Simulations and analyses save time and money

With simulations and analyses of plastic parts you can achieve significant cost savings and important knowledge about your future production, or a production that you would like to optimise.

One way to analyse plastic parts and optimise them for production is to use flow simulation – before you ask the toolmaker to work on expensive moulds. High costs can be saved by using 3D models to change the parts, and avoid using the final moulds for that.

At Medicologic, simulations and analyses are a part of our development process. But flow simulations are also useful if you have ended up with a production batch that did not quite turn out as intended. In those cases, we analyse the part and suggest how it can be changed and optimised. Flow simulations and analyses can for instance pinpoint structural weaknesses, convergence difficulties, strength problems, risk of warped plastic parts, possibilities of materials consumption optimisation, etc.

Flow simulations and analysis Claus Erikslev Jensen (l) and Mads Madsen (r) are experienced developers in the Product Development team at Medicologic performing simulations and analysis.

We have many years of experience in simulation and analysis, and a dedicated team is available for the execution and to provide guidance. Our team with Mads and Claus are experienced developers at Medicologic. Claus’s experience includes 8 years in the hearing aid industry, where he was responsible for the use of flow analyses in the daily operation.

The Danish companies Radiometer, Coloplast and GN Resound are among the customers who have benefited from our assistance in production optimisation.

Contact
Martin Thomsen
Teamleder, Product Development
mt@medicologic.com
Phone: +45 22 47 72 12