on 07/17/2015

2015 Moldex3D Global Innovation Talent Award has come to a close, and it’s time to reveal the winners and share their impressive achievements in leveraging Moldex3D to address today’s plastic design-for-manufacture challenges. We were truly impressed with the quality of all the entries, and we would like to thank everyone who participated in the contest this year. Without your hard work and commitment to innovation, the contest would not have been successful. The Global Innovation Talent Award will continue to help businesses and academia achieve the next level of success using simulation solutions in innovative ways. Once again congratulations to all of our winners. Hope to see you next year! Read the press release>>

Winners of Company Category

Lite-On Technology Corporation

Improving the Warpage in a Scanner CIS Holder Part Using Moldex3D and LS-DYNA


Using Moldex3D to Reduce Warpage in a Cradle of Truck GPS Navigation Device

TYC Brother Industrial Co., Ltd.

Solving Air Traps in BMC (Bulk Molding Compound) Automotive Headlight Reflectors

Acer Inc.

Using Design of Experiment (DOE) Analysis to Solve Ink Washout and Residual Stress Issues in Thin-wall Injection Molded Ultrabook Base Cases

Synventive Molding Solutions

Using Moldex3D to Simulate Synventive’s activeGate™ Technologies

Metal Industries Research Development Centre

Analyzing the Optical Properties of a Double-sided Micro Lens Array in Laser Projectors

Solving Warpage Problem through Injection Analysis and Structural Analysis

Calin Technology Co., Ltd.
Moldex3D Injection Molding Simulation Applications in Projector Lens

Linear Mold & Engineering
Improvement of Injection Molding Cycle Process

Winners of Student Category

Chung Yuan Christian University

A Study of the Influences of Processing Parameters and Glass Fiber Material on Part Roundness using Moldex3D

Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences

The Study of Volumetric Shrinkage using Zirconia Ceramic for Artificial Dental Roots with Two-shot Sequential Molding Application

The Ohio State University

Microinjection Molded Miniature Freeform Alvarez Lenses

Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences

Applying MCM Process in Thick Lens Design

Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences

The Cause of Sink Marks and the Dynamic Measurement of Thick Lens for Automotive

Taiwan University of Science and Technology

The Study of the Effect of Glass Fibers on Poly Lactic Acid (PLA) and Structural Integrity

Chiayi University

Applying Static Mixers in a Multi-cavity Design to Reduce Runner’s Corner Effect

Yunlin University of Science and Technology

The Study of Product Warpage in Co-injection Molding

Beijing University of Chemical Technology

Improvement on the 2.5 Inch NPSM Screw Thread Requirement of a Plastic Bottle Cap


Past Winners

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