MAGMA seminars cover topics related to our customers’ needs and interests. These seminars provide a deeper insight to discover the potential for improving efficiency, quality, communication, and cost reduction through education. Topics from these seminars are intended for those who want to become more knowledgeable and build their expertise while also being proactive in using what they learn. Attendees may be direct or indirect users, and often includes job titles throughout an organization like: Management, Engineers, Supervisors, Quality Personal, Production, and Sales staff. Seminars are carried out by experienced MAGMA staff and outside industry experts. These seminars use MAGMASOFT® as the educational backbone which adds to the overall value for the attendees.
MAGMASOFT® University Experience is an opportunity for students to learn more about MAGMASOFT® by understanding how to apply simulation technology to real world applications. This consists of not only understanding the critical information that goes into optimization, but also interpreting the results to be able to apply them to real world applications. January 31-February 1. 2019. read more
This seminar is for anyone who participates in process and design improvements. It will help the attendees to define casting defects and the root causes behind them. Referenced throughout the course is the “Handbook of Defects in High Pressure Die Castings” (second edition). May 8-9, 2019. Registration closes April 26, 2019. read more
This seminar will get into how defects created during mold filling create large amounts of time consuming and costly rework that must be done. This course will review relevant research related to defect formation during mold filling and will demonstrate how these research findings relate to MAGMASOFT® simulation results. June 5-6, 2019. Registration Closes May 24, 2019 read more
This seminar is ideal for those who view results, or have some exposure to MAGMASOFT®, but do not need to know how to actually operate the software. This program will cover an overview of the different parts of the software and what information the software user needs to have in order to correctly set up a simulation or optimization. June 12-13, 2019. Registration closes May 31, 2019. read more
This seminar is ideal for those who view results, or have some exposure to MAGMASOFT®, but do not need to know how to actually operate the software. This program will cover an overview of the different parts of the software and what information the software user needs to have in order to correctly set up a simulation or optimization. August 28-29, 2019. Registration closes August 16, 2019. read more