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3 Reasons to Train in Welding of Moulded Plastic Components

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Wed, 16 October, 2019

With more industry sectors designing complex parts that require welding or bonding there has been an increased uptake in the use of moulded plastic components. This includes components for industries ranging from automotive and aerospace to household goods, medical, and beyond.

With a mixture of practical and classroom-based training, TWI’s Welding of Moulded Plastic Components course is perfect for engineers and manufacturers working in this area.

Here are three reasons why you might consider extending your expertise with TWI’s Welding of Plastic Components training course:

  1. Gain the necessary welding knowledge for designing plastic moulded parts for complex high-integrity applications. As more industries use moulded plastic components, the skills required to design this parts is in increasing demand
  2. Understand the range of available processes for joining moulded parts. With several methods available, including hot plate, vibration, laser, ultrasonic and hot air staking, this course will give you the information to decide which is best for your needs
  3. Gain the information needed to optimise welding processes and troubleshoot any production problems. Optimising processes can improve productivity, while having the knowledge to solve production problems that may arise is also an invaluable skill to have

Our recent Welding of Moulded Plastic Components training course received positive feedback from the attendees, who noted the professionalism displayed by the lecturers as well as the “convivial atmosphere.” Meanwhile, another trainee noted that there was an “optimum balance between the theoretical and practical information.”

With our next course due to run from 3-5 March 2020, TWI are already accepting bookings for the training, with a 10% discount being offered for bookings taken before 13 December 2019. We also offer discounts for group bookings.

While we offer the training at our facilities, including a full practical demonstration, we can also provide the training on-site at your workplace.

You can find out more details and book your place here.

For more information please email:


contactus@twi.co.uk