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Cars of the Future
Posted Sun July 15, 2012 @03:00PM
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Announcements Moldex3D will host Cars of the Future: Lower cost, lighter weight, and improved performance for plastics on August 3rd in Columbus, Ohio.

Join Moldex3D and learn how to make cars from plastics with lower cost and natural resources consumed through lightweight design, parts consolidation, and parts reduction while maintaining vehicle and passenger safety.


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Agenda Highlights
  • Automotive lightweighting challenges
  • Simulation technology for automotive lightweighting application
  • How to use CAE to guide mold and process design
  • Material characterization tools in polymer processing applications
  • Melt front detection based controls for automotive manufacturing

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