Five Belton F.D. members attended the Southeastern Fire School March 12-13 hosted at the
South Carolina Fire Academy. Three members, (Norris, Creel, Maness), took part in the Advanced Auto Extrication training. Students were faced with many challenging scenarios all weekend long and operated as a team to complete the task. Chief Sims and Firefighter Browning attended a seminar entitled "50 Ways to Kill a Firefighter" where the topic of firefighter safety was discussed.
Once the choice to implement hot/cold molding has been made, figuring out which technology to use CNC machining would require careful analysis of the application. The first enter is the material to be processed; this can dictate the required minimal temperature to be attained. Additional inputs are desired surface traits, measurement and geometry of the molded half, volume and period of half manufacturing, and cycle-time and throughput requirements. For the tablet software, the user would possibly settle for a better capital gear investment in return for essentially the most dynamic heat-transfer technology that can achieve the fastest potential cycle time.ReplyDelete