- published: 23 Oct 2012
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A short prezi about Beaumont Technologies and its products and services, including MeltFlipper(R), plastics training courses, and advanced processing and testing.
Learn how MeltFlipper®, specifically the iMARC™ Adjustable Insert system, can fix cosmetic defects in single cavity tools.
This demonstration shows how MeltFlipper® technology naturally balances the rheology, fill and packing of the product. The cavity pressure readings show that nothing is altered aside from adjusting the injection molding machine's packing pressure.
From offering advanced processing and higher testing standards to the release of the new 5 Step Process(TM) version 4.0 mold balance diagnostic software, Beaumont Technologies has several new products and services for its clients. Learn more about these and others, including Veri-flo(TM) II (material verification service) and the NEW-TO-THE-INDUSTRY Therma-flo(TM) Moldometer (a new method for characterizing a plastic material and testing its ability to be injected through the molding process), all outlined in detail in this short presentation.
Headquartered in Erie, Pa., Beaumont Technologies is the pioneer and world leader of in-mold rheological control technologies for plastics injection molding. The inventor of MeltFlipper® and other technologies, Beaumont provides a broad range of plastics engineering services, including molding simulation, industry education courses, material characterization, and process/design development consultancy. To learn more about Beaumont Technologies, visit our website at http://www.beaumontinc.com/
When most people think of MeltFlipper®, they think of correcting imbalances in multi-cavity molds. This videos gives an in-depth look at how MeltFlipper® can solve several molding issues in single-cavity molds.
The Beaumont The FH series machine is designed and built for the Aerospace industry. The 6 axis of motion and power supply functions are key to its endless capability. It uses the Fanuc 31i controller and for tool changing the 6 axis Fanuc robot. Beaumont EDM focuses on our customer application needs. There are many EDM functions and features that are based off our aerospace customers changing technology requirements: e.g. EDM milling and shaped diffuser technology, depth tracking, blind hole, Micro pulse technology. Shaped diffuser technology is available on all new Beaumont Fast Hole Machines.
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The ultimate goal of our Radiation Oncology Residency program is to provide the graduating radiation oncologist with a complete understanding of malignant diseases, such that he or she may independently practice the highest quality of radiation oncology in either private practice or academic medicine. Learn more: http://www.beaumont.edu/medical-education/residencies/radiation-oncology-residency/