Learn how to use specialized simulation software tools to predict how melted plastic flows during the injection molding process. Predicting how the plastic will flow enables you to predict manufacturing defects such as weld lines, air traps, short shots, and sink marks. By predicting these defects, you can change the part or mold geometry, the processing conditions, or the plastic material itself to eliminate or minimize them, saving energy, material, time, and money.
The SOLIDWORKS Plastics course covers all the features and functions of both SOLIDWORKS Plastics Professional (for mold designers) and SOLIDWORKS Plastics Premium (for production).
Lesson 1 – Basic Flow Analysis Lesson 2 – Detecting a Short Shot Lesson 3 – Automation Tools Lesson 4 – Injection Locations and Sink Marks Lesson 5 – Materials Lesson 6 – Mesh Manipulation Lesson 7 – Detecting Air Traps Lesson 8 – Gate Blush Lesson 9 – Packing and Cooling Times Lesson 10 – Multiple Cavity Molds Lesson 11 – Symmetry Analysis Lesson 12 – Valve Gates and Hot Runners Lesson 13 – Reaction Injection Molding Lesson 14 – Using Inserts Lesson 15 – Multi Shot Mold Lesson 16 – Gas Assistance Molding Lesson 17 – Cooling Analysis Lesson 18 – Warpage Analysis
SOLIDWORKS EssentialsKnoledge of plastic materials, plastic part design and/or injection mold design
Learn how to use specialized simulation software tools to predict how melted plastic flows during the injection molding process.
December 16 @ 8:30 am - December 18 @ 4:30 pm
Green Bay, WI
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