Davis-Standard will be offering its popular extrusion seminar, “The Basics of Plastics Extrusion,” on April 9 – 10, 2019 at its headquarters in Pawcatuck, Conn. The two-day class covers the fundamentals of plastics extrusion, as well as the composition and properties of various polymers and the mechanics of essential downstream processes. Seminar topics include extruder components, temperature control, maintenance and screw design.
In addition to instruction, course participants will tour Davis-Standard’s Technology Center and manufacturing facility, and will have access to polymer process engineers and technical specialists. The fee is $750 per person with a 10 percent discount given for groups of three or more. Course books and materials are included, and class size is limited to promote student and teacher interaction.
For enrollment details or more information about this seminar, contact Nichole Denerley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6 Replies to “Davis-Standard to Host Plastic Extrusion Seminar in April”
My name is Andrew Draper, I am the Extrusion Manager with Crawford Industries in Crawfordsville Indiana. I am very interested in attending your seminar “Basics of Plastic Extrusion”
Please email me the registration information and itinerary
Hi Andrew: Thank you for your inquiry. I will email you the information today.
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Do you know when the next class will be?
Good morning Tyler: Thank you for your interest in the seminar. Our next class is in October. We will be opening up registration at the end of July and will add your name to the list so you receive the registration information. Stay tuned. In the meantime, if you have additional questions, please let us know.