Kruse Analysis 2020 Events. Check this page periodically for updates.


Moldex 3D User Meeting

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***RESCHEDULED: New Date: September 2-3, 2020

Location: Plymouth, MI

Taking place at The Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, Michigan, the Moldex3D Users’ Meeting- North America 2020 is a two-day conference aiming to bring together top executives, designers, engineers, and partners involved in the plastics community to explore the role of simulation in Industry 4.0, and to share how smart simulation technologies will shape the future of design and manufacturing. In addition to the user conference, Moldex3D will host a hands-on training and live demo workshop to provide you with an unique opportunity to go in-depth with Moldex3D’s simulation solutions. All current non-user workshop attendees will receive a 1-month trial license. Join Moldex3D users, experts and other industry peers to begin your journey towards smart design and manufacturing.



Kruse Training Seminars


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Seminar: Cause-and-Effect Behaviors in Injection Molding
Date: October 12-13, 2020
Location: Arburg, Inc. 51 Doppler, Irvine, CA 92618

Seminar: Common Injection Molding Defects
Date: October 14-15, 2020
Location: Arburg, Inc. 51 Doppler, Irvine, CA 92618

NEW for 2020! Kruse Training will be offering two Circle of Knowledge seminar topics!

  • Cause-and-Effect Behaviors in Injection Molding: The original Kruse Training seminar series takes you through real-life molding scenarios to show the cause and effect behaviors of design and process.
  • Common Molding Defects in Injection Molding: We are excited to introduce this new seminar focused on common molding defects and techniques for minimizing or eliminating them.

Kruse Training seminars are in-person* programs aimed to help develop synergistic teams of cross-trained professionals who can successfully design and mold plastic components. Both seminars are 2-day programs based on the Kruse Training online training solution. The seminars are a comprehensive cross-training initiative for part designers, mold designers, and process engineers. Detailed seminar information is available here.