Mold, Tool & Die

Using SOLIDWORKS in Mold, Tool and Plastics Industry

A demanding economy is forcing mold makers to be even more creative while facing stiff global competition. Today’s customers insist on precision and durability, while also demanding shorter lead times and lower prices. SOLIDWORKS product development solutions provide a full range of integrated modeling, simulation, and communication tools that mold, tool, and plastic manufacturers need to design better products faster—and at lower cost. For companies that design plastic parts, injection molds, SOLIDWORKS Plastics Simulation software helps users predict and avoid manufacturing defects during the earliest stages of part and mold design, eliminating costly mold rework, improving part quality, and decreasing time to market.

SOLIDWORKS is being used throughout the Mold and Tool industry. Read the testimonials and case studies to see how SOLIDWORKS benefits each of these customers.

Modulpac AB

Products: SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD, SOLIDWORKS Plastics SOFTWARE

Industries: Mold, Tool & Die

“Previously, we were forced to guess the cycle time of the injection molding process if we did not have a similar existing product. If we guessed wrong, we could lose business because we were too expensive or put the price too low, which would lead to a loss. With SOLIDWORKS Plastics, we get an accurate

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PolymerDon

Products: SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD, MOLDWORKS, SOLIDWORKS Plastics SOFTWARE

Industries: Mold, Tool & Die

“SolidWorks combined with MoldWorks, EletrodeWorks and SplitWorks has made our designwork much faster, easier and safer. During the design process we have to follow a series of mandatory steps, which means that we cannot proceed to the next step before all errors are eliminated. We cannot just skip a step, so the chances of ending

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Motoplast Oy

Products: SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD

Industries: Mold, Tool & Die

”It has become a lot easier for us to acquire new customers. By using SolidWorks we easily create contacts with companies that have development projects, because we can make virtual prototypes and visualize what a solution might look like in a matter of hours. In this context SolidWorks is a very powerful tool.”

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