New Webinar: How to Use Simulation to Reduce Material and Part Cost
Register for this free webinar on reducing downstream risk through injection molding simulation software.
Producing plastics parts in today’s global, competitive market is not easy. Engineers and designers face demanding requirements for parts quality, cost and time to market. One of the ways that injection molding professionals are addressing these demands is through the integration of simulation software.
Specific presentation topics will include how to:
- Implement easy-to-use simulation workflows upfront to reduce risk downstream,
- Ensure molds are right the first time, regardless of complexity,
- Reduce material & part cost and
- Utilize the power of many with DOE analysis to evaluate the sensitivity and significance of changing geometry and process variables on your user defined quality criteria.
As an additional feature of this webinar, one attendee will receive a 30-day free Moldflow trial plus an hour-long consultation on workflows that will accelerate time to market and profitability.
This webinar will take place Tuesday, July 31 from 2:00 p.m.—3:00 p.m. ET.
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