2017 Annual Moldflow Summit

This two-day conference for plastics professionals shares the latest techniques and trends in plastics design. Whether you are an experienced Moldflow user, an executive looking to improve your plastic products or someone interested in getting started with plastics simulation, this conference has something for you.

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Plastics are used in a wide array of industries and applications. The annual Moldflow summit brings together a wide range of professionals to enhance collaboration and interdisciplinary learning opportunities, including mold engineers, plastics professionals and engineeering leadership.

Investigate and discuss different approaches to injection molding, cooling methods, surface finish quality, lightweighting, material properties, cycle time optimization, and much more. Network with other plastics professionals and industry experts. Gain valuable insights and techniques to improve your plastics knowledge. See how the plastics industry is changing due to industry forces, technologies and consumer demands. Become a leader in this new era of product innovation.

This two-day, high-touch event in Troy, Michigan, at the Michigan State Management Education Center on June 7-8 from 9am to 5pm will showcase what’s new in Moldflow.The focused agenda is designed to improve the knowledge, skills and understanding of plastics simulation for plastics professionals. You will have the opportunity to listen to experts in the field and interact with colleagues in the plastics community.

Here are five reasons to attend:

  1. Provide you with two full days of free (no conference fees) education and training focused on plastics simulation
  2. Facilitate networking and best practice sharing specifically for plastics industry experts
  3. Expose attendees to new tools and enhancements in the latest Moldflow releases
  4. Teach attendees new skills that can be shared with colleagues and other key personnel
  5. Enable attendees to stay current with latest trends and methods in plastics design

Register today by clicking here.



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