At the conclusion of this seminar, attendees will be able to:
This seminar will benefit product and part designers, engineers, engineering managers and those involved in the development of plastic parts. Specifically designed to enhance on-the-job effectiveness for professionals at all levels of plastics part development, this course will provide an invaluable foundation for selecting plastic materials and understanding their capabilities and limitations.
Participants should have an undergraduate engineering degree.
“I found Dr. Speirs to be an engaging presenter with just that right pace to help me understand and cover the material well. The course content applies to several plastics analysis and functions I see in use currently.”
Computational Modeling Manager
“Will increase you knowledge and understanding of plastic parts.”
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.
Robert Speirs is Associate Professor of Plastics Programs at Ferris State Univ. Additionally, Speirs instructs many plastics engineering technology seminars covering material selection, product design and advanced plastics processing. Along with his vast teaching experience, Speirs brings practical industrial experience from his work with Baxter Travenol Laboratories and Dow Chemical. Speirs also has taught continuing education seminars in injection molding, mold design and injection molding troubleshooting for molders throughout North America and in Singapore and Hong Kong.