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Natoli Announces 2017 Technical Training Course Schedule

<p>Natoli Engineering rolls out its 2017 technical training course schedule, headlining: <i>Basics of Tablet Manufacturing and</i> <i>Troubleshooting</i>.</p>

News Release

Space is limited is a phrase you’ll be hearing a lot more of in the coming months as Natoli Engineering rolls out its 2017 technical training course schedule, headlining: Basics of Tablet Manufacturing and Troubleshooting.

 

The dates for 2017 are:

 

January 24-26

April 25-27

August 22-24

November 7-9

 

For more than 20 years, Natoli’s three-day courses have catered to anyone involved in the tablet compression industry, including pharmaceutical, veterinary, nutritional, confectionary and industrial markets. Primary beneficiaries are: tooling technicians, tablet press operators, tablet press maintenance technicians, QC/QA personnel, research and development and their supervisors.

 

Attendees will learn from veteran industry experts in both classroom and hands-on environments with plenty of opportunity for one-on-one time and Q&A.

 

Course Takeaways

 

Enhancing knowledge of troubleshooting and maintenance procedures for tablet presses and tooling. Increasing understanding of TSM specifications and tooling options to reduce downtime by minimizing compression problems.

 

Learning Objectives:

 

  • Basics of tablet shapes & designs
  • Tablet press setup and operation
  • General background of tooling options and steel type
  • Tool Inspection
  • Formulation and granulation overview
  • Introduction to Natoli’s TM-II tool inspection system
  • Hands-on tool and reworking & polishing

 

Visit Basics of Tablet Manufacturing and Troubleshooting for a course brochure and to register.

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