Moldex3D Northern America Inc., a subsidiary of CoreTech System Co., Ltd. (Moldex3D), the leading provider of engineering simulation solutions for the plastics industry, will be exhibiting and previewing the latest innovations and enhancements to its simulation portfolio at PLASTEC WEST, one of North America’s most premier plastics technology events, on February 6-8, 2018 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.
Visitors to the Moldex3D Northern America booth #4033 will get an exclusive sneak peek of its upcoming Moldex3D R16 version, designed to deliver higher efficiency and reliability in simulation-driven solutions to accelerate the pace of product innovations. The following are just a few of highlights booth visitors can expect to see:
Rapid Mold Gating Iteration
Allows users to achieve ideal gate locations, especially for large parts, in a short amount of time before committing to a comprehensive design validation analysis, spending less time on finding the correct gate location and eliminating weld lines in early analysis stage.
Enhanced Simulation Capabilities for Composite and Special Molding Processes
Expands existing simulation capabilities for Resin Transfer Molding (RTM), Polyurethane (PU) Chemical Foaming Process, Fiber-reinforced Plastic Injection Molding, Viscoelasticity, Hot Runner Molding, etc., to achieve higher level of accuracy and to better meet dynamic manufacturing needs.
WITHOUT DRAPING EFFECT
WITH DRAPING EFFECT
Moldex3D Resin Transfer Molding Analysis considers the draping effect exported from LS-DYNA, obtaining more accurate prediction of resin filling patterns.
Automated Simulation Workflow Boots Efficiency
Allows users to customize and automate simulation workflows through the integration of Moldex3D API with their product design systems, reducing the complexity of simulation workflow and possible manual mistakes to ensure accuracy and consistency.
Simulate More in Less Time
Reduces filling/packing simulation processing time by up to 30%. Support automatic generation of non-matched solid meshes for the entire moldbase and its components, including mold plate, mold insert, etc., reducing the amount of time and effort required to perform an accurate and reliable mold analysis.
These new features and enhancements will be demonstrated at Moldex3D booth #4033 at PLASTEC WEST 2018. Moldex3D Engineering Manager, Srikar Vallury, will be available for questions and consulting throughout the show. To schedule an appointment or live demonstration of Moldex3D’s simulation solutions, please fill out the request form online at