Tutorials provide you with detailed, step-by-step instructions for a variety of different tasks.
|Getting Started |
In this tutorial you will learn how to use Autodesk Simulation Moldflow Adviser. You will modify your workspace, import a model, run a basic analysis and then assess the suitability of your model using the analysis results.
In this tutorial you will learn how to import a model, orient it correctly in the mold and run several preliminary analyses.
In this tutorial you will learn how to use both the Advanced Gate Locator algorithm and the Gate Region Locator algorithm in a Gate Location analysis.
In this tutorial you will learn about the analysis technologies used to analyze models.
In this tutorial you will learn how to find materials in the default database, and add commonly-used materials to a personal database.
A single cavity is a mold that has only one cavity, therefore can only produce one finished part per injection cycle. A single cavity is suitable for producing parts that are large, or for short part runs.
A multi-cavity mold has two or more cavities. The cavities may be identical, to produce multiple copies of a part in a single injection cycle, or they may be different (a family mold), to produce related parts in a single injection cycle.
A family mold is a type of multi-cavity mold. It contains two or more cavities and each cavity forms a part to an assembled product. Unlike multi-cavity molds that have multiple identical cavities, family molds have multiple cavities that are not all identical.
Runners need to be balanced in molds where there are two or more cavities, such as a multi-cavity or family mold. Balancing the runners is a way of adjusting the runner system so that the flow of melt is evenly distributed to the cavities, in order to produce a better quality part.
Learn how to edit reports and export to Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint formats.
Export results from two studies to an Moldflow Results file (*.mfr), which can be opened in Autodesk Simulation Moldflow Communicator.