Tablet Compression Resource is launching three new training opportunities in 2017! These opportunities include a full-day tablet manufacturing seminar, as well as open houses for formulation troubleshooting and standard operating procedure creation and optimization.
Documentation Day- Thursday June 8th
In this one-day no cost open house, presented by Rosario Palminteri and Stephen Natoli, TCR invites you to bring in your current Standard Operating Procedures for review, or get instructions on creating brand new procedures. Talk with industry experts to discuss the Inspection, Cleaning, Maintenance, and Handling of your tablet compression tools. TCR’s experts will show you effective ways to improve your processes! Bring in your own floorplan and get suggestions for more efficient layouts or simply get expert advice on best practice methods.
This event will be an all-day event and food and beverage will be provided. No reservations necessary but to reserve time or request information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tablet Manufacturing & Troubleshooting Seminar- Thursday July 27th
This full-day seminar includes hands-on learning from top industry experts. Attendees learn how to identify and prevent tablet defects, and common tool and die wear. The seminar also teaches basic tablet press set-up and operation through hands-on demonstrations and a live press run. Tooling Technicians, Tablet Press Operators, Tablet Press Maintenance Technicians, and more will benefit from this comprehensive seminar.
Limited seats. Contact email@example.com to reserve your seat today!
Bring in Your Blend- Thursday September 14th
Having issues with a particular formulation? During this one-day no-cost open house, TCR and Natoli Engineering will run your new or troublesome formulation* on either a single station NP-RD10 or the 28 station NP-400. Receive instant feedback on your formulation from the experts, along with suggestions for improving tabletability and other common tablet compression issues.
*as little as 1/4 KG for running on the NP-RD10, and up to 20KG for the NP-400 (up to 3 hours maximum run time on NP-400, please contact TCR to schedule a time).
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information