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Overview of FLOW-3D CAST's Lost Foam Workplace
Posted Mon April 22, 2019 @05:12PM
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Announcements Flow Science is pleased to invite you a FLOW-3D CAST webinar on April 25 at 1pm EDT focused on lost foam casting simulations.

In this technical webinar, metal casting engineer Ajit DíBrass will provide an overview of FLOW-3D CASTís lost foam workspace.

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After reviewing the software's fundamental modeling capabilities, Ajit will present case studies to showcase the type of analysis and comparisons that can be made between design iterations. Model setup in FLOW-3D CAST's graphical user interface is also highlighted to show the simple, step-by-step progression of a successful simulation. Attendees will find it helpful to be familiar with the lost foam method and general sand casting terminology.

Online registration is available at tiz5IEhQ

Who should attend: Foundry/Casting Engineers, Project Managers, Pattern Makers, Sand Foundry Managers and Owners, CAE/Simulation Engineers, Foundry Educational Society, American Foundry Society Members, CAST Expo Registrants, Manufacturing Engineering Students

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