Posts tagged with "colision analysis"



Simulation killed the interference curve star?
10. May 2022
AI and machine learning are considered to be ultimate weapons in the handling of large and small challenges. Algorithms process incredible amounts of data and, despite monotonous and repetitive routines, neither feel bored nor lose concentration. Away from the discussion about the possibilities and limits of this, however, humans gain two things. A different way of looking at problems, as well as time for creative solutions. This is the breeding ground for innovation and competitive advantage.
Virtual kinematic hot forming optimization
22. July 2021
The use of kinematic simulation in the metal forming creates a better understanding of the processes in and on press through visualization. The great advantage is that the entire process can be tested offline and in advance of the existence of real machine or die. To increase productivity on hot forming equipment, it is not enough to optimize the part transportation within the die clamping area. The entire part transfer process including the heating and feeding process must be simulated.

Virtual kinematic press & die simulation makes productivity predictable
13. May 2021
One of the principles that drives me is "Simplicity is the soul of efficiency". This sums up what kinematic virtual simulation of press and die movements is for. This 3D CAD data-based methodology is the key to accelerate die design times and minimize machine downtime. But best of all, the combined view of die design in the context of machine movements makes the potential output rate predictable and thus the design optimizable.
03. November 2019
Blechexpo and Fabtech trades are just around the corner, and for me this is heralding the final phase of the working year. This is the time to regularly spend time planning and designing the new year. Residual budgets can be of great help in implementing corporate goals and promoting your own employees. To think about the new year in time offers a personal advantage in the new year and increases the anticipation of a merry Christmas.

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