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Discover what's new in Moldflow 2024!

We are thrilled to share that the highly-anticipated 2024 releases of Moldflow Adviser, Moldflow Insight, and Moldflow Synergy are now available!

You can access Adviser and Insight help documents to get more details on what’s new, but if you read on, we’ll give you a high-level look at what is in this latest release.

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Just Released: Moldflow 2023 Update 1!

We are very happy to announce that Moldflow 2023 Update 1 is now available!

The Moldflow product managers, Hanno and Rahul, shared a preview of this update during their Autodesk Moldflow Summit 2023 recording, “What’s New in Moldflow 2023”, earlier this year. If you haven’t watched it yet,

Kilroy Kristen

Netfabb Simulation Research & Validation: Moving Source

Trial and error is especially costly in metal additive manufacturing. With so many variables across materials, machines, and part designs, it is almost impossible to know the formula for success.

Thermomechanical simulation, especially Netfabb’s multi-scale approach, provides a big advantage. Since 2012, over $7.3M USD has been spent validating the Netfabb Local Simulation solver predictions by comparing them with the experimental results for materials,

Kilroy Kristen

Netfabb Simulation Research & Validation: Part/Powder Interaction

Trial and error is especially costly in metal additive manufacturing. With so many variables across materials, machines, and part designs, it is almost impossible to know the formula for success.

Thermomechanical simulation, especially Netfabb’s multi-scale approach, provides a big advantage. Between 2012 and 2018, over $7.3M USD has been spent validating the Netfabb Simulation solver predictions by comparing them with the experimental results for materials,

Kilroy Kristen

Netfabb Simulation Research & Validation: Support Failure Prediction

Trial and error is especially costly in metal additive manufacturing. With so many variables across materials, machines, and part designs, it is almost impossible to know the formula for success.

Thermomechanical simulation, especially Netfabb’s multi-scale approach, provides a big advantage. Since 2012, over $7.3M USD has been spent validating the Netfabb Simulation solver predictions by comparing them with the experimental results for materials,

Kilroy Kristen

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