Subject: Husky Systems - In depth Review of Conventional, vs. Electric vs. Hybrid Injection Molding Systems (Free Presentation, Lunch Provided)
Date: October 13th at 12:00 pm
Location: Polymers Center of Excellence, 8900 Research Drive, Charlotte.
John Klem, Area Manager for Husky Systems will be presenting a quick history of Husky Injection Molding Systems through a preview of Husky today. John will also cover, PET Systems, Hot Runner Systems, Medical and Specialty Closure Systems. During the presentation, John will focus on the evolution of clamp technologies, hydraulic vs. toggle, bs. reflex platen. His presentation will include case studies as well as a comparison of the weaknesses and benefits of each system.
John Klem graduated in 1982 with a BSME fromThe Ohio State University. In 1997, John received his MBA degree in International Business The University of Akron. John's career includes 7 years in selling molds (injection, structural foam, compression and hot forming dies) and 18 years selling injection molding machines. John has been with Husky for over 10 years and is Area manager for the southeast (NC, SC, GA, FL & AL). John is also the Market lead for Specialty Closure molds (KTW).
The presentation will be free and lunch provided.
To make reservations, please use the attached link to our event registration page, or call Beverly Jarrell at the Polymers Center (704-602-4127) to reserve your spot for the presentation.
Hello, All - Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening...
It is that time of year again for a presentation of the events that we are planning for the 2015-2016 time frame.
A listing of our 2015-2016 Events are as follows:
|| Electric vs. hydraulic vs. hybrid injection molding machines - Husky
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|| Honda tour
|| Us Leisure tour
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Sign Up Early: - (Please click this link for a sign up form), or by contacting Beverly Jarrel( (704) 602-4127) at the Polymers Center of Excellence for any additional information.
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