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DEC. 2015 | Past Issues  
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Dear Friend,

With the year coming to a close, Moldex3D would like to express our sincere gratitude for your generous support throughout the year. 2015 has been an extraordinary year for all of us at Moldex3D as we celebrated our 20th anniversary with monumental breakthroughs both in our business and products. In this edition, we will do a quick recap on the Top 3 Most-Read Articles featured in the past 12 months. We hope you enjoy this edition and find it beneficial. Also, we would like to invite you to stay tuned for exciting news from Moldex3D--the release of the upcoming Moldex3D R14 version. We firmly believe the powerful BLM mesh technology in R14 will give you a brand new experience to prepare high-resolution meshes with unprecedented speed which ultimately helps reduce your meshing time in half! Last but not least, on behalf of everyone at Moldex3D, we wish you a very Happy Holiday Season and a prosperous 2016!

Molding Innovation Newsletter Team

  Top 3 Most-Read Articles of 2015
  Optimizing Cooling Efficiency with Moldex3D Cooling Channel Designer
  One of the unique features in CCD is the “slicing” function. With this function, users can slice up the imported part into several sections…

  Global Navigation Leader TomTom Utilizes Moldex3D MCM Solution to Successfully Resolve Defects
  Through Moldex3D simulation analyses, TomTom was able to understand the filling behavior, and predict warpage and weld line formation of the original design … 

  Moldex3D Successfully Integrates Real Machine Interface to Facilitate Effective Communication between Simulation & Manufacturing
  Moldex3D has successfully bridged the communication gap between simulation and manufacturing. Moldex3D “Process Wizard” supports the properties of widely used molding machines for use in the … 

    Polymer Composites are Heading from the Race Track to Main Street    
    Today’s cars are approximately 10 percent plastics by weight but 50 percent by volume. Plastics and polymer composites offer exceptional strength-to-weight ratios and design flexibility, which helps reduce fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions across wide range of vehicles.  

See how carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP) are utilized in BMW’s i8 and i3 cars >>

Moldex3D Simulation on Fiber Reinforced Plastics >>


Learning Resources  
Pioneering Simulation Technology for Fiber Concentration Prediction Helps Achieve Your Lightweight Design Concept  
Use Moldex3D’s New Pin Movement Analysis Technology to Yield Greater Process Gains  
Utilizing Moldex3D to Analyze Reynolds Number in Cooling Channels  
Moldex3D R13 Solver Helps Foresee Potential Wire Sweep Problem and Optimize Encapsulation Process  
[Dec 31, 2015] Molding Innovation Days 2015  
[Feb 09-11, 2016] Plastec West 2016  
[May 23-25, 2016] ANTEC 2016  
[Jun 01-02, 2016] ECTC 2016  
Moldex3D eDesign 2 Day Training and Certificate  
What's New  
Moldex3D Announces the Release of Moldex3D Digimat-RP for Advanced Material Modeling of Reinforced Plastics  
Moldex3D Selects Winners of Global Innovation Talent Award Contest  
Moldex3D Wins Prestigious James L. White Innovation Award for 2015 of the Polymer Processing Society (PPS)  

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