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  Torsten Kruse  
Kruse Analysis, Inc.
Naples, Florida

Torsten Kruse is a highly regarded industry expert in injection molding. Following a successful career with Arburg, Inc. (1986-1995), he formed his own company, Kruse Analysis, Inc. in 1995. He has developed customized, in-house training courses for injection molders, and was a main platform speaker at NPE '94. He served as a consultant and part owner in the development of Paulson's "Sim-Tech" injection molding simulator as well as DVD-based injection molding training courses.

While at Arburg, Kruse worked on customer's injection molding applications, designed and delivered customer training programs, and headed the internal injection molding applications department.

"For many years I have traveled throughout North America visiting hundreds of injection molding companies. I've seen thousands of injection molding applications, and worked hands-on on hundreds of molds. That knowledge has given me a broad spectrum and expertise in injection molding that my simulation customers are enjoying now."

Kruse is a graduate of the Plastic Technology Institute in Braunschweig, Germany.

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Six Sigma Black Belt Recipients
Fall 2013
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Kyle Anderson
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Mark Johnson
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Congratulations to the latest recipient of UWM's Water Technology Certificate in fall 2013:

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