Moldflow Announces 2016 Summit
A free, one-day, high-touch event in Detroit, Michigan, showcasing what’s new in Moldflow.
The Annual Moldflow Summit 2016 for North America is a full-day conference for molders and end users to learn the latest techniques and trends in plastics processing, simulation, materials, design, and more.
A free, one-day, high-touch event in Detroit, Mich. at the Michigan State Management Education Center on May 12 from 9-5 will showase what’s new in Moldflow. The agenda includes a look at Moldflow 2017, injection molding approaches, shear-induced flow imbalance and MeltFlipper technology, methods for reducing cycle times, surface finish quality, materials labs/properities, lightweighting with MuCell and the future of making things.
Register today by clicking here.
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