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Unleash Optimal Plastic Designs in 60 Minutes
Posted Fri August 24, 2012 @04:01PM
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Announcements Moldex3D will host Unleash Optimal Plastic Designs in 60 Minutes on September 18, 2012.

In recent years, with the increasing variety, complexity, and precision requirements put on plastic products, ensuring optimum processability within minimal timeframe represents a huge challenge for part/mold designers. Altair and Moldex3D have partnered up to host a series of complimentary webinars to help you get the answer you need now!


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During the 60-minute session, you will benefit from the demonstration of Moldex3Dís ground-breaking product eDesign suite, which offers an easy-to-use yet powerful simulation tool to visualize flow and thermal properties to achieve design validation.

Designers can even further output the analysis result to structural software to optimize part structure more quickly and efficiently. Register today to learn how Moldex3D can help you build better plastics parts!

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