Konica Minolta Sensing Events

Live Webinars


Konica Minolta webinars are led by knowledgeable color and light experts, bringing you up to date on a variety of technological and measurement issues. These interactive webinars offer a convenient way to discuss topics and submit questions to our experts. View or attend a free webinar to learn how you can easily solve your color and light challenges with Konica Minolta.

How to Control the Color
of Plastic More Efficiently
Using SPC


Date:
Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Time:

2:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT

(Duration One Hour)





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How to Control the Color of Plastic More Efficiently Using SPC

In this webinar, viewers will learn how to recognize and analyze variability in production processes where color is an important added value. Various tools and techniques for dealing with process and measurement variability will be explored along with examples from the industry. In addition, viewers will take away practical methods for applying Six Sigma DMAIC methodology to discover and correct critical issues affecting color quality, leading to improved efficiency, product consistency, and reduced waste.

Topics:
  • Applying Statistical Process Control
    (SPC) to Color
  • Coloration Process
  • Variability in Color Processes
  • Measurement Systems
  • Trends in Production
  • Correlations
  • Real-Time Color Control
Who Should Attend:
  • Process Engineers
  • Production Managers
  • Plant QC
  • Technical Engineers
  • Continuous Improvement (CI)
    Managers and Engineers
Speaker Profiles:
Dan Randall, National Sales Manager
Dan Randall, National Sales Manager

Dan Randall is the National Sales Manager for In-line Solutions for Konica Minolta Sensing. His extensive background in color applications and technology covers the gamut from quality control, formulation, color management, communication, imaging, and process control. His industrial experience spans the range of textiles, paints, plastics, fibers, paper, and food where he worked as a color chemist, and most recently as a technical engineer. As a sales and business professional, he applied his knowledge of color applications to the fields of color communication and color management for national and global supply chains. He has helped many well-known brands establish effective color programs with their suppliers. His present role with Konica Minolta Sensing is to provide manufacturers the ability to control the color of their products within their process lines.


For further information, email marketing.sus@konicaminolta.com

Instrumentation for
LED Test & Measurement


Date:
Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Time:

11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST

(Duration One Hour)





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Instrumentation for LED Test & Measurement

Led by Konica Minolta and Instrument Systems, the world leaders in LED measurement systems, this webinar will explore the powerful solutions for determining luminous flux, luminous intensity, color parameters, spectrum, and spatial radiation patterns of LEDs. Differences between photometers and colorimeters and different spectrometer types will be discussed. Desirable properties in spectrometers and the trade-offs in choosing different features will be covered. We will also discuss LED measurement metrics and the accessories needed to obtain them. Following this webinar, LED or lighting designers will have a better understanding on various turnkey solutions available to help develop new products efficiently and accurately.

Speaker Profiles:
Jay Katral, Sales Manager and Chief Technical Adviser

Jay Catral attended De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines where he majored in Electronics Engineering with a minor in Communications. He began his career with Konica Minolta in 1992 with Minolta’s photographic division and in 2002 moved to what was then Minolta’s Instrument Systems Division as a Master Technician for the Service Dept. In 2007 he joined the Sales team where he handles the Radiometric Products portfolio. Currently, Jay is the Technical Sales and Applications Manager for the South Eastern United States in addition to holding the position of Chief Technical Adviser for Radiometric Products.


For further information, email marketing.sus@konicaminolta.com