Get the most out of your Injection Moulding Analysis with Moldex3D – Free Webinars & eBook

With the best-in-class analysis technology, Moldex3D can help you carry out in-depth simulation of the widest range of injection moulding processes and to optimise product designs and manufacturability.

In addition, its high compatibility and adaptability enables instant connection to mainstream CAD systems, generating a flexible simulation-driven design platform.

See Moldex3D in Action – Recorded and Live Webinars

To assist industries in leveraging simulation-driven solutions to bolster their competitiveness in today’s market, Moldex3D has scheduled a series of free webinars. These webinars cover various topics, including an overview of Moldex3D plastic injection molding simulation capabilities, industry applications, and other hot topics to make the most out of the features and capabilities delivered by Moldex3D. View the range of webinar recordings here:  

Next Upcoming Live Webinar: Simulation and Materials Characterisation of Polyrethane Foaming Process - 12th Dec 9am GMT

This webinar will demonstrate how Moldex3D Polyurethane (PU) Chemical Foaming Analysis helps users to gain manufacturing insight into real-world material behaviors and achieve higher quality polyurethane foam molded products. With the polyurethane foaming simulation, molders can more accurately predict the filling and foaming behavior of polyurethane, and optimize the injected material amount and process conditions. To book a place at this live webinar, please register here:

E-Book: 5 Injection Moulding Defects and What to Do About Them

Moldex3D has also created a 30-page eBook to show how Moldex3D has helped leading companies in automotive, industrial machinery, consumer electronics, and mold making industries with solutions to some of the most common injection moulding defects.

Injection moulding defects covered in this eBook include:

For more information regarding Moldex3D software, training and consulting services please contact us on: +44 (0) 161 474 7479 or email