Recorded November 12, 2009
Presented by Fred Humbert, General Manager of Controls, Husky Injection Molding Systems
Husky’s commitment to keeping their customers in the lead drives them to deliver the highest value products and services. They constantly strive to provide this value by lowering overall part cost and at the same time improving part quality. Their Altanium hot runner controller is the critical, last element of control before the plastic pellet becomes your part. Active Reasoning Technology (ART) is the core logic that insures all Altanium controllers provide the highest quality parts at the lowest cost. ART is a unique combination of hardware and software that dynamically optimizes the hot runner system.
|In this webinar, Husky’s control team presents some of the key features and benefits of Active Reasoning Technology focusing on:|
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