Coating and Lamination in Packaging Applications - July 2018

Coating and Lamination in Packaging Applications

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Thursday, July 26, 2018

Learn coating and lamination fundamentals and apply your knowledge in operations and quality control.

July 26-27, 2018

Coating and Lamination in Packaging Applications
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

July 26-27, 2018

Register by June 26, 2018 to save!

This course is designed for those working in paper converting, coating, printing and flexible packaging. 

The content will be particularly beneficial to engineers, technicians, chemists, scientists, sales representatives, and customer service representatives. Representatives of companies that supply adhesives, inks, silicones, papers, plastic films and aluminum foils will also find this curriculum very useful.

Participants receive eight hours of classroom instruction, four hours of hands-on experience on state-of-the-art equipment, lunch and break refreshments both days.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand coating and lamination fundamentals and their applications
  • Recognize the various types of coaters and laminators and their applications
  • Understand workflow and unit operations
  • Recognize the raw materials and their properties, and learn their influences on the final products
  • Understand test basics
  • Apply the knowledge in operation and quality control

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