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Training Package: Maintenance Technician
Training Package: Maintenance Technician
 
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By combining all of our comprehensive maintenance-related courses into one package, this package makes a great foundation for any technician or maintenance employee.

This Comprehensive Training Package Includes...

Injection Molding Hydraulics Training Series

This course demonstrates the importance of hydraulics in the injection molding process. Machine operators will learn ways to reduce wear on hydraulic components, while more advanced employees concentrate on hydraulic print reading and theory.

- Basic hydraulic theory
- The role of hydraulics in injection molding
- The function and purpose of hydraulic components
- Recognition of hydraulic symbols
- Directional valves and flow controls
- Hydraulic pumps and motors
- Proportional valves and servo valves
- Hydraulic fluid management


Injection Mold Maintenance Training

This program details procedures for proper mold care before, during, and after a production run - stressing important safety considerations for mold handling. From mold storage to part removal, this course provides participants with good mold maintenance habits and aims to extend tool life & increase its productivity.

- Proper mold maintenance
- Mold storage and preparation
- Water line maintenance
- Techniques for extending tool life


Injection Molding Machine Maintenance Training

Designed to introduce the many maintenance considerations for an injection molding machine. Participants are also shown newer technologies; such as laser leveling, ultrasonic tie bar stretch measuring, and portable machine process monitors.

- Basic machine maintenance & safety concerns
- Fluid and platen maintenance
- Screw and barrel maintenance
- Preventative maintenance & logging


Understanding Electric Injection Molding Machines

This training program will provide participants with a better understanding of how electric injection molding machines function – as well as the many benefits and capabilities associated with electric molding machines.

- General Injection Molding Safety
- Electric Molding Machine Safety
- Machine Guarding
- Comparing Hydraulic and Electric Machines
- Basic Molding Machine Functions
- Efficiency, Accuracy and Repeatability
- Alternative Machine Designs
- Typical Uses for Electric Injection Molding Machines


Processing with Electric Injection Molding Machines

Packed with in-depth processing information, this course will undoubtedly prepare processors for making more appropriate and cost-effective decisions. Participants will also learn how to optimize any process that's running on an electric injection molding machine.

- Closed-Loop Process Controls
- Hydraulic vs. Electric Molding Machine Controls
- Process Optimization Strategies:
  · 1st Stage Filling
  · 1st Stage to 2nd Stage Transfer
  · 2nd Stage Pack
  · Screw Delay
  · Screw Recovery
  · Screw Decompression
  · Cooling Time
  · Mold Opening
  · Part Ejection
  · Mold Closing
  · Clamping


Material Drying Technology, Course 1

These programs identify drying as a critical step when processing any plastic – and teach participants that proper preparation, handling, monitoring and controlling moisture levels results in higher quality parts, higher production yields and consistent processing. Material Drying Technology course two focuses on the operation and utilization of Hot Air Dryers, Compressed Air Dryers, Desiccant Dryers, and Vacuum Dyers in today’s production environments. Course two also teaches the participants how to Calculate Material Consumption, Residence Time, and Dryer Capacity.

- Polymer Basics
- Hygroscopic vs. Non-Hygroscopic Polymers
- Hydrolysis
- Purposes of Drying
- Dewpoint
- Dewpoint Measurement
- Dewpoint Sensors
- Drying Procedures


Material Drying Technology, Course 2

- Hot Air Dryers
- Compressed Air Dryers
- Desiccant Dryers
- Vacuum Dyers
- Calculating Material Consumption
- Calculating Residence Time
- Calculating Dryer Capacity


Math for Molders - Program 1

This two-part training program was created for all personnel within the injection molding industry who would like to expand or fine tune their math skills. These courses will greatly benefit any participant of RJG’s classroom-based, Master Molder SM Certification Series either as a primer or as follow-up training.

- Whole Numbers, Negative Numbers and Decimals
- Using a Calculator
- Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division
- Rounding Numbers and Significant Figures
- Formulas, Equations and Order of Operations


Math for Molders - Program 2

- Metric and Imperial Units
- Length and Distance
- Area, Volume & Flow
- Weight, Mass and Force
- Conversions
- Understanding Percentages
- Calculating Plastic Pressure and Part Shrinkage
- Calculating Tolerances


Blueprint Reading Series

The six programs in our blueprint reading training course develop workers' abilities to accurately locate and interpret dimensions on engineering drawings. These training programs are based on ANSI standards and incorporate input from a broad industrial cross-section. The primary audience is production and inspection personnel, supervisors, group leaders, set-up personnel, and anyone who wishes to read engineering drawings.

Program 1: Introduction to Engineering Drawings
Explains the purpose of an engineering drawing
Distinguish between a detail drawing and an assembly drawing
Interpret the drawing scale
Explains the purpose of dimensions and tolerances

Program 2: Multiview Drawings
The six principal views of a third-angle projection
Identify the ISO symbols for third-angle and first-angle projections
Auxiliary views, partial views, and enlarged views
Determine which line takes precedence over another

Program 3: Sectional Views
Determine which portion of the part is shown in section
Explain the purpose of section lines and identify the ways in which they are used
Identify and interpret the common drafting conventions applied to sectional views

Program 4: Dimensions and Tolerances, Part 1
Identify the size and/or location for a given part feature
Correctly calculate the tolerance specified for a given part feature

Program 5: Dimensions and Tolerances, Part 2
Locate and interpret dimensions specified by chain, baseline and direct dimensioning methods
Identify a datum feature and explain its purpose
Explain how maximum material condition (MMC) and least material condition (LMC) apply to internal and external features
Calculate allowance
Identify a surface finish specification

Program 6: Part Feature Specifications
Identifies twelve of the most common part features on a drawing
How to correctly interpret part specifications


19-28 hours of Professional Multimedia Training with Study Guides


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