1/17/2019

RJG Becomes Authorized Training Center for Autodesk

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In order to achieve authorization, RJG underwent examination by Autodesk to ensure the company’s qualifications and skills were strong enough to provide high-quality training.

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RJG Inc. has become an authorized training center (ATC) for Autodesk. The ATC status allows RJG to share its injection molding training background and experience with the Autodesk community. Also, RJG now provides its students with advanced Autodesk Moldflow training, which creates simulations of plastic parts during the part design, mold design phases and processing of the parts itself.

In order to achieve authorization, RJG underwent examination by Autodesk to ensure the company’s qualifications and skills were strong enough to provide high-quality training. As an ATC, RJG will follow specific standards that are continuously reviewed.

RJG’s Tzero group also uses the software as part of their consulting service. The group starts at the very beginning stages of a tool launch (part design) to encourage collaboration throughout the process and ensure a good part from the very first shot.

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