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Autodesk Moldflow 2021 Now Available!

On October 22, 2020, the latest Autodesk Moldflow Insight, Moldflow Synergy, and Moldflow Adviser releases became available for subscribers!

Some users were able to participate earlier this year in the Moldflow Insight & Synergy 2021 Beta program to help the developers test many of the great new features and functionalities within this latest release.

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Autodesk CFD 2021 Now Available!

On December 8, 2020, the latest release of Autodesk CFD became available for subscribers!

With the same powerful simulation tools as past releases, the Autodesk CFD 2021 developers identified the primary focus for this release is a focus on the users. Direct feedback from CFD users over the past two years through forum posts,

Kilroy Kristen

Autodesk Presents the Advanced Manufacturing Summit 2020

 

How do we manufacture quality products for a rapidly changing industry? Join Autodesk on August 25-27, 2020 for the Advanced Manufacturing Summit, which will explore this pressing question and more. The FREE, virtual global conference brings together industry professionals to learn the latest design and manufacturing techniques,

Kilroy Kristen

Dynamics that Affect the Shrinkage of Injection Molded Parts

As all mold engineers know, shrinkage is an unfortunate fact of life. All plastics shrink as they cool from viscous liquids to solids, and every type of plastic shrinks in a slightly different way. And while eliminating shrinkage is impossible, minimizing it is essential for molding parts accurately.

Often,

Kilroy Kristen

Injection Molding: The Causes of Warpage

Identifying warpage is one of the easiest aspects of injection molding. Understanding the cause is a little more complicated. Here’s a close look at the sources of warpage and how to prevent it.

Anyone, including the average consumer, can detect when a part that should be naturally flat is bowed or twisted right after manufacturing.

Kilroy Kristen

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