Community & Workforce Programs

Medical Product Development - Course Description

Instructor: Jason Williams

Fee: $1,195

Who Should Attend: 

This seminar provides attendees with a two-day overview of the plastic medical device design process. It is primarily focused an integrated new product development process beginning with product ideation and continuing through to production handoff. It is appropriate for product managers, engineers, marketing professionals, and management.

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DOE for Injection Molding - Course Description

Instructor: Brad Johnson

Fee: $1,395

Educational Goals: 

DOEs can be a valuable technique to use in the validation and production of plastic parts. This workshop has been developed to give participants practical experience in setting up, carrying out, and interpreting DOEs utilizing both the Penn State Behrend processing lab and the computer lab (primarily using Microsoft Excel and Minitab).

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Injection Mold Design Principles - Course Description

Instructor: Jason Williams

Fee: $1,195

Educational Goals: 

This seminar has been developed to provide participants with a basic understanding of plastic product design features. Gating types and locations will also be reviewed. A basic knowledge of the effect of material type on design, as well as an understanding of runners, gates, vents, ejection systems, and much more can be gained by attending.

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