The Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) announced CoreTech System Co., Ltd. (Moldex3D) as a Preferred Partner on 1 October 2020. An SPE Preferred Partner is a converter, manufacturer, solutions provider or product distributor that has been recognised by SPE for demonstrated leadership and innovation in the plastics industry. Their products and services are valuable to SPE’s members.
“We are excited about adding a Preferred Partner that offers plastic injection moulding simulation and provides advanced technologies and solutions for industrial demands,” said Michael Greskiewicz, SPE’s Director, Sales & Advertising. “With Moldex3D’s participation in our Preferred Partner programme, we’re looking forward to continued growth of this program for our members.”
“We are very honoured to be named as an SPE Preferred Partner”, said Dr. Rong-Yeu Chang, Moldex3D CEO and a Fellow of SPE, “Providing global customers with advanced and innovative technologies and services has always been Moldex3D’s mission. SPE’s recognition certainly gives us more momentum to assist industries to level up their competitiveness in the ever-changing global market.”
CoreTech System Co., Ltd. (Moldex3D) has been providing the professional CAE analysis solution Moldex series for the plastic injection moulding industry since 1995, and the current product Moldex3D is marketed worldwide. Moldex3D is said to offer a perfect match between prediction and end-result before real manufacturing, helping enterprises reduce trial-and-error, shorten time-to-market, and maximise product return on investment (ROI).
According to the company, the accuracy and usability of Moldex3D enable it to obtain a high market share in Europe, America, and Asia. Moldex3D is also elected as the key moulding simulation core by top CAD/CAE/CAM software including Siemens NX, PTC Creo, MSC DigimatRP, and Cimatron. Moreover, Moldex3D has received numerous recognitions such as ”James L. White Innovation” from International Polymer Processing (PPS) in 2015, Taiwan Excellence Award in 2016 and the Aoki Katashi Innovation Award in 2019.