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.
Beaumont Technologies is excited to announce that we have released our latest molding innovation that our industry can benefit from for no charge.
Beaumont Advanced Processing (BAP) has earned ISO 9001:2015 and 13485:2016 Certifications. Edward L. Maschmeier, Associate Vice President of SRI Quality System Registrar, noted that these certifications “provide evidence to customers, suppliers, employees, and their community of their commitment to producing a quality product (service) and providing customer satisfaction”
Beaumont Technologies Inc. has moved into a 40,000-square-foot building that links the firm’s education efforts through the American Injection Molding Institute, research, materials characterization, simulation expertise and real-world part design and molding.
During the Molding 2018 Conference in Long Beach, CA, Alex Beaumont joined a panel of other plastics professionals in an attempt to dissect the industry’s challenges to find, train, and retain employees.
While no clear cut solutions appeared easily available, Alex was able to add valuable information on the topic and further explain the importance of collaborating with others to bring new talent to the industry.
Also on the Panel were Rao Neelam (Comar), Jason Holbrook (KraussMaffei), John Berg (Sussex IM), and Michael Engler (AMA Plastics).
Beaumont Technologies, an engineering company that provides services and technologies to the plastics injection molding industry, recently expanded into a 40,000 square foot facility in Erie County. The growing high-tech company has no plans of slowing their pace.
“Our steady growth has resulted in our fourth expansion in our eighteen-year history, growing from a one-room incubator at Penn State Erie’s plastics lab to our current 40,000 square foot headquarters,” said John Beaumont, President. “We have cultivated an industry-leading team of engineers, lab technicians, and other skilled workers, in addition to our highly educated and experienced American Injection Molding (AIM) Institute instructors. We have come a long way from the two-person operation we were in 1998.”
MoldTrax and Beaumont’s American Injection Molding (AIM) Institute are excited to announce a brand new, first-of-its-kind conference for the injection molding industry. The Mold Performance Technology Conference will bring processing and tooling experts together to explore strategies to optimize mold performance and maintain efficiency on many different types of injection molds making products from all industries.
Come and learn from the leading educators in the plastics world and take home new ideas on how to improve your mold performance, maintenance efficiency, and most importantly — your bottom line.
Mold Designers, Tooling and Process Engineers, Managers, Supervisors, Repair Technicians, and Molders will all benefit from this special 3-1/2 day event to be held November 7-10 at the MoldTrax Maintenance Training Center in Ashland, Ohio.
Beaumont Technologies, Inc. has completed the acquisition of the Autodesk® MoldFlow® material characterization business that services North America and Europe. The operations, laboratory equipment and proprietary software will be transferred from Ithaca, NY to a new facility in Erie, PA where Beaumont is headquartered.