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An option automatically defines control valves so you can predict the control valve opening times based on the melt front arrival.
The associativity of configurations between the SOLIDWORKS software and SOLIDWORKS Plastics is improved.
Improvements in plots include editing the Min and Max values outside the range of the current data, and resetting the Min and Max back to the default values.
An option lets you control the loading of plastics analysis data when you open part documents.
The Cool analysis module is enhanced.
The Part Mass plot shows the part mass changes during the filling and packing processes.
An option in the Solid Mesh - Manual PropertyManager maintains the previously defined domain definitions when you create a solid mesh with the Manual method.
Several improvements in the user interface enhance productivity.
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