I Holland Highlights Innovative Tablet Tooling Services at Achema 2018

May 10, 2018

The tablet tooling manufacturer will showcase its products and services, which include an online training package and a tool management system for proactive monitoring of tooling rotations, inventory, and maintenance.

Tablet tooling manufacturer, I Holland, will be demonstrating its latest services and product portfolio to the process industry at Achema 2018 from June 11–15, 2018.

“I Holland continues to push the boundaries of tablet design and manufacture by consistently improving and developing new services and products to enable our partners to make better tablets,” said marketing manager Alex Bunting in a press statement. “Achema will be used to particularly focus on I Holland’s services, including design and training. We will have a live design studio on the stand where visitors can see how we develop tablets from the ground up to prevent common problems like sticking and picking by considering important features like the shape and profile of the tablet, and tooling required to make them successful. There will be a rapid prototyping service demonstrated from the stand, so following designing the perfect tablet, visitors can see the drawing come to life and hold the tablet in their hand only a few hours later.” 

I Holland will also demonstrate its flexible online training package during the show, which gives manufacturers the ability to train staff and manage specific requirements and certification easily and at their convenience.

“We believe training and support delivered through flexible channels is an important service that many tablet manufacturers are looking to adopt,” Bunting explained.  “As regulations and record keeping are ever more stringent, the requirement for advice and training that can be implemented quickly is essential. This is where support through a variety of sources will be important.” 

According to Bunting, I Holland’s online training tools enable individuals and businesses to receive expert knowledge at the touch of a button. “This style of training can focus on specific elements of tablet manufacture and provide the appropriate information and certification to the individual,” he said. 

The company will also be showcasing itstool management system, which allows proactive monitoring of tooling rotations, inventory, and maintenance. The software has been developed to monitor tablet production, giving manufacturers a complete audit trail on tooling usage and maintenance. It also incorporates an in-depth guide to tooling specification and troubleshooting.Furthermore, it has the capability to archive tablet and tool images and drawings, incorporating an alarm to alert users of any problems including over compression, when maintenance is required, and when tooling replacements should be planned.

Source: I Holland, Hall 3, Booth H100