MF SOFTWARE Sales & Service Group GmbH of Darmstadt at K 2019 in Düsseldorf -- K Trade Fair
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MF SOFTWARE Sales & Service Group GmbH

Robert-Bosch-Str. 7, 64293 Darmstadt
Germany
Telephone +49 6151 8504-0
Fax +49 6151 8504-099
info@moldflow.eu

This company is main exhibitor of

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K 2019 hall map (Hall 11): stand G73

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K 2019 fairground map: Hall 11

Contact

Claudia Jehn

Phone
061518504111

Email
claudia.jehn@moldflow.eu

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Machinery and equipment for the plastics and rubber industries
  • 03.08  Digitalization
  • 03.08.002  Simulation software

Simulation software

  • 04  Services, Research, Science
  • 04.06  Science and consulting

Our products

Product category: Simulation software

Autodesk Moldflow

Moldflow®, the software for manufacturing and simulating plastic injection molded parts, helps you avoid manufacturing errors. Use the latest tools for injection mold design, plastic part design and the entire injection molding process.

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Complex Geometry

Product category: Computer software services

Moldflow Academy - Product Training

Moldflow Academy - Product Training

Our product training courses of several days form the fundament of your individual training in Moldflow. Here you will learn the basics of software and injection molding. Afterwards you will be confident and efficient in the handling of your Moldflow product in the corresponding expansion stage due to the trained structural approaches in the use and interpretation of the results.

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Complex Geometry

Product category: Computer software services

Moldflow Academy - application-oriented advanced training courses

Under the name MF Academy, MFS offers advanced, application- and process-oriented in-depth training courses. For some of these training courses MFS works closely with industry partners, so that the content of these training courses goes far beyond the application of Moldflow and the interpretation of results.

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Target Products
Complex Geometry

Product category: Computer software services

Moldflow Academy - Autodesk Moldflow Insight Certification Courses

Are you an experienced Moldflow user? If so, get certified!

The certification program requires knowledge of software handling, an understanding of the injection molding process, and procedures for optimizing component and mold designs. We support you with the appropriate preparation course.

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Target Products
Complex Geometry

Product category: Science and consulting

Moldflow Material Characterization

Increase simulation prediction accuracy with accurate and complete material data

With a specific material characterization, the user can realize a higher accuracy in the simulation prediction of the production feasibility of the component design, the process design or the component performance. With a more accurate simulation prediction, part quality increases and time to market decreases.

MF SOFTWARE uses the Beaumont Advanced Processing Lab, the official Autodesk partner material laboratory in the USA, to determine specific material data or to create Moldflow data files for existing material data. Material testing includes both, specialized Autodesk methods and conventional material characterization techniques. Through direct contact and constant exchange of information with the test labs, you will receive customized consulting tailored to Autodesk Moldflow to achieve "Gold" status for your material data.

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Target Products
Complex Geometry

Product category: Simulation software, Science and consulting

Therma-flo

Therma-flo is the first measuring method to characterize a flowing polymer melt during the injection molding process.
For many applications, classical rheometer measurements are used for the rheological characterization of polymers. From this, for example, an MFI value is derived which allows a statement to be made about the flowability of the polymer melt. However, these rheometer measurements are more comparable to an extrusion process than to an injection molding process. A statement on the material behaviour during injection moulding can therefore only be derived to a limited degree. For example, classical rheometer measurements do not take into account the influence of the plastification unit, the interaction between mould temperatures and the melt, the wall thickness of the component and finally the pressure-dependent viscosity.

The Therma-flo characterization measures the flow behavior directly in the injection molding process and thus provides the customer with
- a realistic prediction of the pressure requirement as a function of wall thickness and temperature
- an opportunity to verify the quality and plausibility of simulation input data and results
- a possibility to directly compare different materials for each specific application with regard to technical and economic aspects
- a simple preliminary analysis to evaluate the influence of the wall thickness on the filling pressure, as well as the sensitivity with regard to the melt temperature and injection speed without the modeling effort of a complete simulation.

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Target Products
Complex Geometry

Product category: Science and consulting

MeltFlipper

The optimization tool for cold runner gating systems to avoid shear-induced unbalanced filling and the resulting effects on the components.

Particularly with thin-walled components and high injection speeds, strong shearing of the melt occurs in areas of the gate system close to the wall. In the case of multiple cavities, this leads to an asymmetrical viscosity distribution over the channel cross-section at each branch of the gate and thus to unbalanced filling of the cavities. Thus, an uniform holding pressure supply is no longer guaranteed and phenomena such as different warpage, different strength of weld lines, optical defects or even short shots occur.

By optimizing the design of the runner system with the help of MeltFlipper technology, a symmetrical distribution of the viscosity over the channel cross-section can be achieved again by case-specific rotation of the melt at branches.

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Target Products
Complex Geometry