Automation and Injection Molding

Webinar: Wednesday, January 26, 2022 @ 2:00PM EDT

Streamline production for the removal of molded parts with versatile robots and intuitive tools.


Market trends and labor force realities are prompting manufacturers to add automation to their injection molding operations. Alleviating production bottlenecks and providing operational flexibility, contoured six-axis robots and innovative electrical interfaces are easily accommodating the efficient removal of molded parts from injection molding machines (IMMs).

Join Product Manager, Chris Caldwell, to discover how highly reliable, cost-effective robots and their peripherals can add capability to your shop floor. Gain insights on:

  • How robots can improve your production processes

  • What type of robots work best for injection molding

  • Why articulated robot arms are beneficial vs. gantry-style robots

  • What tools can streamline the robotic removal of parts from IMMs

    • Yaskawa’s SPI-67 electrical interface

  • Where else can robots help on your shop floor

  • What is the best way to monitor system uptime


Who Should Attend

  • Plastics industry professionals and integrators

  • Injection molding manufacturers and suppliers

About the Presenter



Chris Caldwell is Product Manager at Yaskawa Motoman, where he is responsible for product planning and execution throughout the product life cycle. This includes gathering and prioritizing product and customer requirements, defining the product vision and working to ensure customer goals are met. With over 15 years of experience in manufacturing and operations, he has worked in every corner of organizations to provide exceptional products and services, while optimizing costs, maintaining reliability and ensuring quality. Caldwell holds a BS in business management from Wright State University.



Webinar: Wednesday, January 26, 2022 @ 2:00PM EDT


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