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SW Plastics Premium or Autodesk Moldflow

Question asked by Tyler Williams on Jun 12, 2012
Latest reply on Jun 26, 2012 by Ed Honda

Does anyone have experience with both?  As I understand SolidWorks is using Simpoe's software which runs in SW and Autodesk bought MoldFlow a few years ago.  The obvious difference would be that I won't have to export every part iteration with SolidWorks Plastics for analysis.  Does anyone have insight or suggestions as to which is better?  My company is working toward using a more scientific approach to design injection molded parts and tooling.  We are still in the early stages of this so I don't think we necessarily need the most high end cutting edge options just something to get us moving in the right direction.

 

Thanks!

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