Joseph Kotwis, DuPont
The start-up of any web equipment is the introduction of the web to the machine. If engineers were diligent, knowledgeable and well-supported, there can be a long and effective relationship between the web and machine. The presenters represent the material side (Kotwis) and the machine side (Stephan): both are needed to tell the story. To make a web run well on equipment, it takes the product/process expert and the equipment supplier. The presenters will take you through the key ingredients to a successful start-up, including design requirements, programming, tuning, test protocol, and methodology.
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