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Moldex3D Releases eDesignSYNC for Creo

By DE Editors

CoreTech System Co., Ltd. (Moldex3D) has released an eDesign interface for Creo Elements/Pro, the digital industrial design software from The Product Development Company (PTC). Moldex3D eDesignSYNC, embedded in Creo’s environment, enabling designers to "synchronize" design changes with the simulation capabilities of Moldex3D/eDesign in order to avoid irrational designs ahead of production.

“Modern CAE tools used to be applied mostly in the manufacturing sector to solve existing defects,” says Dr. Venny Yang, president of CoreTech System. “Through the integration with Creo Elements/Pro, Moldex3D eDesignSYNC allows users to predict potential design blemishes and verify design changes in the early design phase. It will dramatically reduce the possibility of real molding problems at lower costs.”

Moldex3D/eDesign is a suite of injection molding simulation software for plastic part validation and mold optimization. It offers analysis functions, such as filling, packing, cooling, warpage, fiber orientation, insert molding, etc. With these integrated professional simulation capabilities, Moldex3D eDesignSYNC for Creo helps designers verify and optimize product designs with different design changes.

“We’re very excited to see the new interface that allows our users to access full capabilities of Moldex3D from and within Creo Elements/Pro. Most of our customers are designing precision parts with complicated wall thickness variation. Enabling them to predict accurate mold filling and part warpage will help streamline their design process for stronger competitiveness,” says Mike Campbell of PTC.

For more information, visit CoreTech System’s Moldex3D site.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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