CONNTECT! Moldflow® User Meeting 2011 - Tuesday, 17. 05. - Wednesday, 18. 05. 2011 Frankfurt

 

sponsors:


Autodesk Financing

Stream Engeneering

HRS Flow

Volume Graphics GmbH

Contura

CAMTEX

Contura

GOM

mensch+maschine


Workshops

04 june 2019

Room Brüssel

10.30 - 10.55

CT Data Analysis - Linking the Real World to Simulation

Kai Winter, Volume Graphics GmbH

 

Computed tomography (CT) measurements provide the unique capability to get a full understanding of a part's quality and to acquire all dimensions even inside the parts. In this workshop you will see how this measured real world data can be analyzed and then forwarded to simulation for enabling better products.

11.30 - 11.55

Data Preparation with CADdoctor

Enrico Volkmar, CamTex GmbH

 

Preparation of design data for simulation using CADdoctor and other possible fields of application

12.00 - 12.25

Therma-floTM 
John Beaumont, Beaumont Technologies Inc.

 

Direct characterisation of a flowing polymer melt in an injection mould: application of Therm-flo for result evaluation and comparison of different materials. Detection of shear-induced unbalanced filling and optimization of the runner system with MeltFlipper.

14.40 - 15.05

Modern Hot Runner Technologies in Simulation and Practice
Bernard Tourlonias, HRSflow

15.10 - 15.40

Idea Workshop for Application Development with Moldflow API

Dennis Becker, PEG GmbH & Jonas Triebel, MF SOFTWARE GmbH

 

Over the past 18 months, MF SOFTWARE has been engaged in developing applications that go far beyond macros and scripts. During this workshop, attendees will develop ideas and possible common use cases that will automate and simplify the workflow of any Moldflow user.

16.00 - 16.25

Integrative Simulation with Digimat RP

Dr. Bernard Alsteens, e-Xstream engineering

16.30 - 16.55

Conformal Cooling - Influence on Part Quality and Cycle Time

Jörn Sengelaub, Contura MTC GmbH

 

Basics, practical examples and simulation in Moldflow

 

 

Room Leipzig

10.30 - 10.55

GOM Inspect Evaluation Software

Niklas Kläve, GOM GmbH

 

Get to know the many possibilities of the free GOM Inspect Software. How can you detect warpage, shrinkage or sink marks? How can you create a simple surface comparison between simulation data, real data and CAD data? How can you evaluate sizes and perform  gd&t inspection? All this you get to know in this workshop.

11.30 - 11.55

Bridging the Gap: Passing As-manufactured Moldflow Properties to Structural Simulation
Matthew Jaworski, Ph.D., Autodesk Inc.

 

In this workshop, we will demonstrate the entire workflow of how the pass as-manufactured properties, including weld surface strength, from injection molding simulation to finite element analysis. Attendees will learn how to use Autodesk Moldflow Insight, Autodesk Helius PFA, Autodesk Advanced Material Exchange and Autodesk Nastran In-CAD to enhance your structural simulation for more accurate plastic part performance simulations with a specific part example overview.  

14.40 - 15.05

Enroll at the MF Academy
Jonas Triebel, MF SOFTWARE GmbH

 

In this session we proudly present our new training program, which from now on will be offered under the brand name "MF Academy". This includes segment- or process-oriented trainings in cooperation with industry partners, which go far beyond the application of Moldflow and interpretation of results.

15.10 - 15.35

MeltFlipper®

Alex Beaumont, Beaumont Technologies Inc.

 

Direct characterisation of a flowing polymer melt in an injection mould: application of Therm-flo for result evaluation and comparison of different materials. Detection of shear-induced unbalanced filling and optimization of the runner system with MeltFlipper.

16.00 - 16.25

Mould Making with Additive Manufacturing

Nils Brüdigam, Mensch und Maschine Deutschland GmbH

 

How can additive manufacturing consistently expand the field of injection moulding? Introduction of lattice structures and pressure of molds for injection molding.

16.30 - 16.55

MuCell - Simulation in Moldflow
Martin Jacobi, Trexel GmbH

  

Maximize benefits, optimize component design by using the potential of the foaming process. Validation of this design through effective simulation in an early project phase. 

 

 

05 june 2019

Room Brüssel

9.00 - 9.25

Data Preparation with CADdoctor

Enrico Volkmar, CamTex GmbH

 

Preparation of design data for simulation using CADdoctor and other possible fields of application

09.30 - 09.55

MuCell - Simulation in Moldflow

Martin Jacobi, Trexel GmbH

 

Vorteile maximieren, Bauteildesign optimieren durch Nutzung der Möglichkeiten des Schäum-Prozesses. Absicherung dieses Designs durch effektive Simulation in einer frühen Projektphase. 

10.00 - 10.25

Idea Workshop for Application Development with Moldflow API

Dennis Becker, PEG GmbH & Jonas Triebel, MF SOFTWARE GmbH

 

Over the past 18 months, MF SOFTWARE has been engaged in developing applications that go far beyond macros and scripts. During this workshop, attendees will develop ideas and possible common use cases that will automate and simplify the workflow of any Moldflow user.

11.00 - 11.25

Modern Hot Runner Technologies in Simulation and Practice
Bernard Tourlonias, HRSflow

11.30 - 11.55

GOM Inspect Evaluation Software

Niklas Kläve, GOM GmbH

 

Get to know the many possibilities of the free GOM Inspect Software. How can you detect warpage, shrinkage or sink marks? How can you create a simple surface comparison between simulation data, real data and CAD data? How can you evaluate sizes and perform  gd&t inspection? All this you get to know in this workshop.

12.00 - 12.25

Integrative Simulation with Digimat RP

Dr. Bernard Alsteens, e-Xstream engineering

14.00 - 14.25

CT Data Analysis - Linking the Real World to Simulation

Kai Winter, Volume Graphics GmbH

 

Computed tomography (CT) measurements provide the unique capability to get a full understanding of a part's quality and to acquire all dimensions even inside the parts. In this workshop you will see how this measured real world data can be analyzed and then forwarded to simulation for enabling better products.

14.30 - 14.55

Conformal Cooling - Influence on Part Quality and Cycle Time:

Jörn Sengelaub, Contura MTC GmbH

 

Basics, practical examples and simulation in Moldflow

15.00 - 15.25

MeltFlipper®

Alex Beaumont, Beaumont Technologies Inc.

 

Direct characterisation of a flowing polymer melt in an injection mould: application of Therm-flo for result evaluation and comparison of different materials. Detection of shear-induced unbalanced filling and optimization of the runner system with MeltFlipper.

 

 

Room Leipzig

9.00 - 9.25

Enroll at the MF Academy

Jonas Triebel, MF SOFTWARE GmbH

 

In this session we proudly present our new training program, which from now on will be offered under the brand name "MF Academy". This includes segment- or process-oriented trainings in cooperation with industry partners, which go far beyond the application of Moldflow and interpretation of results.

9.30 - 9.55

Bridging the Gap: Passing As-manufactured Moldflow Properties to Structural Simulation

Matthew Jaworski, Ph.D., Autodesk Inc.

 

In this workshop, we will demonstrate the entire workflow of how the pass as-manufactured properties, including weld surface strength, from injection molding simulation to finite element analysis. Attendees will learn how to use Autodesk Moldflow Insight, Autodesk Helius PFA, Autodesk Advanced Material Exchange and Autodesk Nastran In-CAD to enhance your structural simulation for more accurate plastic part performance simulations with a specific part example overview.  

11:00 - 11:25

A Deeper Dive Into Moldflow Material Files

Jacob Trott, Beaumont Advanced Processing

 

12.00 - 12.25

Conformal Cooling with Fluid Mechanics

Nils Brüdigam, Mensch und Maschine Deutschland GmbH

  

With the help of Computational Fluid Dynamics, weak points in production can be found even before the molds are built. Optimize the cooling of your components exactly where you need it.