On-demand Webinar: Overcome Cosmetic Defects with Sequential Valve Gating (SVG) Simulation
Surface defects, such as flow marks and weld lines, are often found in plastic injection molded parts, especially in larger molded parts, which are usually appearance parts and therefore require high quality surface finishes. Sequential valve gating (SVG) is a common technique that can give molders full control over the timing and the order of cavity fill pattern to prevent surface defects and improve part performance.
To help molders reap the full benefits of sequential valve gating technique, Moldex3D is taking a step further by adding support for valve pin movement simulation. This webinar will demonstrate how Moldex3D Advanced Hot Runner Analysis and its pin movement simulation allow molders to consider the influences of pin position and velocity to optimize their sequential valve gated hot runner systems.
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