Moldex3D and Xnovo Technology Announce Partnership

Plan for partnership is to offer advanced fiber analysis for accurate material data and 3D fiber orientation prediction.

Plan for partnership is to offer advanced fiber analysis for accurate material data and 3D fiber orientation prediction.

Advanced X-ray imaging solutions. Image courtesy of CoreTech System/Moldex3D.

Moldex3D, a molding simulation software in the industry, and Xnovo Technology, a company focused on advanced X-ray imaging solutions, are together offering an advanced calibration for fiber parameters based on scan experiments, empowering users to conduct accurate simulations, the companies report.

“Simulation of fiber orientation is not a new technology and we created a great model for it, but with the input of real-life data it would be even more enhanced”, says Ethan Chiu, research and development director at CoreTech System, the mother company of Moldex3D. “The top design and manufacturers are all implementing the digital twin concept so the precision requirement has also upgraded. Every little detail counts.”

“We are proud to support Moldex3D users with our advanced X-ray imaging solutions”, says Erik Lauridsen, CEO at Xnovo Technology. “By building on our proven expertise in 3D imaging and analysis, we are able to provide 3D fiber orientation characterization with unparalleled time-to-result and superior quality.”

This collaboration enables users to conduct simulations of 3D fiber orientation using calibrated fiber parameters, which is needed for defining the anisotropic mechanical strength and controlling molding shrinkage in fiber-reinforced components. By integrating Xnovo’s 3D fiber orientation characterization capabilities with Moldex3D’s simulations, users may experience improved accuracy in their simulation analyses. With the help of Moldex3D Studio API, computing iterations between the digital and physical data are automated on a large scale. For more information, contact [email protected] or [email protected].

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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