AJU Calendar

Nov
3
Mon
2014 Forming Roundtable – Appleton, WI November 3-6, 2014 @ Paper Valley Hotel
Nov 3 – Nov 6 all-day

Forming Roundtable – Appleton, Wisconsin

The 2014 Forming Roundtable will feature a variety of topics designed to provide learning experiences for those who have been working on machines for many years as well as those who are newcomers. The agenda is mixed with presentations followed by roundtable discussions. If you have specific questions or topics you would like discussed during the roundtables, please send to daryl.wells@astenjohnson.com or you can include it with your registration below.

The registration fee is $800 (US and Canadian) and covers all costs except travel to and from the conference.

To take advantage of this unique opportunity, please complete and return the registration form.

The deadline for registration is October 3.

Agenda:

Monday, November 3rd

Hospitality Dinner downtown Appleton

Tuesday, November 4th

  • Maintenance/troubleshooting – Headbox technology
  • Vacuum system design, operating standards and best practices
  • Forming technology for quality and runnability
    • Fourdrinier and Top Wire Formers
  • Case studies
  • Roundtables

Wednesday, November 5th

  • Forming technology for quality and runnability
    • Gap formers
  • VIB profiling technology
  • Case studies
  • Roundtables
  • Appleton Forming Fabric plant tour

Thursday, November 6th

  • Maximizing performance from Forming survey
  • Fabric technology
  • Case studies
  • Roundtables
  • Adjourn at Noon
Nov
4
Tue
2014 Fundamental Data Analysis @ AJU Charleston, SC
Nov 4 @ 8:00 am – Nov 6 @ 4:00 pm

AstenJohnson University (AJU) was established in 2005 as one way to invest in the development of future papermakers and to provide a forum for learning and sharing of common business practices. This AJU session will focus on the collection and use of process data to trouble shoot and improve processes and products. By concentrating on a set of powerful fundamental tools used in Six Sigma, we will be able to provide students with specific, applicable information that can be put into practice immediately upon returning to the mill. We will use examples of papermaking data in the training, and encourage participants to bring your examples of data for past problems or current challenges to explore in class.
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This training session has been created to address the needs of individuals responsible for process monitoring and optimization, product conformity and cost containment. This training is well suited for process engineers and technicians, quality engineers and technicians, and management and supervisory roles.

THE COST

The tuition is $900 and covers your hotel room, meals and all training materials. You will be housed at the Hyatt Place Charleston Airport. The only additional expense to you will be your travel costs to and from Charleston. Class will start at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, November 4 and conclude at 12 noon on Thursday, November 6. Detailed logistics of the training will be provided upon your enrollment. The registration form should be completed and returned to your AstenJohnson sales representative or to Sue McCann.

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