NEWS & BLOG

Beaumont Advanced Processing: Who Are We?

When most of our industry thinks about Beaumont, the first thing that comes to mind is usually John Beaumont’s patented Meltflipper® technology. After all, that is our legacy product and what put Beaumont on the map.

Many people are surprised to find out just how extensively Beaumont has developed over the last twenty-one years. Now, Beaumont has four companies under its umbrella: Beaumont Technologies (the former Beaumont Runner Technologies), Beaumont Development, Beaumont Advanced Processing, and the American Injection Molding Institute. We offer comprehensive services to the injection molding industry, including Moldflow® simulation, consulting, education & training, material characterization, and even production injection molding.


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Beaumont’s Ben Ellis Wins Outstanding Young Injection Molding Engineer Award from SPE

Beaumont Advanced Processing’s Development Manager Ben Ellis has won the inaugural Outstanding Young Injection Molding Engineer (OYIME) Award from SPE‘s Injection Molding Division. This award “recognizes injection molding engineers age 35 or younger who have made exceptional contributions and accomplishments in the molding industry.”


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Beaumont Advanced Processing Expands to Offer Cleanroom Molding

ERIE, PA – Beaumont Advanced Processing (BAP) ended 2018 by achieving a major milestone: the company passed its certification audit and is now offering cleanroom injection molding that is classified to Class 8 standards per ISO 14644-1:2015 guidelines.


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Mold vs. Machine

Mold vs. Machine: Evaluation Considerations

By: Jason Travitz, Sr. Processing Instructor, AIM

Much can be written about Mold vs. Machine criteria and selecting the correct machine for a given mold. This evaluation can become stressful for a molder because if one of the criteria is missed or incorrect, the mold may not run or will run poorly in the selected machine.


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Why You Should Educate and Train Your Non-Technical Personnel

Why You Should Educate and Train Your Non-Technical Personnel

By: David Hoffman, Director of the AIM Institute

Before we get too far along, we need to define what we mean by non-technical personnel. For the purpose of this article, we will define them as those who have not had some level of formal education, training, or experience in engineering, designing, or manufacturing of plastic parts or injection molds. In most companies, that leaves your sales and marketing teams, but could also include various other roles/job titles depending on their specific function within your organization.


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Beaumont’s AIM Institute Partners with iMFLUX

ERIE, PA – Beaumont’s American Injection Molding (AIM) Institute is teaming up with iMFLUX, a wholly owned subsidiary of Procter & Gamble (P&G), to offer two levels of training on iMFLUX’s proprietary process control system for the plastics injection molding industry.


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Beaumont’s AIM Institute Instructing NEW Apprenticeship Program

ERIE, PA – Beaumont’s American Injection Molding (AIM) Institute has teamed up with Clarion University and the Keystone Community Education Council (KCEC) to help bridge the skills gap in Northwestern Pennsylvania’s manufacturing workforce. The inaugural class of the Plastics Process Technician Apprenticeship Program will step through AIM’s doors on November 12th to begin two years of classroom and on-the-job-training.


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Beaumont’s NEW Molding Genius

ERIE, PA – Beaumont Technologies is excited to announce that we have released our latest molding innovation that our industry can benefit from for no charge.


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