Monobloc training, the 3-in-1 machines

Monobloc training

Training for the handling and control of a CDA packaging monoblock

The monobloc training is provided by CDS, a company that provides after-sales service for CDA packaging machines.

 

CDS training courses are dedicated to the use of CDA monoblocks: feeding, filling, screwing and labelling systems. The objective is to optimise the packaging of your products while maximising your autonomy and the life of the machine.

 

Our training courses are dedicated to all CDA monoblocks:

E-Fill,
E-Fill SW,
E-Fill SW Pipette.

 

In addition, CDS training courses are intended for all people working on a CDA monobloc, whatever the sector of activity or the format of the product to be filled: food products (sauces, drinks), chemical products (varnishes, solvents, etc.), cosmetic products (balm, soap, gel) or e-liquid products for electronic cigarettes

 

We also adapt our training to the configuration of your machine and to the specificities (such as the shape of your caps and containers, the dosage system, etc.) of your production.

 

MONOBLOC TRAINING

 

LEVEL I

 

ACCESS MODALITY(IES) :

  • Having a CDA monobloc

 

OBJECTIVE(S) :

  • To know how to use your monobloc independently
  • To be able to make basic adjustments to one or two formats

 

PREREQUISITE :

  • No prerequisite

 

DURATION :

  • 2 days or 14 hours

 

TEACHING AIDS :

  • Functional machine
  • Operating instructions
  • Practical cases

 

EVALUATION METHOD(S) :

  • MCQs at the beginning and end of the course
  • Placement in a situation

 

PEDAGOGICAL COST :

  • 1,980€ EXCL.

 

ACCESS TIME :

  • 1 month after receiving the material or the request if the material is already on site

 

CONTACT :

Marion Moreno, Project Manager – marion.moreno@cdafrance.com

 

ACCESSIBILITY :

People encountering difficulties are invited to contact the disability referent, Marie GABARRET – marie.gabarret@cdafrance.com

 

 

 

LEVEL I MONOBLOC TRAINING PROGRAMME

 

Profile: Machine operator

 

General description of the operation of the machine.

Start-up elements (disconnector, pneumatic nozzle, touch screen): function and location.

Sub-assemblies composing the machine: exact name, function, physical location, location in touch screen control.

Safety: on/off, emergency stop: function and location, moving parts.

 

Theoretical training on the operation of the machine.

Explanation of the operation of the machine and its sub-assemblies.

Clarification of the mechanical settings: position of the cells, belt passage, heights of the sub-assemblies, nozzles, capping system(s) and control systems

Work on the automation settings: cells, touch screen, activations, timings, Pick & Place parameters, setting recording (memory).

 

Practical training.

Practical case study of sub-assembly settings:

  • Star and counter star assembly
  • Installation of nozzles, peristaltic pump pipes, piston dosing
  • Filling circuit priming
  • Adjustment of the dose, correction
  • Height of the filling module
  • Feeding of caps (giraffe, bowl, ramp)
  • Screwing system, height, centring device
  • Start-up of labelling stations
  • Adjustment of feeding table and/or bowl
  • Transfer belt at machine exit
  • Cleaning the circuit
  • Identification of wearing parts and periodic maintenance

 

 

*Our training courses are tailor-made to meet your needs. Please contact us so that we can determine your personalised programme together.

 

 

 

 

MONOBLOC TRAINING

 

LEVEL II

 

ACCESS MODALITY(IES) :

  • To own a monobloc or a complete ADC packaging line

 

OBJECTIVE(S) :

  • To be able to carry out fine adjustments and multiple format changes
  • To be able to optimise the machine’s output

 

PREREQUISITE :

  • To have completed the MONOBLOC LEVEL I course

 

DURATION :

  • 7 hours

 

TEACHING AIDS :

  • Functional machine
  • Operating instructions
  • Practical cases

 

EVALUATION METHOD(S) :

  • MCQs at the beginning and end of the course
  • Placement in a situation

 

PEDAGOGICAL COST :

  • 990€ EXCL.

 

ACCESS TIME :

  • 1 month after receipt of the application

 

CONTACT :

Marion Moreno, Project Manager – marion.moreno@cdafrance.com

 

ACCESSIBILITY:

People encountering difficulties are invited to contact the disability referent, Marie GABARRET – marie.gabarret@cdafrance.com

 

 

MONOBLOC TRAINING PROGRAMME LEVEL II

 

Profile: Machine setter

 

Practical training, fine tuning and situational training

  • Guidance on settings for multiple formats.
  • Practical case study of sub-assembly settings:
    • Locking, rate optimisation
    • Star and counter star assembly
    • Installation of nozzles, peristaltic pump pipes, piston dosing
    • Priming the filling circuit
    • Dose adjustment, correction
    • Height of the filling module
    • Feeding of caps (giraffe, bowl, ramp)
    • Screwing system, height, centring device
    • Labelling stations
    • Feeding table and/or bowl
    • Transfer belt at machine exit
    • Cleaning the circuit
    • Dismantling of moving parts

 

 

*Our training courses are tailor-made to meet your needs. Please contact us so that we can determine your personalised programme together.

Don't hesitate to contact CDA about our trainings

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