Gardner Business Media (Cincinnati, Ohio), publisher of High-Performance Composites, Composites Technology and CompositesWorld Weekly, is hosting the amerimold 2013 conference and exposition, June 12-13 at the Donald E. Stephens Center in Rosemount, Ill., USA.
Centered on mold and toolmaking technologies and strategies, the conference will feature a three-track program, with each track focused on a specific theme: Engineer, Build, Maintain. Presentation topics include:
- Mold design optimization
- Inmold pressure and temperature sensors
- Additive manufacturing
- Inmold assembly tooling
- Tooling vendor selection
- Moldmaking automation
- Apprenticeship and training
- Moldmaking data management
Keynote speakers include Glenn Starkey, Society of Plastics Engineers, Mold Making and Mold Design Division; Patrick Osborne, director of education, Tooling & Manufacturing Assn.; and Steve Johnson, operations manager, Tooling Docs.
Visit www.amerimoldexpo.com for registration, hotel, exhibitor and conference presentation details.
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