Autodesk Interoperates Mainstream CAD Apps
Autodesk has introduced a new release of its Moldflow software suite for plastics injection molding simulation and optimization. It offers interoperability with mainstream computer-aided design (CAD) applications.
Autodesk has introduced a new release of its Moldflow software suite for plastics injection molding simulation and optimization. The plastics injection molding software suite in the computer-aided engineering (CAE) market may take advantage of the processing power of high-performance graphics processing unit (GPU) technology. It offers interoperability with mainstream computer-aided design (CAD) applications.
"Scheduled for next month, Autodesk Moldflow 2010 is a second release, and a part of the Autodesk solution for digital prototyping. We re focused on helping manufacturers reduce errors and improve injection mold performance resulting in higher product quality and faster time to market," said Samir Hanna, vice president of Digital Factory and Industrial Design for the Autodesk Manufacturing Industry Group.
"Customers can troubleshoot and optimize plastic parts from the start of the product design cycle all the way to the manufacturing process," said Hanna.
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