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  • Mold-Masters Adopts Moldex3D to be the Global Standards for Their Hot Runner Technology

    CoreTech System (Moldex3D) Co., Ltd., the “True 3D” injection molding CAE simulation solution innovator, and Mold-Masters, a global leader in hot runner technology, last January  announced that Mold-Masters has selected Moldex3D software to be the global CAE analysis standards for design verification and optimization of hot runner system.

    Mold-Masters, the leading solutions provider of hot runner systems and controls technology, is ranked 7th among 2500 of the world’s top technology firms for patent innovation. With over 900 granted and pending patents, Mold-Masters has created many technology breakthroughs and enabled countless new ways of molding a part with hot runners. In order to keep the organization with the strong technical leadership in today’s demanding global climate, Mold-Masters invested in a comprehensive product management project to set global CAD/CAM/CAE standards for the organization to accommodate the growing demands in hot runner business. Responsible for the project is the Global Engineering Team which leads Mold-Masters worldwide engineering offices in Germany, Canada, India and support China. After serious evaluation and benchmarking, Mold-Masters decided to globally adopt Moldex3D to build the CAE analysis standard for the design verification and optimization of hot runner system.

    “In our 50 years in business, it has never been the plan for Mold-Masters to take the easy path in product development and engineering specification. We make the best, not the easiest.” said Hans Hagelstein, the president of Mold-Masters Global Engineering. ”At Mold-Masters, we are continually looking to have the best-in-class engineering analysis software to help us to deliver the ultimate in melt delivery and control systems. We selected Moldex3D because its unique technologies are what we would absolutely look for. Moldex3D not only offers more realistic mold filling simulation results for building the organization standard for hot runner design analysis, but also provides more advanced 3D features to help us on the deep investigation.

    “We are very excited to be working with Mold-Masters which is the world leading supplier of hot runner technology.” said Dr. Venny Yang, the president of Moldex3D. “Hot runner system plays more and more important role in achieving an effective injection molding. Moldex3D not only offers the advanced coupled flow and thermal analysis for hot runner system, but also develops the private cloud solution for helping customer to build their own high performance computing platform. I firmly believe that Moldex3D unique capabilities will provide greater value to Mold-Masters for strengthening company competitiveness.”

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  • Autodesk Moldflow 2012 new features

    Autodesk Moldflow 2012 has been on the market for several months already, but today we want to bring to your attention an Autodesk publication, as usual very well done, which highlights all the technical innovations of this new version over the previous ones. It is a PDF file downloadable directly from the manufacturer's websites. To download click here Read more »
  • Moldex3D Advanced Molding Technology Workshops

    Moldex3D Advanced Molding Technology Workshops is a program that designed to keep you updated with the latest technologies and trends in injection molding process industry. 16 different topics, Conformal Cooling, Hot Runner, Mucell ®, Co-injection, IC Encapsulation, Injection Compression, and many others are currently included in this program. Challenges and solutions will be addressed for each of these processes and real case studies will also be unveiled for demonstration. In order to provide the highest quality instruction possible, class sizes will be kept small of 5-10. You can view workshop schedule dates and locations directly on Moldex3D web site
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  • Autodesk Moldflow Communicator - Free Viewer

    Autodesk® Moldflow® Communicator software, helps improve collaboration with manufacturing personnel, procurement engineers, suppliers, and external customers. The Autodesk Moldflow Communicator results viewer works directly with Autodesk® Moldflow® result files so stakeholders can more easily visualize, quantify, and compare simulation results.

    Whether you design injection molds, manufacture plastic parts, or participate in any other step of the injection molding process, Autodesk Moldflow Communicator software enables you to share simulation knowledge with your extended design team and helps to reduce costly design changes and manufacturing defects.

    Autodesk Moldflow Communicator can be downloaded for free directly from the Autodesk web site Here

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  • CoreTech Announced the Official Release of Moldex3D R11.0

    Hsinchu, Taiwan – Dec. 20, 2011 - CoreTech System, announced the latest release of plastic design and analysis software for high-end injection molding simulations, Moldex3D R11.0. This release brings several breakthrough new features and enhancements that lead designers and manufacturers to better validate and optimize product designs with advanced 3D simulation results and high-speed processing capabilities at every stage of industrial molding processes.

    When facing severer molding challenges and cost competition, global enterprises are always seeking for more accurate and more efficient solutions. Moldex3D R11.0 has been developed to help customers overcome this kind of difficulties between ideal market demands and physical manufacturing factors. “The core value of Moldex3D is to provide our customers accurate, high-performance, and attentive service. We have re-positioned Moldex3D R11.0 as four solution packages, including eDesign Basic, eDesign, Professional, and Advanced, to satisfy more exclusive needs from our customers in every level of process complexity,” said Dr. Venny Yang, President of CoreTech System. Moldex3D R11.0 offers industrial users the most complete injection molding simulations. It also adds innovation for better user experience and faster computing capabilities. The ability to have professional simulation results and predictions will encourage more effective product cycle management and increase profitability, which brings companies greater global competitiveness.

    Building upon the previous releases and the powerful simulation capabilities, Moldex3D R11.0 provides new features and enhancements including:
    Advanced Support for Pre-Processor

    Moldex3D R11.0 adds several friendly tools that enable users to design various feeding and cooling systems depending on individual needs more easily. It also highly improves the quality of mesh generation, which will help users better portray unique model features with complicated geometry and acquire more accurate simulation results.
    Improvements on Accuracy for Simulations

    This release supports a venting analysis that helps users solve potential incomplete fills in cavities more effectively. It also supports a core shift analysis to simulate the deflection results of part inserts due to imbalanced pressure in the filling process. Additionally, the Standard Cool solver adds visualization of 3D coolant flow in cooling channels for evaluation of baffle, bubbler and conformal cooling designs. The expanded Transient Cool analysis improves predictions of cooling inefficiency problems and can directly benefit conformal cooling circuit design. As for reactive materials, Reactive Injection Molding (RIM) modules support PVTC models for more accurate warpage and volumetric shrinkage predictions. For encapsulation projects, users now can analyze wire crossing models and identify related troubles. Moreover, Gas-Assisted and Water-Assisted Injection Molding modules allow users to define an overflow region, which will lead to more realistic process simulations. Finally, FEA Interface modules increase transferable file formats and data distributions into structural analysis software.
    New Simulation Capabilities

    Moldex3D R11.0 also introduces several new modules, including Advanced Hot Runner, Co-Injection Molding, Microcellular Foaming (MuCell®), and Underfill Encapsulation (Underfill), to accurately simulate the 3D molding phenomena in these special injection molding processes. Key process parameters can be investigated, and major molding defects can be predicted for design verification and process optimization. Another useful module is Expert. It uses the Design for Experiment (DOE) method to help users evaluate optimal analysis results systematically instead of using the conventional trial-and-error method.
    Enhanced Efficiency for Simulations

    Improving user friendliness and efficiency has also been the major focus in Moldex3D R11.0. We redesigned the user interface of Process Wizard as the real control panel on an injection molding machine. It will guide users to define and setup process conditions more easily and intuitively. Moldex3D Project adds predictions of gate contribution for users to measure the flow field from each gate as a reference for optimizing gate location designs. At the same time, it supports more result displays on surface, including velocity vector and volumetric shrinkage, which allow users to evaluate 3D analysis results more conveniently. Moreover, users can compare XY plots from different selected run results and import or export these data curves as a CSV file for further discussion. In parallel to the release of R11.0, a brand new result visualization tool, Moldex3D Viewer, is ready for beta testing. Users are able to export selected result items with a very compact file size for sharing design and simulation knowledge over Internet among the team, suppliers and customers.
    High Performance Computing

    Moldex3D R11.0 employs Intel® MPI Library as the parallel processing communication protocol. Its computing speed will increase by 5-10% in comparison with that in Moldex3D R10.0 under the same CPU cores. At the same time, it also adds support for the parallel processing capability of Graphics Processing Unit (GPU). It can accelerate the computing speed by 10-20 times for a Standard Flow analysis and by 2-4 times for an Enhanced Flow analysis.

    Further technical information can be found at
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