Webinars

Webinars

If you’re looking for workshops that are brief (typically one hour long), require no travel (stream live from your computer) and focused (covering the topics that matter most to you), look no further than TAPPI Webinars. If you can’t make the live broadcast, you can download the recordings for free *some are only available for free to TAPPI members. Browse the list of previously-recorded webinars.

 

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How to Deal with Misleading Environmental Claims Related to Print and Paper
Presenter: Phil is President and COO of Two Sides U.S., a non-profit that that promotes the responsible use of print and paper, as well as the unique sustainability features of print and paper.
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How to Use Rheology to Characterize and Formulate Nanofiber Based Materials
Presenter: Yaman Boluk, University of Alberta
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Improving Sustainability with QCS Life Cycle Management
Since inception, Quality Control Systems (QCS) have played an integral role in the quality and efficiency of the paper industry. However, there are instances when needed capital dollars for upgrades are just not available. Agility is therefore required to sustain the life of the QCS while maintaining or improving profitability.
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Improving Winder Safety
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Increasing Paper Machine Agility with a Novel Grade Change Concept
A narrow grade mix and long grade runs were once common. Not today. Most machines make a wider set of products with many grade changes.
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Introduction to Emulsion Polymers
This webinar is presented by Ioan Marcu, Lubrizol and brought to you by the NET Division
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Introduction to Nonwovens Processes Part 2
Dr. Roy M. Broughton Jr. is Professor Emeritus, Polymer and Fiber Engineering, Auburn University, Auburn AL. Dr. Broughton graduated from North Carolina State University first in Pulp and Paper Technology then in Polymer and Fiber Science.
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Introduction to Nonwovens Processes Part I
Presenting this webinar are Christina Ruiz and Sneha Swaminathan of Holligsworth & Vose. Christina Ruiz is a Technology Scout for the R&D group at Hollingsworth & Vose. After working in the mineral processing industry with roles ranging from product and process development to quality management, Christina joined H&V's Advanced Fiber Nonwovens Group as an Scientist, developing new products on multiple nonwoven processing platforms.
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Introduction to Tissue Creping and Creping Chemistry
This webinar is will provide an overview of the creping process and the chemicals used to enhance it's effectiveness. Perfect for those who are new to tissue to tissue manufacturing process or just want to better understand of one of the more important and problematic areas of tissue making.