Moldex3D Viewer is a free communication tool that enables users to visualize Moldex3D’s analysis results easily and quickly. It supports eDesign, Solid, and Shell projects. Users can view pros and cons of all simulations and share more specific identification with their collaborative teams, such as part designers, mold makers, tooling engineers, partners, or customers worldwide. Moldex3D Viewer offers a comprehensive communication platform that helps users enhance efficiency of design verification and optimization.
Moldex3D Viewer offers a free download. Users now can export various analysis results from Moldex3D Project as a compact RSV file, then importing it into Viewer. It is more convenient for cross-departmental discussion and collaboration. It also improves overall productivity and strengthens enterprise competitiveness.
Features and Benefits
- Visualize eDesign, Solid, and Shell analysis results in RSV format exported from Moldex3D Project
- Users can decide necessarily exported result items and lighten file size
- Users can change the look and feel of Moldex3D Viewer according to their personal preference
- Provide the tree views to organize different groups of results
- Provide dynamic view manipulation
- Support to make result animations
Portable RSV File Format
Moldex3D RSV (Results for Viewer) is an exclusive file format which Moldex3D Viewer can read. It contains all the user-specified analysis results exported from Moldex3D Project. It also contains topology and geometry information of a model. Users can easily share this kind of compact file with their companies or customers.
User-defined Display Result Items
Users can decide which analysis result item will be visualized in Moldex3D Viewer, then exporting checked items as a RSV file from Moldex3D Project. It allows users to output the most significant results they are interested in, which also highly lightens file size.
Scalable Deformation Values
Moldex3D Viewer supports to define scale factors and generate a deformation animation. It allows users to switch on/off the deformation result in X, Y, and Z direction. Therefore, users can clearly observe the deformation tendency for part design.
Clipping and Slicing
Clipping and slicing functions help users observe inner temperature variations and check heat accumulation areas inside the mold cavity. Clipping and slicing planes are allowed to move along with the axis or in any direction. The planes also can be rotated freely.
Users can define single or multiple isosurfaces of a model using a constant value, such as pressure, temperature, or velocity. They also can change the isovalues in the Properties page. It helps users evaluate analysis results under certain circumstances and predict the effects, such as warpage, deformation, sink mark, hesitation, etc.