Understanding and Applying Moldflow Simulation reviews the upfront inputs and options with simulation and how those decisions affect the result outputs. Students will learn the signs of a good versus bad analysis, so you can have more confidence in using your results to make design decisions. A heavy focus will be placed on the predicted results and how to interpret them.
Students then bring all the concepts learned in this class together using a hands-on exercise, reviewing a complete simulation project in Moldflow Communicator.
- Understanding plastics and plastic flow characteristics
- Overview of the injection molding process
- Mesh types and considerations
- Common uses of simulation
- Limitations of simulation
- Material characterization levels
- Identifying a bad simulation
- Comparing simulation to the Molding Floor
- Interpreting simulation results
- Moldflow Communicator Exercise
- All course materials, including:
- Course book
- Calculators, pens, pencils, etc…
- Daily breakfast and lunch
- Certificate of Completion of the Training Course
- Course PDF
- Certificate of Attendance
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