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Overview of FLOW-3D CASTís Tilt Pour Workspace
Posted Mon August 12, 2019 @06:08PM
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Announcements FLOW-3D will host a a live FLOW-3D CAST webinar on August 15, 2019 at 1:00 PM EDT.

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


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After reviewing the software's fundamental modeling capabilities, an in-depth look at model setup in FLOW-3D CAST's graphical user interface will be highlighted. Ajit will showcase the simple step-by-step progression used for a successful simulation. Attendees will find it helpful to be familiar with die-casting terminology.

Register online at: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2AfIwzMKTtGzBD qLIVsHrw

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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