Sept 18, 2018

The IFAI Webinar will be taking place September 27th 2018 from 12-1pm EST. Free for IFAI members and $79 for non-members.

Learn about the different types of welding equipment including: hand-held, hot air, hot wedge, radio frequency (RF), high frequency (HF), impulse and ultrasonic. Find which application works best for you and discover your ROI!

The presenters will be:

Jason Damis of Miller Weldmaster
Jason Damis is the East Coast territory manager for Miller Weldmaster, manufacturers of thermoplastic welding equipment. Jason has been in the industrial and technical textile market for over 8 years and has consulted on numerous projects for large corporations and small businesses both domestically and internationally.

Ken Huber of Leister Technologies
Ken Huber is the product specialist for technical textiles at Leister Technologies, the worldwide leader in plastic welding and hot-air equipment. During his tenure, he spearheaded the strategy of technical textiles and industrial fabrics product lines and witnessed its exponential growth.
Traci Evling of JTE Machines
Traci Evling is the majority owner and managing member of JTE Machines, an engineering-based manufacturer and full-service company dedicated to providing advanced RF, ultrasonic welding and automated cutting solutions to the industrial fabrics industry and beyond. Traci earned her MBA before joining her husband, Jens Evling, to build welding equipment.

To register please visit here.

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