Avoid Failures by Doing Drop Test Simulation of Empty and Filled Containers


Please join us for a 45-minute live webcast to hear how packaging manufacturers can better understand the structural performance of packaging containers through rapid verification using virtual models.

When: Tuesday, June 9, 2009
10:00 a.m. Pacific / 1:00 p.m. Eastern
Duration: 45 minutes

How to Register: Click Here to Register

Topic: Avoid Failures by Doing Drop Test Simulation of Empty & Filled Containers

You'll learn:

  • How simulations help to design better solutions faster and less costly
  • Which virtual drop and other structural test capabilities exist
  • How to automate the simulation process, enable designers to perform virtual tests early and ensure best practices
  • How to share and distribute virtual test results for decision making

Presented by: Karlheinz Peters, Sr. Director Emerging Technologies and David Theus, CPG Industry Account Executive, both MSC.Software

Following the webcast, you will be able to join in a live discussion with the presenters.


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