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Plastics Workshop
Posted Fri November 13, 2009 @04:03PM
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News ANSYS will host a Virtual Prototyping for Polymer Processing Workshop on Monday November 16, 2009 13h30 in Belgium

Join this seminar and learn how companies in your market are relying on ANSYS solutions to transform their leading-edge design concepts into innovative products and processes that work. Experts from ANSYS will be sharing with you years of expertise and experience regarding simulation techniques and design methodologies in the area of plastics and rubber.

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Why you should attend:
  • To appreciate how ANSYS technologies can help to optimize plans, save costs, enhance your understanding and demonstrate the effectiveness of your designs
  • To see how easy it is to achieve high-quality simulation results without needing to have prior experience
  • Network and share ideas

Who should attend:

  • Scientists, Engineers from Design and R&D departments of Engineering organizations, Engineering Consultants
  • Analysts and Users of CAD/CAE

If you cannot make this date and location, please check out the possibility to follow this workshop on December 3rd, in the Netherlands: p/default.asp

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