January 22 - SAN DIEGO, CA, CoreTech System Co., Ltd. (Moldex3D), the “True 3D” CAE simulation solution innovator and member of the SolidWorks Solution Partner Program, will be exhibiting at booth #404 during the highly anticipated SolidWorks World show this month. Representatives from Moldex3D will be present throughout the entire show, which takes place from January 26th to the 29th. Technology that will be exhibited includes eDesignSYNC for SolidWorks. This injection molding simulation software serves as the bridge allowing designers to synchronize design changes with the analysis power of Moldex3D/eDesign in a familiar environment. The partnership and integration between SolidWorks and Moldex3D is intended to add value for users of these two world-class products.
“Moldex3D eDesignSYNC was developed to bring True 3D plastic injection molding simulation to the desktop of every industrial engineer,” said Dr. Venny Yang, President of CoreTech System. “As the market continues to demand high-function designs with a variety of features, complete molding solutions have become more essential than ever.”
Moldex3D/eDesign is a revolutionary tool that is taking the CAE industry by storm. The software is used for plastic part validation and mold optimization. It offers complete analysis functions such as filling, packing, cooling, warpage, fiber orientation, insert molding, etc. With Moldex3D eDesignSYNC, designers are able to take advantage of these professional capabilities for digitally verifying design changes and solving manufacturing difficulties more effectively and more efficiently. It also seeks to provide a user-friendly interface for easier access to Moldex3D simulation. The release of Moldex3D eDesignSYNC for SolidWorks will benefit users of SolidWorks and Moldex3D with a more flexible simulation-driven design platform.
Come see the latest developments in CAE at one of the single most important industry events this year. Also, see how eDesignSYNC works SolidWorks and sign up for a free post-show consultation at booth #404. Further technical information also can be found at www.moldex3d.com.