Northville, MI – September 01, 2013 – CoreTech System (Moldex3D) Co., Ltd., the “True 3D”injection molding CAE simulation solution innovator”, is pleased to announce a $2 million worth of Moldex3D injection Molding Simulation Software donation to University of Akron. It will be used by The Akron Polymer Training Center, the training division of the College of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering at University of Akron, to provide education and training for students and professionals in injection molding simulation technology.
“It is known that The Akron Polymer Training Center, the nation’s No. 2 polymer science program, offers courses and trainings designed to enhance on-the-job effectiveness for all professionals working in the polymer field and strives to be the world’s leading provider of effective workforce development and training. As the world’s largest independent injection molding simulation software provider, we believe it is our responsibility to assist University of Akron in keeping up with the goal. We are pleased for the opportunity to partner with University of Akron to bring students more practical industrial hands-on computer aided engineering experiences and help them stay on the cutting edge of the technology,” said Prabhakar Vallury, Vice President of Moldex3D Northern America.
“Moldex3D, using 3D computational technology, will give students hands-on experience in the simulation of the flow of polymer materials into complicated mold cavities, which will help local industry,” says Dr. Mukerrem Cakmak, Harold A. Morton chair and distinguished professor of polymer engineering. “Plastic injection molding is used in various industries, including automotive, electronics, medical, electro-optical, and consumer products. The behavior of polymers in the melt state — or “the batter” — depends upon a number of factors, including the pressure, temperature, velocity and viscosity of the injected material, adding that the difference between polymers can be as drastic as that between lava and water. We are excited to have this unique opportunity to cooperate with CoreTech System (Moldex3D) to educate polymer engineering students and professionals with the latest and advanced simulation technology.”
The donation ceremony was held at “Advanced Processes Innovation Day: Molding Innovation”, a one-day seminar on August 8th at the National Polymer Innovation Center, University of Akron and focuses on the technologies and innovations that are changing the face of manufacturing.
Representatives from Moldex3D, Concept2Production and The University of Akron after the software donation.(Source: www.uakron.edu)
About CoreTech System (Moldex3D)
CoreTech System Co., Ltd. (Moldex3D) has been providing the professional CAE analysis solution “Moldex” series for the plastic injection molding industry since 1995, and the current product “Moldex3D” is marketed worldwide. Committed to providing advanced technologies and solutions to meet industrial demands, CoreTech System has extended its sales and service network to provide local, immediate, and professional service. CoreTech System presents innovative technology, which helps customers troubleshoot from product design to development, optimize design patterns, shorten time-to-market, and maximize product return on investment (ROI). More information can be found at www.moldex3d.com.
About The College of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering At The University of Akron
The University of Akron’s College of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering, has a long and eventful history, with over 1700 graduates at the master’s and PhD level. With seven endowed professorships, a distinguished faculty of 34, and over 300 graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, the College represents one of the largest concentrations of academic polymer expertise to be found anywhere. There is a baccalaureate degree program in Mechanical/Polymer Engineering offered in cooperation with the College of Engineering, and a 2-year Associate Degree program in Polymer Technology. In addition, there is a Training Center, managed by the College, which provides a wide variety of non-credit plastics and rubber courses for workers at all levels. The College offers extensive programming in polymer education and research. For more information about the University of Akron, please visit www.uakron.edu/cpspe.