Simulation software from Moldex3D gets enhanced database
Moldex3D Mold makers and engineers can use this computer-aided engineering software to simulate a wide range of injection molding processes and technologies, including hot runners, conformal cooling, foaming and resin-transfer molding.
What’s new? The addition of Alumold, a material from Constellium, New York, to the software’s database of materials.
Benefits Realistic and accurate simulation results. The software’s growing database of materials provides mold makers with more specific data that allows them to make better judgments regarding the feasibility of using aluminum in tooling and mold applications. By using the software, mold makers can reduce their costs and make more informed decisions.
Moldex3D Northern America Inc., Farmington Hills, Mich., 248-946-4570, www.moldex3d.com