SPE GGS June Lunch Seminar Webinar

Fred Phillips, Regional Manager of SIGMA Plastic Services, Inc. will be giving a seminar on “The Next Generation of Injection Molding” at the June 30th SPE GGS lunch.

Seminar Abstract

In-depth injection molding simulation software has typically been used by analysts who have the expertise to setup the complex mesh model required for simulation.  With advanced simulation technology from SIGMA, injection molding simulation is easier to use and more accurate than ever.  This opens the door to product designers, project managers, and engineers in charge of polymer injection molds and processes, as well as analysis groups.  Companies no longer need to rely on a “meshing expert” to employ injection molding simulation.

The presentation will highlight the power of injection molding simulation when considering 3D mold components, cooling channels, the complete runner system, and part geometries coupled with multi-cycle analysis.  Simulation is a must-have tool for companies wanting to evaluate ‘what if’ scenarios of the entire injection molding process early in the design and tooling stages.

Seminar/Webinar Information

Where: Exponent, Inc. 149 Commonwelath Drive, Menlo Park, CA
When: Thursday, June 30, 2011, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM (lunch provided to those attending the seminar)
Cost: Lunch: $20 non-members, $15 members, $10 students/unemployed/retired – cash at door or via Paypal
Cost: Webinar: $10 – Paypal only. WebEx invitation will be sent upon receipt of payment
RSVP: Jennifer Hoffman at jhoffman@exponent.com; RSVP by noon, Tuesday, June 28th.

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