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Cutting-edge solutions in the field of injection molding

Next January 26, 2016 Aitiip Technology Centre and HRSflow are pleased to invite you to a technical seminar on FlexFlow, a system to achieve better results in the injection molding, improved aesthetic standards, quality of materials and surfaces, reduced scrap and increased cost efficiency.

Jornada técnica sobre sistemas de obturación eléctrica FLEXflow – Aitiip

On this seminar, which takes place in Aitiip Technology Centre, Zaragoza, it will be held in the first place a technical presentation of the product. Subsequently, a live demonstration will take place by carrying out the production of a back spoiler with a mold equipped with a hot channel system for FLEXflow by HRSFLOW for automobile surfaces with high standards.

Attendees will have the opportunity to know the Advanced Technological Services that Aitiip offers to customers and also some success stories.

Jornada técnica sobre sistemas de obturación eléctrica FLEXflow – Aitiip


9.45: Registration 


Presentation Inglass – HRS flow. Xavier Ribes, General Manager Spain/Portugal

Flex Flow New technology. Moreno Carvani, FLEXflow Product Manager; Giampiero Intrieri, Automotive Key Account Manager; Nicola Pavan, CAE Dept Coordinator

11.00: Aitiip and Advanced Technological Services to companies. Víctor Rivera, General Manager, Aitiip Technology Centre

11.30: Coffee break - networking.

12.00: Live demonstration FLEXflow system. Hocine GRARADJI, Customers Service / Process Engineer

13.30: Visit to Aitiip facilities. Berta Gonzalvo, Research Manager, Aitiip Technology Centre.

14.00: Closing


Registration is free but must be done because the seating is limited.

To register please complete the following link: http://goo.gl/forms/ymUUaKkF0f

For any question please write or call to José A. López, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 976 46 45 44



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