Hantel Tech Webinar Series: Plastic Injection Molding Analysis with Autodesk Moldflow – Sponsored by EMA Design Automation
Thursday, February 23, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (PST)
Hayward, United States
Hantel Technologies is pleased to announce the next seminar in the 2011 – 2012 Hantel Tech webinar series:
Plastic Injection Molding Analysis
with Autodesk Moldflow –
Sponsored by EMA Design Automation
Speaker: Matthew Jaworski, Autodesk, Inc.
Date: Thursday, February 23rd, 2012
Time: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM PST
Location: Hantel Technologies | 703 Sandoval Way | Hayward, CA
The first 30 minutes will be used as a networking session, and the seminar will begin at noon. The webinar link will be sent out the day before the event.
You are cordially invited to attend in person at Hantel Tech (lunch provided / limited number of seats), to join live via Webinar, or to view at a later date (links will provided to registrants and to those who request notification). Please register on Event Brite for this free seminar - and select how you would like to participate.
To avoid high costs and time delays associated with plastic part manufacturing, it is necessary to consider the combined effects of part geometry, material selection, mold design and process conditions on the manufacturability of a part. Autodesk offers a wide range of software solutions for all stages of the design and manufacturing process to ensure high quality plastic parts, lower production costs and the quickest time-to-market thus allowing you to stay competitive! This presentation will review Autodesk’s simulation portfolio and demonstrate the software’s capabilities with relevant part examples.
Matthew Jaworski is a Technical Specialist for Autodesk’s Manufacturing Simulation Team. He has over 16 years experience in the injection molding CAE simulation field working for such companies as Hewlett Packard, Rubbermaid and Moldflow/Autodesk. He has dual BS degrees in Mechanical and Plastics Engineering Technology from Penn State, a MS in Plastics Engineering from UMass Lowell and is currently finishing his Ph. D. at UMass Lowell in Plastics Engineering. He is a member of the Society of Plastics Engineers and the American Society for Engineering Education. Matt is also active in education and has taught at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and Penn State Erie, The Behrend College as an adjunct professor.
Since 2007, Hantel Tech has hosted a webinar series forum for the medical device community in the Bay Area generally on the fourth Thursday (noon) of each month. Please feel free to peruse former seminars in the series available via the hanteltech.com website and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
When & Where
Hantel was founded in 1999 with a vision of a company that would bring medical devices to market, with all services provided under one roof. Since then, Hantel has become a leader in contract design and manufacturing, having developed hundreds of products for a wide array of applications. Hantel retains a highly qualified and diverse workforce with expertise in all aspects of medical device development and manufacturing. Located near the heart of Silicon Valley, Hantel is convenient and accessible to a wide array of device and bio-tech firms. Providing fast and flexible service, Hantel was built to meet your needs.