Kruse Training’s Circle of Knowledge Seminars are in-person* programs focused on “cause and effect” behaviors in injection molding. Our aim is to help develop synergistic teams of cross-trained professionals who can successfully design and mold plastic components.
The Circle of Knowledge program is 2-day in-person seminar based on the Kruse Training online training solution. The seminar is a comprehensive cross-training initiative for part designers, mold designers, and process engineers.
Upon completion of the seminar, participants receive a 3-month single-user account with unlimited access to the Kruse Training online training program. During this period users who complete Level 1 lessons with passing quiz scores will receive certification from Kruse Training. After three months, participants may choose to sign up for continued access to the online program for more advanced training as it becomes available.
*Seminars are open to senior part designers, mold designers, and process engineers unless otherwise noted.
Dates: September 30 – October 1, 2019
Location: Arburg, Inc. 51 Doppler, Irvine, CA 92618
Cost: $990 per person (includes 3-month unlimited access to Kruse Training)
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Torsten Kruse is a highly regarded industry expert in the injection molding industry. Following a successful 10-year career at Arburg, Inc. he formed his own company, Kruse Analysis, in 1995. Since that time, Torsten has worked with vast array of clients from various industries around the globe, providing him with a broad spectrum of experience in molding applications.During his career, Torsten developed customized in-house training courses for injection molders, was featured as a main platform speaker at NPE ’94, and served as a consultant and shareholder in the development of Paulson’s Sim-Tech™ injection molding simulator and DVD-based injection molding training courses. Torsten has also received prestigious certification awards during his career, which he achieved by demonstrating his knowledge of the injection molding process, mold-making materials, and problem solving skills. Through many years of experience, Torsten was able to create simulations and provides recommendations to optimize mold design and manufacturing techniques. Torsten is an expert in providing CAE simulation services to his clients. While still at Arburg, Torsten worked on customers’ injection molding applications, designed and delivered customer-training programs, and headed the internal injection molding applications department. Torsten has since become a well-respected and sought-out educator in simulations software technology, helping train and advise moldmaking engineers and designers all over the world.