August 08, 2013
Akron , Ohio - United States
Polymer Engineering Academic Center, Aggarwal Lecture Hall
250 South Forge Street, Akron, OH 44325-0301
University of Akron, RJG,Trexel, and Moldex3D
CoreTech System (Moldex3D), in collaboration with The University of Akron, RJG and Trexel, is organizing a one-day seminar on August 8th focused on the technologies and innovations that are changing the face of manufacturing. Each year, the Molding Innovation Day series offers product designers/ engineers, industry leaders and decision makers an opportunity to explore multiple advanced manufacturing processes in depth to help them develop a better understanding of recent developments and provide versatile solutions to match their specific business needs. Attendees will benefit from experiencing the vast array of technologies available, including MuCell®, Injection-Compression Process, Cavity Pressure Technology and 3D CAE Injection Molding Simulation Technology.
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