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Cavity Sensors as Enabler of Innovation - Practical Showcase | Sodick and Friends Webinar

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December 8, 2021 @ 1 PM CST

Cavity Sensors as Enabler of Innovation - Practical Showcase

Measure there where it happens!

Pressure and temperature are important process variables during the plastics injection molding process.

The measurement of those with appropriate sensor technology directly in the cavity where the part is created enables significant potentials for the production in nowadays times.

This webinar will introduce the fundamentals and  application potentials like enhancing production transparency and efficiency, smart production topics as well as environmental aspects.

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Our Guest Speaker

Florian is Head of Business Development at Kistler Group within the business unit Plastics. He studied mechanical engineering with a focus on plastics engineering (Dipl.-Ing.) at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany). For his master thesis he was then appointed and active as a research scholar at the Polymer Engineering Center (PEC) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA). Before he joined Kistler in 2017, Florian accomplished his MBA at University of St. Gallen (Switzerland) while previously gaining international project management experience working for an automotive steering system supplier. At Kistler Group, Florian focuses on the development of the strategic business field Plastics, which targets to support companies with Kistler’s process monitoring equipment enhancing the quality of molded plastics components. In his free time, Florian enjoys hikes in nature and likes biking, as well as gardening.





Florian Pichl Head of Business Development BU Plastics

Kistler Group



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