Beaumont Technologies Training Courses Cover Seven Plastics Topics

Originally titled 'Training Courses Cover Seven Plastics Topics'

Beaumont Technologies (Booth 4123) now offers seven courses in its Plastics Professional Continuous Education and Training Series, including “Plastic Flow & Design Essentials for Mold Makers/Designers” and “Understanding & Applying Flow Simulation.”

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Beaumont Technologies (Booth 4123) now offers seven courses in its Plastics Professional Continuous Education and Training Series, including “Plastic Flow & Design Essentials for Mold Makers/Designers” and “Understanding & Applying Flow Simulation.” The former is specifically designed for moldmakers/designers and tooling engineers without much of a plastics background, while the latter course was created for those who want to understand the ins and outs of mold filling simulation.

According to the company, all course offerings focus on education versus the typical process training, teaching students how to engineer solutions based on science, not habits. They emphasize the in-depth relationships among plastic flow, mold and part design, and processing and part quality.

Beaumont also is now an authorized Moldflow training center. Its Autodesk Moldflow training courses are the same courses offered by Autodesk, but taught by Beaumont, the company says. They include a variety of instructor-led courses for novice, intermediate and advanced-level users.

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