Seminars

Injection Molding Machinery

Seminar KM GA

- Basics of thermoplastics
- Basics of the injection molding proces

Conditions:
No special previous knowledge required

Target group:
Beginners in injection molding (operating personnel, project engineers, purchasing and sales staff)

Practical seminar KM B1

- Effective setup of injection molding machines
- Quick and safe operation of injection molding machines
- Quick and safe programming of core-pulling processes
- Recognition and independent handling of error messages

Conditions:
Participation in our practical seminar KM GA or a basic knowledge of the injection molding process

Target group:
Foremen, applications engineers, toolsetters, operating personnel, beginners

Practical seminar KM B2

- Efficient process and product enhancement
- Continuous monitoring of product quality
- Clearly and graphically represented processes

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar KM B1

Target group:
Foremen, applications engineers, assistant foremen, toolsetters

Practical seminar KM B3

– Long-term product quality assurance and documentation
– Recognition and effective exploitation of potential savings
– Energy-conscious machine setup
– Stable processes, shot weight consistency

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar KM B2

Target group:
Foremen, applications engineers, assistant foremen, toolsetters

Practical seminar KM BM = KM B1 + KM B2

- Effective setup of injection molding machines
- Quick and safe operation of injection molding machines
- Quick and safe programming of corepulling processes
- Recognition and independent handling of error messages
- Efficient process and product enhancement
- Continuous monitoring of product quality
- Clearly and graphically represented processes

Conditions:
Participation in our practical seminar KM GA or a basic knowledge of the injection molding process

Target group:
Foremen, applications engineers, toolsetters, operating personnel, beginners

Practical seminar KM LR1

- Quick and safe operation and setup of linear robots
– Effective setup of grippers
– Independent recognition and handling of error messages
– Simple creation of programs using program assistant WizardX*

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar KM B1.
Valid for LR/LRX series and LR-S/LRX-S series equipment.

Target group:
Toolsetters, machine operators, sampling personnel, automation personnel

Practical seminar KM LR2

- Operating the free programming interface
- Modifying programs quickly and safely
- Creating new program parts effectively

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar KM LR1

Target group:
Toolsetters, machine operators, sampling personnel with advanced automation tasks, automation personnel

Practical seminar KM LR3

- Expert knowledge of the free programming interface
– Recognition and utilization of enhancement options
– Programming of complex automation sequences and applications with multiple kinematics

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar KM LR2

Target group:
Advanced toolsetters, machine operators, sampling personnel, automation personnel

Practical seminar KM BLR = KM LR1 + KM LR2

– Quick and safe operation and setup of linear robots
– Effective setup of grippers
– Independent recognition and handling of error messages
– Simple creation of programs using program assistant WizardX*
– Operating the free programming interface
– Modifying programs quickly and safely
– Creating new program parts effectively

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar KM B1. Valid for LR/LRX series and LR-S/LRX-S series equipment.

Target group:
Toolsetters, machine operators, sampling personnel with advanced automation tasks, automation personnel

Practical seminar KM PROLR = KM LR2 + KM LR3

– Operating the free programming interface
– Modifying programs quickly and safely
– Creating new program parts effectively
– Expert knowledge of the free programming interface
– Recognition and utilization of enhancement options
– Programming complex automation processes and applications with multiple kinematics

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar KM LR1

Target group:
Advanced toolsetters/machine operators with advanced automation tasks, automation personnel

Practical seminar KM BA LR = KM B1 + KM LR1

– Effective setup of injection molding machines
– Quick and safe operation of injection molding machines
– Quick and safe programming of core-pulling processes
– Quick and safe operation and setup of linear robots
– Effective setup of grippers
– Simple creation of programs using program assistant WizardX*
– Independent recognition and handling of error messages

*only applicable to MC6

Conditions:
Participation in our practical seminar KM GA or a basic knowledge of the injection molding process

Target group:
Toolsetters, machine operators, sampling personnel with advanced automation tasks, automation personnel

Practical seminar KM BA IR = KM B1 + KM IR1

– Effective setup of injection molding machines
– Quick and safe operation of injection molding machines
– Quick and safe programming of core-pulling processes
– Recognition and independent handling of error messages
– Quick and safe operation of industrial robots
– Effective setup of grippers

Conditions:
Participation in our practical seminar KM GA or a basic knowledge of the injection molding process

Target group:
Toolsetters, machine operators, sampling personnel with advanced automation tasks, automation personnel

Practical seminar KM IR1

– Safe working practice with the production cell
– Manual operation of the articulated-arm robot to restore automatic operation
– Familiarization with robot functions
– Interpreting error messages

Conditions:
No special previous knowledge required

Target group:
Machine setters and production personnel

Practical seminar KM IR2

– Correct and safe operation of the production cell
– Safe and efficient modification of production processes
– Creating new production processes
– Application of the KRL instruction set

Conditions:
Basic knowledge of programming or experience with automation systems

Target group:
Automation personnel, advanced toolsetters, process optimizers

Practical seminar IR3

– Proper and safe commissioning of a KUKA industrial robot
– Safe and efficient changing of hardware on the robot
– Integration of a KUKA robot in a manufacturing cell
– Reliable use of WorkVisual

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar IR1 and IR2

Target group:
Control engineers for automation, process optimization, maintenance

Parallel processes with the IR

– Mastery of writing parallel processes and functions
– Working with ParallelX

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar IR1 or knowledge of VisuX and ProgtechX

Target group:
Operators and toolsetters

Palettizing with the IR

– Mastery and efficient creation of palletizing tasks
– Working with StackingX

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar IR1 or knowledge of VisuX
and ProgtechX

Target group:
Operators and toolsetters

Homing (home position) with the IR

– Safe creation of retraction programs

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar IR1 or knowledge of VisuX
and ProgtechX

Target group:
Operators and toolsetters

Practical seminar KM WE

– Optimal maintenance of injection molding machines
– Rapid detection and clearance of faults
– Systematic troubleshooting in electrical systems

Conditions:
Basic training in the electrical system/electronics

Target group:
Electrical/electronic maintenance and servicing personnel

Practical seminar KM LRW

– Optimal maintenance of linear robots
– Rapid detection and clearance of faults

Conditions:
Basic training in the electrical system/electronics

Target group:
Maintenance and servicing personnel, electrical systems/electronics and/or automation

Practical seminar KM WM = KM WE + KM HM

– Optimal maintenance of injection molding machines
– Rapid detection and clearance of faults
– Systematic troubleshooting in the hydraulics/mechanical system
– Systematic troubleshooting in electrical systems

Conditions:
Basic training in the electrical system/electronics

Target group:
Electrical/electronic maintenance and servicing personnel

Practical seminar KM WA = KM WE + KM LRW

– Optimal maintenance of injection molding machines and linear robots
– Rapid detection and clearance of faults
– Systematic troubleshooting in electrical systems

Conditions:
Basic training in the electrical system/electronics

Target group:
Maintenance and servicing personnel for electrical systems/electronics and/or automation

Practical seminar PX

– Differences in relation to hydraulic machines
– Optimal maintenance of the PX electrical injection molding machine
– Rapid detection and clearance of faults

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar E MC6

Target group:
Maintenance and servicing personnel for electrical systems/electronics

Practical seminar KM HM

– Optimal maintenance of the injection molding machine
– Rapid detection and clearance of faults
– Professional, systematic troubleshooting in hydraulics/mechanical system

Conditions:
A basic knowledge of hydraulics/mechanics

Target group:
Maintenance personnel

Practical seminar KM K

– Independent calibration and adjustment
– Increasing process and machine capability

Conditions:
Participation in practical seminar KM WE or KM HM

Target group:
Maintenance personnel

Practical seminar G HW

– Basics of hydraulic systems
– Design and handling of hydraulic circuit diagrams
– Optimal maintenance of the hydraulic injection molding machine

Conditions:
No special previous knowledge required

Target group:
Maintenance and servicing personnel