“We’re very glad to have Moldex3D eXplorer as a partner product to support Pro/ENGINNER user community. Most of our users are using Pro/ENGINEER for designing precision parts with complicated wall thickness variations. Moldex3D’s true 3D simulation capabilities will provide much more accurate simulation results,” said Mike Campbell, PTC senior vice president of product management.
In the past, designers and molders have to come together to discuss various molding conditions after CAD graphics are completed. Now, Moldex3D eXplorer can bridge the gap between these two professions because it provides designers the necessary insights on how to produce good quality products. Designers now can check welding line, air trap, flow balance, and decide gate location, gate number, etc. during the design phase. Moldex3D eXplorer can also simulate true 3D flow to provide the inner temperature and pressure of cavity. Molders then can visualize molding requirements to further optimize products.
Besides time savings, Moldex3D eXplorer is also meant to reduce the training involved in accessing simulation results. Pro/ENGINEER users can easily setup analyses with only a few clicks in Pro/ENGINEER environment. In other words, no additional training, CAD conversion, or meshing job are needed. In terms of performance, Moldex3D eXplorer supports parallel computing technology, it is capable of reaching the maximum acceleration by fully utilizing each core of the modern CPU architecture. After analyses are done, report generator then enables users to share reports with the product design team, clients, suppliers, and the molders.
“We’re very excited to announce the immediate availability of Moldex3D eXplorer. Moldex3D’s professional true 3D parallel computing capability is now extended to support CAD users directly. Upfront CAE becomes straightforward for every CAD user,” said Dr. Venny Yang, President of CoreTech System. Moldex3D eXplorer can drive collaboration between designers and molders, and reduce trial and error.
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