These seminars take place in our training center at Wulftec® in Ayer’s Cliff, Quebec.

Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis, so be sure to register early!

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Sales Seminar

Description

This is a unique opportunity for new distributors to learn about Wulftec® equipment and how to present it to prospective customers. Plus benefit from multiple "hands on" sessions.

Our next seminars:

Participants will learn, among other things:

  • Introduction of Internal Sales & Marketing Team
  • About Wulftec – The Company with the Solutions
  • Be Comfortable With Stretch Wrapping Equipment
  • What Makes Wulftec Unique / Advantage
  • Product Review / Options / Questionnaires
    • Semi-Automatic Stretch Wrappers
    • Automatic Stretch Wrappers
    • Strapping Systems
  • Overview of the Industry
  • Using Our Web Site / Sales Tools
  • Applications:
    • Semi-Automatic Stretch Wrappers
    • Automatic Stretch Wrappers
    • Strapping Systems
  • Competitive Review
  • Retrofits
  • Pallet Handling Solutions
  • Automation for Distribution Centers
  • Film Cost Analysis
  • ROI
  • Plant Tour
  • Hands-On Sessions – Stretch Wrappers,
  • Strapping Systems, Pallet Handling Solutions

Mandatory technical skills and knowledge the attendees MUST have:

No technical knowledge necessary. The seminar is aimed at both beginners and veterans in the field.

Mandatory equipment, software and/or cables the attendees MUST have:

Safety glasses and steel protected working shoes are required during the plant tour. If you do not have glasses or working shoes, we will provide them.

Note

 
For more information on this seminar, contact:
Colinda Lavallée
Phone: 819 838-4232 x274
Fax: 819 838-5539

Installation Seminar

Description

Please note: To ensure all participants benefit fully from our technical seminar, we have established basic technical skills and knowledge requirements that technicians MUST meet in order to take part in the seminar.

Our next seminars:

Participants will learn, among other things:

  • How Wulftec utilizes the various components in its machines.
  • Recommended maintenance for Wulftec® stretch wrappers.
  • Diagnosing and fixing common problems.
  • How Wulftec builds semi-automatic and automatic systems and common options with theoretical and practical demonstrations.
  • How Wulftec interlock communication signals work.
  • How the Wulftec® machine runs in sequence, how to service, trouble shoot and install both semi-automatic and automatic machines.

Mandatory technical skills and knowledge the attendees MUST have:

Basic mechanical knowledge including, but not limited to:

  • Chains: installation and servicing (lubrication and adjustment)
  • Gearboxes: installation and servicing
  • Bearings: installation and servicing

Basic electrical knowledge including, but not limited to:

  • Electrical component knowledge: relays, PLC, drives, photoeyes, switches
  • Electrical measurements: voltage, current, resistance, continuity
  • Electrical schematics

A diploma or certification in "Electromechanics" or similar course is recommended.

Mandatory equipment, software and/or cables the attendees MUST have:

Each participant is required to bring the following:

  • Safety glasses
  • Steel protected working shoes

Note

To ensure all participants benefit fully from our technical seminar, we have established basic technical skills and knowledge requirements that technicians MUST meet in order to take part in the seminar.

Participants should have one or more years of experience working on stretch wrapping systems in order to fully benefit from this course.

 
For more information on this seminar, contact:
Penny Nielsen
Phone: 819 838-4232 x275
Fax: 819 838-5539

Programming Seminar

Description

Wulftec offers a 3-day (during indicated week) Programming Seminar on a one-on-one basis. Participants will receive one day of theoretical learning and will assist in a machine start-up.

Our next seminars:

Participants will learn, among other things:

  • How Wulftec uses a state-logic structure to build its programs.
  • How Wulftec converts the state logic into ladder logic.
  • How Wulftec fragments the program into modular blocks to ease modifications and troubleshooting.
  • How the Wulftec® machine runs with the various automatic sequences.
  • Diagnosing and fixing common problems.

Mandatory equipment, software and/or cables the attendees MUST have:

  • Level 1 and Level 2 Technical Seminar Certification.
  • PLC programming knowledge (min. 1-year experience with mandatory items listed below)
  • Computer experience.
  • Ability to go "online" with major brands of PLC and touch screens.
  • Understanding of automated systems and how sequences work.

Mandatory equipment, software and cables the attendees MUST have:

The following equipment, software and cables are mandatory to attend the Wulftec Programming seminar

  • Safety glasses
  • Steel protected working shoes
  • Laptop computer equipped with the following items:
    • USB key of at least 512mb
    • 9300-USBS , USB to Serial port (used with 1761-CBL-PM02 or 1747 CP3)
    • Ethernet Straight to connect directly to any devices equipped with Ethernet port
    • Studio 5000 Logix Designer V24.00, V28.00 and V30.00 to modify and download programs into CompactLogix and ControlLogix PLCs
    • Factory Talk View Studio V9.00.00 (CPR 9 SR 6) to modify and download into PanelView Plus (600, 700, 1000 or 1200) HMIs
    • RS Linx Classic Gateway V3.90.00 (CPR 9 SR 9)

Note

To make sure participants have the best experience while attending our programming seminar, we have established basic knowledge and technical skills requirements the technicians MUST have before registering for the seminar.

Participants will fully benefit from this course if they have programming certification from a recognized school and two or more years of experience working on stretch wrapping systems.

 
For more information on this seminar, contact:
Geneviève Plante
Phone: 819 838-4232 x321
Fax: 819 838-5539