CoreTech System (Moldex3D) and OPM Laboratory announced that they have partnered to leverage the two companies' technologies and expertise in conformal cooling process.
Compared to other conventional cooling techniques, conformal cooling channel design is an intricate and complicated process, and mold inserts used in a conformal cooling system are more costly. Therefore, designing and verifying an effective conformal cooling system have been critical for its users, the companies said.
"It is our core mission to listen to our customers, and develop a useful tool to help simulate and validate their product designs and production processes," said Venny Yang, president of CoreTech. "Applying simulation in conformal cooling process has been highly desirable in the industry. We saw the need in the industry; thus, we developed its simulation technology, and debuted a 3D conformal cooling analysis in Moldex3D R11.0 early this year."
The new partnership will integrate the two companies' technologies on conformal cooling design and simulation together to develop an easy-to-use and multi-functional interface for conformal cooling users.
The companies are jointly establishing a detailed plan and specifications for further development and validations. The enhanced capabilities are expected to be available in
the near future.
For more information, visit CoreTech System and OPM Laboratory.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company's website.