Beaumont Technologies Makes Key Moves Ahead of NPE2018
Ahead of NPE2018, Beaumont Technologies completes the acquisition of Autodesk’s Moldflow material characterization business and offers new courses. Beaumont's AIM Institute achieves PTE ANSCI Certification.
Beaumont Technologies’s acquisition of Autodesk’s Moldflow material characterization business is complete. Beaumont says that it is now the only company in the world that offers Autodesk Moldflow services, material characterization and Moldflow training under one roof.
At NPE in 2015, Beaumont Technologies introduced the American Injection Molding (AIM) Institute. Beaumont says that AIM is the first and only institute in the injection molding industry to pursue and achieve PTE ANSCI Certification.
Beaumont Technologies also is offering two new courses, “Molder’s Series Hands-On Training for Processors” and “Understanding and Applying Moldflow Simulation.” Beaumont is now offering four new developmental courses as well. They include “Plastic Materials,” “Mold Design,” “Injection Molding Processing” and “Part Design.” The company is in booths W2193 and S29023 at NPE2018.
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