Expert (Gold) Level Moldflow Certification

We are proud to announce that on February 14th, we received our Autodesk Moldflow Expert Level Certification. With years of experience under their belt, our Moldflow department has worked hard to ensure we have the proper certifications to assist you with ALL your moldflow needs. Contact us today for a quick and competitively priced quote to get started on your project.

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Save Money with Field Mold Solutions

SR&ED and how we can save you $$$!

Did you know?

  • Field Mold Solutions Ltd. is 100% Canadian owned and operated, which makes our mold analysis’ 100% eligible for R&D claims.
  • Companies outside of Canada are not eligible for claims.
  • Canadian companies who outsource the work out of country are not eligible.
What is SR&ED?
​Canada has a federal tax incentive that encourages Canadian businesses to conduct R&D in Canada. Currently labelled as the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program.
Who qualifies for SR&ED?
As stated on the Canadian Revenue Agency website, “a Canadian controlled private corporation (CCPC) can earn an investment tax credit (ITC) of 35% up to the first 3 million of qualified expenditures for SR&ED carried out in Canada, and 20% on any excess amount. Other Canadian corporations, proprietorships, partnerships, and trusts can earn an ITC of 20% of qualified expenditures for SR&ED carried out in Canada.”
What projects qualify?
  • Experimental development
  • Applied research
  • Basic research
  • Support work
  • Injection mold analysis’

FMS Volleyball Team

Each year, from May to September, Field Mold Solutions sponsors a volleyball team made up of family and friends to play at The Dominion House in Windsor.  The team will be back on Wednesdays this May for another successful season!  Feel free to stop by in the evening to cheer them on.

Local Robotics Team

On April 1st, Villanova’s WiredCats robotics team celebrated their 2nd anniversary while also competing at the Windsor Essex Great Lakes Regional FIRST Robotics Competition. Nearly 1000 students, making up 28 teams, gathered to compete at the University of Windsor’s St. Denis Centre all hoping to qualify for the provincial championships in Mississauga. All of their hard work paid off and they continued onto provincials and then qualified for the World championships in St. Louis, Missouri.

As a second year team, the WiredCats were proud to announce that they placed 10th out of the 68 teams in their division. It was a huge accomplishment just making it to the worlds championship and not only did they place in the top 10, but also received the Judges Award!  Field Mold Solutions is a proud sponsor of this team of innovative students and we look forward to following and supporting them when they compete in the FIRST Robotics Competitions next year.

For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology

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