Kevin Klotz is a 35 year experienced veteran of the Plastics Engineering and Manufacturing industry. He currently manages the Simulation Services department for MGS Mfg. Inc. at their Germantown, WI Headquarters facility. Mr. Klotz is an experienced toolmaker, tool designer and a BSME graduate of Michigan Technological University.
Before creating and leading the Simulation Services Group at MGS, Kevin spent 15+ years serving Rockwell Automation in multiple engineering, supervisory and management roles. Mr. Klotz is currently guiding the use of CAE Simulation and Additive Manufacturing technologies to benefit customers through product design and tool design optimization at MGS. Kevin is frequently called upon to share knowledge at industry technical conferences, seminars and users groups.
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3:15 PMRoom: Calhoun Salon
Using Conformal Cooling Technologies
MGS has been building conformal cooled molds for more than 10 years. This presentation will detail various applications, subsequent results both simulated and actual, and will delve into the decision process that lead to the chosen cooling technology. The choice of cooling approach for every project is a decision based upon a weighted review of part and tool cost, part complexity, lead time, resin type, wall thickness and overall size.