Taking the Stress out of Injection Molded Parts with SOLIDWORKS Plastics

Taking the Stress out of Injection Molded Parts with SOLIDWORKS Plastics

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Learn How SOLIDWORKS Plastics and SOLIDWORKS Simulation Work Together

If manufacturing strong plastic injection-molded parts is a key part of your business, you won’t want to miss this webinar recording. While the design of a mold tool has a big impact on the manufacturing process, it can also be a key contributor to costly failures in the field. Join Product Manager, Damon Tordini, for a look at an integrated process where potential weaknesses in a plastic part can be identified with a nonlinear stress analysis using SOLIDWORKS Simulation Premium by incorporating data from the molding process via SOLIDWORKS Plastics. Find out how these two tools work together to improve the quality of your design, saving you both time and money.

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Damon Tordini

Damon Tordini is the Product Manager for Plastics and Flow Simulation out of Hawk Ridge Systems’ Costa Mesa, California office. Damon received the SOLIDWORKS Elite Applications Engineer award in 2012 and is a two-time presenter at SOLIDWORKS World. When he's not waiting for his last simulation to finish, you can probably find him making some kind of noise, which he claims is music.
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