- Date：Nov 26, 2019
- Location： 2:30 PM EST
2:30 PM EST | Tuesday, November 26, 2019 | Check Your Time
Shrink and warp are always the most difficult factors to forecast when building a plastic injection mold. Flow Analysis software is a great tool to help zero in on these critical numbers. Like any tool it needs to be used correctly to get the best results. Having a good controlled environment from material to the molding machine is the key. When running a simulation, it’s critical to qualify the material that is selected from the software database. Correct testing before running your part analysis is what will be discussed. Also, how to read the results to select a final shrink rate for your part.
- How to qualify the correct material.
- Understanding the part geometry that will be molded.
- How molding machine and processing can effect results.
- How to apply results to your tool.
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