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Tim VanAst

SM2258-P: Customizing Your Result Plots for Better Clarity

(Duration 01:36:54)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Explain methods used to create custom plots
  • Explore display options for default plots
  • Customize default plots

Description

Description

Analysts working with Autodesk® Simulation Moldflow® software must not only run quality simulations, but also interpret the results and present them clearly. This class is about looking beyond the default plots and customizing the results to improve result clarity for yourself and your audience. Time permitting, you will have a chance to show and discuss your favorite custom plots.

Target Audience

Target Audience

End User, Autodesk Simulation Moldflow analysts who are interested in improving their results viewing and interpretation skills

Speakers

Speakers

Tim VanAst

Tim VanAst has been working in the plastics industry for the past 19 years. He works for Cascade Engineering, which specializes in large part injection molding. Cascade Engineering is located in Grand Rapids, MI and provides production for a wide variety of industries including automotive, heavy truck, office furniture, and large containers. Tim has worked in plastics products for irrigation, automotive, container, and IT, with a little bit of everything in between. He has presented twice before at the Autodesk/Moldflow users conference and has given many seminars teaching about plastics and simulation. His current position is as an Analysis Engineer mainly utilizing Autodesk Moldflow software.

Jay Shoemaker

Jay has spent 28 years as a project engineer, trainer, training material developer and product designer for Moldflow and now Autodesk. During most of Jay’s career, he has been in some way involved with training, starting as a trainer and since 2000 the primary developer of training material for injection molding simulation products. Using his knowledge of tooling design, Jay has taught Moldflow and written training material for. Jay is the editor of the book “Moldflow Design Guide”. Also since 2001, Jay has managed the certification program for Moldflow programs, including writing and grading all exams given worldwide. He is a member of the SIM Squad. Jay has published numerous papers relating to injection molding simulation and tooling. Jay is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Western Michigan University. Jay has been a member of SPE since 1983 and has attended over 26 ANTEC’s. In 2011, Jay was awarded the SPE Mold Making and Mold Design Division’s Mold Designer of the year.

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Tags

Published

  • 2012
  • SM2258-P

Software

  • Autodesk Simulation Moldflow Products

Industry

  • Process Manufacturing

Topics

  • Autodesk Simulation Moldflow
  • Simulation
  • Manufacturing