Moldex3D Software offers a complete and comprehensive suite of software products which accurately predicts the conditions of plastic parts during the molding and curing process. Moldex3D offers many different modules and levels of software including 3D Solid, 2.5D Shell and the new Voxel Hybrid mesh Quick Flow product for designers.
The explicit analysis capabilities of Moldex3D Flow give you deep insight in plastic flow behaviors from macro view to micro view, such as fountain flow, inertia effect and gravity effect. With the power of Moldex3D Flow, you can clearly understand how melt flow progresses, accurately identify where weld surfaces are, and detect short shot problems, etc.
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Using Moldex3D Pack, even for thick parts or parts with big thickness changes, you can also investigate all factors in packing process from material choice, gate design, and processing conditions. With true 3D technology, it can help you to preciously determine gate freeze time, efficient packing time and proper packing pressure to minimize areas of high volumetric shrinkage.
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Based on the filling, packing and cooling analyses by Moldex3D Flow, Pack, Cool, Moldex3D Warp allows users to perform true 3D warpage analysis on thick parts and those parts that have extreme thickness changes. With Warp, users can easily and efficiently improve the part quality and optimize design. For fiber-filled material, Warp incorporates fiber composite theories and the fiber orientation results from Fiber to predict its anisotropic shrinkage and warpage. Furthermore, Warp links with I2 modules to interface with structural analysis software.
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Moldex3D Designer develops a complete series of powerful pre-processing tools, including the automatic mesh generator and intelligent modeling wizards, to help users create True 3D mesh models efficiently and setup a variety of simulation conditions easily, such as gates, runners, cooling channels, etc. It highly improves user friendliness and efficiency. With Moldex3D Designer, designers are able to verify and optimize design changes more effectively and more flexibly. Learn More >>
The three major concerns of industrial CAE users are accuracy, computation speed and user-friendliness. True 3D simulation not only satisfies those concerns, but offers more advantages that conventional 2.5D cannot reach, such as CAD integration, accuracy, minimized model simplification…etc. However, true 3D simulation inevitably increases computation time and requests more memory. Although the High-Performance Finite Volume Method, HPFVM, employed by Moldex3D eDesign has already outperformed other 3D software, but users are still eagerly expecting significant improvements. Learn More >>
Microcellular Injection Molding (MuCell®)
Microcellular injection molding, known commercially as the MuCell® process, is capable of mass-producing parts with complex geometries and excellent dimensional stability, and is widely used in automotive, electronic/electrical products, construction, outdoor products and many other applications. In this process, supercritical fluid (SCF), usually nitrogen (N2) or carbon dioxide (CO2), is mixed with polymer melt to create a single-phase polymer/gas solution, which is then injected into the mold cavity, and finally bubbles are formed in the product. Learn More >>
FEA Interface is a series of FEA interface modules integrated with leading structural CAE software, including ABAQUS, ANSYS, LS-DYNA, Marc, Nastran and Radioss. The modules help users evaluate process-induced properties, such as residual stress or temperature, for structural FEA meshes.