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Solvay and e-Xstream Open Source MMI Technyl Design

Grants access to a data base with over 7,600 files and 50 polyamide materials.

Solvay Engineering Plastics and e-Xstream engineering have partnered to open source MMI Technyl Design for automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

According to a company press release, MMI Technyl Design is an advanced material platform and simulation service that provides a databased with over 7,600 files, 50 polyamide materials and supports a wide range of calculations with the injection molding process.

“We knew we had to aggressively develop and demonstrate the benefits of advanced predictive technology to increase its acceptance and value for customers and to do so have been working closely with Solvay,” said Roger Assaker, CEO of e-Xstream. “Together we have developed and validated the technology to create a radically new business model aimed at boosting our customers’ confidence in plastic material selection for metal replacement solutions offering lower production and part costs and, importantly, to speed up time to market.”

For more information, visit Solvay Engineering Plastics.

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