CoreTech System (Moldex3D) announced enhancements to the newest version of Moldex3D eDesignSYNC R12.0 for PTC Creo design software. According to the company, the latest release makes it easier for PTC Creo designers to directly evaluate the analysis result in a familiar CAD environment and get real-time manufacturability insights to optimize the part geometry.
With Moldex3D eDesignSYNC, designers can synchronize design changes to quickly and directly evaluate the manufacturability in the familiar environment; more than 80% of potential molding issues can be predicted and addressed upfront, the company claims. "We consider the ability to solve critical molding issues in the early phase of design as one of the key factors for success in current global marketplace," said Venny Yang, president of Moldex3D. "Moldex3D eDesignSYNC for PTC Creo is developed to help designers solve design bottlenecks associated with plastics more efficiently and more cost-effectively."
Building upon the capabilities from the previous releases while adding more innovations, Moldex3D eDesignSYNC R12.0 will upgrade the interface for a more seamless integration with PTC Creo and comprise more advising features. In the new release, users can complete the simulation workflows from component modeling to result, displaying in a single environment, reducing time and enhancing streamlined integration.
Through the newly-added slicing and clipping functions, users can visualize analysis results in various dimensions and better realize the variations of injection molded plastics. Additionally, the advisers for cooling time, sink mark, L/t and gate location will guide users to perform early design optimization to avoid repeating the analysis workflow.
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