Domo injection molding simulation ensures faster development

New service for polyamide customers covering the global portfolio of products designed for injection molding

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New application designed for metal substitution with PA66. Photo Domo

Until now, customers needed to update their simulation software to obtain the latest injection molding databases from providers, with a significant lag between new material availabilities and public database updates – sometimes more than a year. They also needed to reach out to multiple contacts on a regular basis to check for the latest resource availabilities from material providers.

Domo is changing this paradigm by providing a valuable new service to customers, comprising frequent updates of its injection molding simulation database for Autodesk Moldflow. Comparable injection material cards for other software (Moldex3D, CADmould) for your sales and technical manager.

“We are at the cutting edge in our approach to provide high-quality data for injection molding and integrative structural – MMI simulation in the fastest and most direct way to our customers,” says Alexandre Chatelain, Simulation Models Database manager at Domo.”

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“This project is part of a broader scope aimed at improving our overall digitalization capability and is an instrumental contribution to our commercial digitalization strategy” Chatelain added.

Enabling customers to always have the latest injection molding simulation data from Domo engineered materials, this will save them time and effort in getting the appropriate data for their projects. These fitted and validated measurements for more precise simulation will enable shorter development time for customers, and faster time to market.

Moreover, these direct updates will include new offerings from Domo’s development pipeline as well as newly validated data beyond the standard injection molding process characterization, such as fiber orientation prediction optimization.

“At Domo, we provide unique data – like fiber orientation model parameters calibration and validation – to optimize polyamide part performance,” adds Chatelain. “We understand that it is a burden for our customers if they have to update their simulation software to obtain the latest injection molding data from providers whenever there is a new release. That’s why we now provide injection molding database updates independently from software releases to ensure our customers are always up to date.”

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