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Simulation Driven Product Design and Process Improvement in the Plastic Packaging Industry
Posted Thu May 15, 2008 @11:38AM
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Announcements Learn how technology from ANSYS can help you predict package performance before your processes are implemented, and how Simulation Driven Product Development leads to cost savings, reduced time to market and an increased competitive advantage against those that heavily rely on physical prototypes.

ANSYS Webinar: Simulation Driven Product Design and Process Improvement in the Plastic Packaging Industry will be held Tuesday, June 3, 2008 at 2:00 pm ET.


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