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The final day of this training course concluded with hands-on sessions on tablet press operations, tablet testing, and the liquid filling of capsules. Featured speakers on the final day included Stephen Natoli and Randy Jung of Natoli Engineering, Miah Robertson of MMR Industrial, and Vijayan Ashwanth of Soltax Testing Solutions.  In addition to the hands-on

The 2nd day of Natoli Engineering’s 2-day training seminar Cannabis Tablets & Capsules – Common Issues, Tips and Solutions got off to a fast start with a presentation on cannabis tablet design and tooling options by Stephen Natoli.  Attendees next learned of tablet press options and the benefits of using advanced tablet press instrumentation software

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The first day of Natoli Engineering’s training seminar Cannabis Tablets & Capsules – Common Issues, Tips and Solutions has received rave reviews.  Speakers on day one of this 2-day educational event included Allison Labriola of Chemroy who spoke on approaches to tablet formulation in the cannabis industry, and Nick Slater of the Freund Vector Corporation

Robert Sedlock, Director of Technical Training & Development at Natoli Scientific, taught a module on tablet compaction for a short course at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. The course, Tablets & Capsules Hands-On Short Course, took place October 15-19, 2018. Robert’s lecture taught course participants about powder compression, tablet press operation, test methods for formulation development, and compaction

Natoli Scientific’s new Telford, Pennsylvania, R&D laboratory opened its doors with the inaugural “Formulation Development, Scale-up, and Intro to Microtabs” training October 8-10, 2018. Seventeen attendees from the pharma, specialty chemicals, nutritional supplements, and pyrotechnics industries helped us kick off activities in our new facility. Taught by industry-leading experts, our attendees learned new approaches to formulation

Natoli Engineering hosted two successful training sessions on July 19, 2018 – one in New York and one in California. Natoli’s Tablet Compression Resource (TCR) center in Holbrook, New York, had a sold-out class for “From Coating to Compression: Quality Tablets from Start to Finish.” Instructors Stephen Natoli, Rosario Palminteri, and special guest speaker Chris

Natoli will host four tablet manufacturing and encapsulation training seminars this summer. Natoli’s Technical Center in Cypress, California, will host a one-day Encapsulation Training Seminar on July 19, 2018. This course offers an overview of the encapsulation process as well as hands-on experience with proper segment and dosing alignment, a critical step in encapsulation. Natoli’s Long Island, New

Natoli Engineering participated in the Visegrád Pharmaceutical Packaging Innovation Symposium hosted by Prodieco on May 16, 2018, in Krakow, Poland. Natoli Poland’s Grzegorz Grzybowski presented a session on tablet tooling, including tooling options, tool inspection, tool reworking and polishing, and troubleshooting. The symposium was held in response to demand from engineering departments within the pharmaceutical industry for better insight

A full classroom of 18 people attended a one-day tablet press training seminar at Natoli’s technical center in Southern California on April 26, 2018. The seminar was a mix of classroom and hands-on training for the attendees, who work in positions ranging from R&D to operations. The day began with classroom learning on powder compaction and compression, taught by

Natoli Engineering hosted three tablet compression training seminars the week of April 9, 2018, at the technical center in Poland. Each seminar consisted of classroom presentations and hands-on demonstrations of tool inspection, tool maintenance, and tablet press setup and operation. Each seminar (with the exception of Friday’s) was a two-day seminar with 15-20 attendees. Attendees traveled from

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