Free Webinars Offered

Simulation Software Webinars

SIGMASOFT® is offering a series of free webinars on August 23, September 7, September 21, September 22, September 27, October 12, and October 13 at 1pm ET/ 10am PT.

On August 23, September 21 and October, 12, Introduction to SIGMASOFT reviews simulations for designers, engineers and analysts, relevant to today’s complex design-for-injection molding process. Key differentiators will be highlighted through a detailed presentation.

The September 7 webinar, Analyze the Entire Mold, describes how the software generates simulations in a fundamentally different way than traditional simulation tools. When process simulation is coupled with all of the mold components, the entire injection mold and process is simulated, rather than assumed. This allows users to make accurate and confident decisions about tooling designs and process parameters. These capabilities will be shown through a PowerPoint presentation and software demonstration.

On September 22, Benefits of Multi-Cycle Analysis shows how users analyze multiple cycles as the mold reaches the quasi-stationary state and use the actual mold temperature variances for the simulation. This ensures the most realistic process and accurate simulation. These capabilities will be shown through a PowerPoint presentation and software demonstration.

In the September 27 SIGMASOFT®: Simulation Setup Demo, in-depth injection molding simulation software has traditionally been used by analysts who have the expertise to setup the complex mesh model required for simulation. With SIGMASOFT®, the meshing is done quickly without requiring "mesh clean-up". This allows designers, engineers, and managers in charge of mold and process layout to run complex injection molding scenarios easily. Companies no longer need to rely on a “meshing expert” to employ injection molding simulation. A software demonstration will highlight the model import and setup process for running analysis.

The October 13 webinar, SIGMASOFT®: Post-Molding Simulation shows the user how to calculate more and assume less. SIGMASOFT® continues to calculate what happens to the part(s) after ejection. After ejection, the part continues to cool to ambient temperature which results in additional stress relaxation & crystallization (for semi-crystalline materials). Capturing this portion of manufacturing is important to the final shrinkage, warpage, and stress prediction. These capabilities will be shown through a PowerPoint presentation and software demonstration.

Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of each webinar. It is recommended to attend the “Introduction to SIGMASOFT®” webinar prior to attending the topic-specific webinars (but not required).

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