World of injection without Virtual Molding: New employees come in with new and different ideas and would often want to proceed differently. “We've never done it like that” and “This will not work this way” are the usual well-meant comments from the team. Experienced colleagues can often intuitively warn of a conceptual mistake or foresee the design to challenge the technical feasibility, but some of these experiences can’t even be explained completely. Without taking the risk of making mistakes, the new scenario can’t be checked out. Therefore, the introduction of new employees can become a quite painful process.
World of injection with Virtual Molding: During employee onboarding, simulation can be a very useful tool, because it makes the entire process transparent and understandable. Virtual Molding goes one step beyond by creating the option to use and steer the full potential and high motivation of a new colleague right from the start. It helps secure and transfer know-how, while maintaining the option of trying new ideas and concepts without risk to the real project. Before a process exists, it can already get tested. This allows you to compare and optimize different concepts. The risk of wrong decisions is minimized and fact-driven communication between new and experienced colleagues is supported.
Either wish “if I’d only known this earlier“ or count on simulation and get the experience before you need it.