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Moldex3d for rubber

Moldex3d for rubber

Moldex3d for rubber

Hello everybody!
My company wants to consider Moldex3d for rubber injection. Has anyone here used this software for rubber?
I saw on their website that the main application is plastics but someone recommend it to us as also good for rubber.
Thank you!
Best regards!

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Dear Cloa, please excuse my ignorance but what is Coretech?

RE: Moldex3d for rubber

What sort of rubber- natural or elastomer- (reaction injection molding that they list would similar to elastomer manufacture)? Core tech- they are the company behind Moldex3d- its on their website.

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RE: Moldex3d for rubber

Natural rubber. I've already talked with their representative but I was wondering if anyone here actually used the software for rubber and if yes, how good it actually is.

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