Since a clear and individual transfer of knowledge lead to the greatest learning effect, we have aligned our Xplain seminars on that. In small groups we share our knowledge and substantiate the contents of the seminars with illustrative practical examples. This can be done locally in the company directly and related to a current production or in one of our own seminar rooms.
Practical expertise has been built up through a large number of successful projects and the development of numerous solutions.
Through our own developments and research projects we constantly expand our know-how.
In our own laboratory we examine and develop new processes and ideas. As a result, we are and will always be at the cutting edge of technology.
Simulations are part of a consistent optimization process and are part of the daily work.
But what should be considered? Which results of the simulation are important at which point and how can the validity be evaluated in practice?
• Which results are important for the process
• What content must a simulation report have
• How far can the results be trusted
• Where are pitfalls in evaluating the results
• How can results be checked …
The contents for the items of the agenda are intensively worked on and discussed in a group of maximum of four participants.
Process automation and quality assurance are essential components of Industry 4.0 thought. Within the processing of plastics, temperature plays a decisive role.
The distribution of the temperature and the examination of changes over time can be captured with infrared cameras.
The seminar is aimed at project managers, setters and quality managers. In addition to the theoretical fundamentals of infrared technology, practical applications of infrared cameras are shown. Limits and benefits of technology are discussed.
The number of participants is limited. A group with about 4 to 8 participants lead to a lively exchange of information. In this way, we ensure that practical knowledge is best communicated in order to strengthen the skills and abilities of the participants.