Dear Autodesk Moldflow users,
If you missed the Moldflow Power Track at Autodesk University 2011, you can now view them online. Thanks to the work of our fantastic presenters the Moldflow track had again some of the highest rated classes of Autodesk University 2011.
To access the classes, do the following:
1) Go to the Autodesk University login page and use your existing AU login and password or create a new one one.
2) After login in, click on this link, which will take you a page which contains all Moldflow related Classes from Autodesk University 2011.
You can also go directly to the a relevant class by following the links below. Note that most classes have recorded presentations as well as presentations and other material available for download.
- Autodesk® Moldflow® as a Teaching Tool to Explain Injection Molding and Detect Defects 2011, Stephen Johnston
- Autodesk® Moldflow® as an Integral Part of Numerical Part Optimization, Andreas Wuest
- Lightweight Product Design Using Long Fiber-Filled Polypropylene, Warden Schijve
- Shear-Induced Flow Imbalance and MeltFlipper® Effects in Autodesk® Moldflow® Injection Molding Simul..., John Beaumont
- Material Properties Versus Simulation Accuracy, David Okonski
- Digital Prototyping at Fiat, Elena Bortolotti
- Inventor Fusion for Autodesk® Moldflow® Users, Jeff Higgins
- Failure Analysis of Fiber Reinforced Injection Moldings Using a Composite Lamina Failure Approach, Robert Sherman
- Fiber-Reinforced Injection-Molded Plastic Parts: Efficient Calculation and Lifetime Prediction, Roger Assaker
- PowerTrack Keynote: Future Directions in Simulation, Ian Pendlebury
- Advanced Research Developments for Plastic Injection Molding, Fin Caton-Rose
- Transient and Conformal Mold Cooling Simulation, Franco Costa
- Using Design of Experiment Analysis with Autodesk® Moldflow® Insight, Martin Schultz
Product Manager for Autodesk Simulation Moldflow products