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Moldex3D: I need help with Moldex3D commands

Moldex3D: I need help with Moldex3D commands

Moldex3D: I need help with Moldex3D commands


I am using Moldex3D for the simulation of the injection moulding process. I did the simulation, but I need to know the commands of the following tasks:

1) Importing an external geometry

2) Select all the lines of the imported geometry

3) Give the selection of 2), the attribute of "cooling channel" as in the "Model-Attribute" menu.

4) Select "check cooling system" (for automatic creation of a Moldbase and placement of water line inlets and outlets.

5) Command "specify face" and select the inlet face.

6) Mesh all the elements (piece + waterlines + moldbase), as within the "Mesh" menu.

I don't need anything too detailed. I just would like to know the commands, as I will search for them in the Moldex3D documentation and read about them and their syntax.

I thank you all in advance,
Best regards,
Andrade Silva

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