to disseminate the most current and comprehensive information available and provide practical problem solving techniques for a broad spectrum of manufacturing and R&D professionals. Topics ranging from Fastening Technology and Bolted Joint Design to Sealing Technology for Packaging Processes and the principles of Web Handling to Composite Materials Design, Testing & Fabrication are taught by the foremost authorities in their fields. Learn More

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