CAE Services Corporation
280 Belleview Ln.
Batavia , IL 60510 US
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Moldflow Analysis Solves Part Design Concerns
CAE Services uses Moldflow to analyze, identify and solve part design or warpage related concerns before cutting steel.
CAE Services Launches Monthly Webinar Series
CAE Services introduces Ask the Moldflow Experts, a new monthly webinar series developed to address Moldflow-related questions from an experienced, credible and trustworthy resource.
Noteworthy News: Working Together
Businesses like Emuge Corp., MC Machinery Systems, Inc., DMG MORI and more have made partnerships in order to benefit the moldmaking community.
CAE Services Partners with AutoDesk
CAE and AutoDesk will provide Moldflow simulation software to molders, part designers, OEMs, tool suppliers and hot runners to help them analyze, identify, and solve injection molding issues to save time and money.
Noteworthy News: Helping Hands
As we hear so often in moldmaking, building relationships is one of the keys to a business’s success. So, here’s a look at some recent new releases detailing partnerships within the industry!
CAE Services Becomes AutoDesk Moldflow Partner
CAE Services announces that it is now an AutoDesk Moldflow Partner.
Engineering Services Provider Offers Cost-Effective Approach to Solving Warpage
CAE Services Corp. offers the analysis capabilities to predict windage adjustments to the shape of the mold prior to cutting steel.
Amerimold 2019 Product Showcase, Part 11
Plan ahead for Amerimold 2019 with a sneak peek of some highlighted products from the show’s extensive list of exhibitors!
Amerimold 2019 Update: What You Should Know about Getting Venting Right
This presentation will review several ways to get your venting right, including guidelines for designing and machining vents to optimize venting capacity, proper vent amount, location, width and depth, using a vacuum/blowback venting system and modifying the tool for vacuum venting, using and designing with self-venting mold material, and installing the most efficient mold components, such as vacuum vent blocks and venting valves.
2018 Technology Review and Sourcing Guide: Inspection/Measurement
MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is an accurate, comprehensive, easy-to-read and easy-to-use use guide for researching today’s technology, equipment, products and services. The year’s latest moldmaking product developments within mold engineering/design, build and maintenance/repair are broken down into 10 sections, including inspection/measurement.
2018 Technology Review and Sourcing Guide: Software
MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is an accurate, comprehensive, easy-to-read and easy-to-use use guide for researching today’s technology, equipment, products and services. The year’s latest moldmaking product developments within mold engineering/design, build and maintenance/repair are broken down into 10 sections, including software.
Software Technology Is More Versatile, Efficient and Simplified
Software suppliers are working diligently to provide moldmakers with relevant but easy-to-use solutions that speed processes and lower costs.
Throwback Thursday: Software Advances Push Limits of Speed and Quality
This throwback article provides interesting perspectives on software for moldmaking while also illustrating how fast software technology moves today.
Technology Tuesday: Preparing for NPE with Plastics Review
This slideshow has you covered in plastics review with discussion on common plastics problems like sticking and warping. It includes pieces on software analysis for plastic parts, and it even includes a piece on making the most out of used plastic.
Throwback Thursday: The Science of Simulation
From evaluating part, mold and process designs and improving mold cooling to reducing plastic part warpage and determining the best gate locations, simulation plays a key role. MMT has provided a series of articles on just these topics, which I thought I'd share.
What Do You Really Know about Mold Cooling?
Do you ever ask yourself why cycle time matters? Although the level of impact may vary across the supply chain, one thing is certain: reducing cycle times can lead to hidden cost savings. And with cooling and recovery making up more than 80 percent of the injection molding cycle, it is the perfect place for improvement to help reduce cycle times. Listen to this webinar to learn how to achieve optimal cooling through analysis.
Cooling Is a Hot Topic
Mold cooling is one of the most important elements to mold productivity because it can greatly impact cycle time and part quality, which of course affect the bottom line ... your profitability. Check out these two upcoming webinars that tackle a variety of mold cooling challenges and solutions.
What is Your Plastic Pain Point?
Many will agree that one of the most frustrating aspects of plastic injection molding is warping. With that in mind MMT joined a Moldflow engineering services provider in a webinar to show how the manufacture of plastic parts affects their final shape. Take a look at three key questions asked during the discussion, and then view the recording.
Do You Want to Know Why Plastic Parts Warp?
I have worked with Tim Lankisch, director of engineering at CAE Services on numerous technical articles and educational videos in MMT focused on the value of simulation. Yesterday Tim came off the printed page and went live in an MMT webinar that analyzed why plastic parts warp. View archived recording now.
Designing Flow Leaders and Restrictors
Use simulation to control flow in your injection molds.
Take the Guesswork out of Windage with Warpage Simulation
Applying Kentucky windage to a mold is not for the faint of heart.