On Wednesday, August 14th, WipWare’s Value Added Retailer Technical Liaison, Marty Wanner visited Queen’s University in the beautiful city of Kingston, Ontario. Marty worked with the Head of The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining, Takis Katsabanis, and the Bachelor of Mining Engineering Technology students. They completed a hands-on lab that included reviewing manual sieving techniques and photo analysis with WipWare’s fragmentation analysis software, WipFrag 3.
The lab included reviewing the WipFrag iOS App and working with WipFrag for Windows. Also, the lab compared the manual sieve analysis results with the photo analysis software results. Features and benefits of both processes were discussed, and the features of online analysis systems were also reviewed.
Marty very much enjoyed working with the BTech students, learning more about manual sieving techniques, and sharing resources.