Bridging the Gap between Plastic Part Design and Manufacturing

Live Town Hall Webcast : Bridging The
Gap Between Plastic Part Design and Manufacturing

Join SOLIDWORKS panel of experts, from plastic injecting molding industry, as they discuss plastic part design and manufacturing best practices and share ideas on how to avoid costly errors and rework.

Bridging the Gap between Plastic Part Design and Manufacturing

Plastic Injection mold tools are costly, and they take time to manufacture. Even a small design change late in the product development process could turn tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of molds into doorstops and boat anchors. Join our panel of experts, from plastic injecting molding industry, as they discuss plastic part design and manufacturing best practices and share ideas on how to avoid costly errors and rework.

This 90-minute event is sponsored by DS SolidWorks Plastic Design group and will on focus on:

  • Plastic Materials Selection & Preparation
  • Molded Part Defects & How to Avoid Them
  • Establishing a Scientific Molding Process
  • Financial Impact of Utilizing Injection Molding Software

Panelists will share their knowledge and experience and following their presentation you will have a chance to ask questions and exchange ideas.

Town Hall panelists include:

Andy Routsis: With more than 30 years of experience in plastics training and consulting, Andy, joined by the SOIDWORKS technical team, will teach you how to address plastic part design challenges from both business and engineering perspectives. Download his FREE Scientific Molding Pocket Guide here!

Jesse Matola: Jesse is a plastics professional with 13 years of industry experience covering processing, part design, and product development in the injection molding industry. He is a graduate of Penn State’s plastics program and spent a majority of his career working on large plastic products for the cleaning and back-of-house markets.

Rick Riesterer: Rick is a seasoned manufacturing business professional. At PCI Rick works with sales, marketing account managers, and engineering staff to manage up-front analysis, product development, new business, selling, and customer relationships. During his time leading business development at PCI, business has grown from $7.5 Million to $33.5 Million.

Watch the webcast on Thursday, April 26th from 1 PM - 3 PM