Dear Moldflow user community,
We all know that the manufacturing sector 5 years ago was different than it is today. But with the rapid development of additive manufacturing and the developments around composites in the Automotive industry, the manufacturing space is likely going see an even larger change in the next few years.
At Autodesk we are very much aware of the changes in manufacturing. Participants of the 'Moldflow for Plastics Industry Experts' PowerTrack at Autodesk University, (Dec 3-5 in Las Vegas), you will have a unique opportunity to not only learn about high-end Moldflow applications and new processes that are starting to gain traction in the injection molding industry, but also become familiar with what Industry leaders consider to be the New Industrial Revolution!
For the Automotive industry, there is a special three day Automotive Summit, which contains forums discussions and a selection of Automotive related classes that can you can select. These classes cover a wide selection of topics like surface modeling, to rendering and simulation (including some excellent Moldflow PowerTrack classes).
This year we have an excellent line up of classes for the 'Moldflow for Plastics Industry Experts' PowerTrack. One notable speaker is Prof. Charles Tucker from the University of Illinois, who many of you know as of of the people that laid the foundations of Fiber Orientation.
As is the selection of classes is not good enough, on Monday December 2nd, the day before the official start of AU, you can take the Moldflow Associates and Professional Certification exams, free of charge. To register a spot, please send an email to MoldflowCertification@autodesk.com. These certifications have set the World Wide standard for the injection molding simulation industry, You can find more information on the Moldflow certification here.
If you register between now and October 15th you can take advantage of the $500 early bird discount on your conference registration.
If you have any additional question regarding the Moldflow for Plastics Industry Experts power track, please let us know.
Product Manager for Autodesk Simulation Moldflow products