First, we need to understand what scientific molding is as an application.
It is the science of process development, recording, standardization and repeatability.
Whether proving a new design, producing one-off components, or limited run parts, our CNC mold capabilities allow you to bring innovation to the marketplace ahead of the competition.
Continuing on with part 3 of our blog series dedicated to showing the differences between Autodesk Inventor Professional 2011 and Solid Works Premium 2011 for digital prototyping workflows, we examine the ability to design and validate molds, starting with a pre-designed part.
We have the equipment and tools for leading-edge inspection services and quick turnarounds.
Our staff has a unique blend of engineering background and hands-on molding and manufacturing background, allowing us to provide results you can count on.
Don Paulson, RJG and John Bozzelli were major pioneers in the development of decoupled and scientific molding, as the procedures were developed and given structure. It is important to note here there are many variances from one training program to another.
At Design Concepts, our expertise in developing CNC molds provides the opportunity to validate new technologies and new ideas at break-neck speed.
In today’s market, innovation and changing technology require a commitment to expedite new product development.
Validating new technologies and new ideas at break-neck speed is a top priority.
Autodesk Inventor provides standard libraries of mold bases and components along with automated tools for splitting the core and cavity and for designing the runners, gates, and cooling and ejection systems.
The inclusion of Autodesk Moldflow simulation software directly in the design workflow allows designs to be validated and improved upon until they will optimally manufacture products of the highest quality.