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11 May 2022

New Natoli Tablet Press and Tooling Training Scheduled

For years, one of Natoli Engineering’s competitive advantages has been our broad array of training courses. Where many companies only sell tablet press tooling and machinery, Natoli offers in-house training seminars that give our customers an opportunity to learn how to operate and maintain the equipment to peak performance.

On June 14-16, Natoli starts its summer training season with our Tablet Press & Tooling: Applied Learning Experience session at our global headquarters in St Charles, Missouri. The two-day seminar will teach students best practices for tablet press operation and maintenance. The course, which is offered a few times each year, is fully comprehensive, and each one provides students with the latest knowledge, research, and technology in tablet compression tooling. Supervisors, quality assurance and quality control personnel, and maintenance technicians at any stage are encouraged to attend.

Tableting mechanics taught by seasoned instructors

“Operators’ jobs are hands-on, so their training should be, too!”, says Dale Natoli. “The heavy focus on hands-on experience and classroom instruction provides the perfect balance to show attendees how tablet presses and tooling work in theory and in practice.”

Upon completion, students will have learned:

  • Assembly and disassembly of all main components of a rotary tablet press
  • Mechanics of press failures and cam wear
  • Relationships among maintenance, inspections, operations, and troubleshooting

To view our entire 2022 training schedule and register, please visit https://natoli.com/trainings/

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