On November 21st, Thomas de Sousa, a Technical Specialist for WipWare, conducted a WipFrag workshop at Queen’s University for 3rd year Mining Engineering Students.
During the workshop, the students performed two shaker sieve analyses. Once completed, the students compared them to the photoanalysis results using WipFrag.
The goal of this workshop was to demonstrate the accuracy, effectiveness, and efficiency of WipFrag to the students so that it can benefit them during their studies and their career.
Thank you to Takis Katsabanis for hosting this workshop and giving WipWare the opportunity to show our WipFrag software to the students.