This free virtual global conference is an opportunity for professionals in the additive, CAM, and injection molding industry to learn the latest techniques and trends for design and manufacturing of metals and plastics. New this year, we have added an Additive Track, for users looking to explore and improve additive manufacturing capabilities.
Whether you are an experienced Autodesk FeatureCAM, Moldflow, Netfabb, or PowerMill user or looking to improve your products quality, or someone interested in getting started with any of these products, this conference has something for you.
Investigate and discuss different approaches to injection molding, cooling methods, surface finish quality, lightweighting, material properties, cycle time optimization, and much more.
Network with other plastics professionals and industry experts. Gain valuable insights and techniques to improve your plastics design and manufacturing knowledge.
See how the manufacturing industry is changing due to industry forces, technologies, and consumer demands. Become a leader in this new era of product innovation.
This event will be beneficial for a wide range of stakeholders within the Additive, CAM, and Injection molding manufacturers. It's ideal for engineers, analysts, researchers (including PhD candidates), and machine programmers within these industries. Leadership and management personnel looking to gain insights on new technology and ways to improve their workflows. Anyone looking to improve their part quality, optimize their processes, and explore design capabilities.
Interested, new, and existing Moldflow users. Process engineers, part and mold designers, and other related plastic component manufacturers. Material scientists and manufacturers. Manufacturers interested in exploring alternate molding methods.
Computer Aided Machining (CAM)
Interested, new, and existing FeatureCAM PowerInspect, PowerMill and PowerShape users. Machine programmers for tool & die. Mold makers and product manufacturers. CAM machinists interested in improving cycles and workflows.
Interested, new, and existing Netfabb users. 3D printed product designers and machine programmers. Researchers and engineers interested in improving existing additive manufacturing capabilities. Additive material science and manufacturing stakeholders.
What you will learn?
The focused agenda is designed to improve the knowledge, skills, and understanding of plastics simulation and manufacturing for plastics professionals. You will have the opportunity to hear from experts in the field and interact with colleagues in the plastics community.
Learn how to use the latest enhancements in Moldflow, PowerMill, Fusion 360 with FeatureCAM, and Netfabb, to discover new and different approaches for manufacturing and receive guidance from industry experts.
See how your peers in the plastics, CAM, and additive industries are solving today’s challenges and the best way to approach these problems using real-world examples.
As the manufacturing industry continues to evolve you must continue to bring innovation to your products. Expand your knowledge on the latest trends and the new era of product development.