A First Interview with More Interviews to Follow As a part of our new blogging approach at AutoForm you’ll be seeing a number of interviews which bring our team to the forefront. You’ll get to know our team as we…

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AutoForm at the CHS2

See Our Systematic Process Improvement Approach on June the 4th-7th, Atlanta U.S.A In order to improve the set-up of industrial press hardening processes, companies and researchers are spending remarkable efforts on the design and positioning of cooling channels. Following the…

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As you may have heard the new AutoFormplus R7 has been released. So what upgrades does it bring? This blog post is about two major enhancements. AutoFormplus R7 delivers the next level of process simulation by offering new functionalities at your fingertips….

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Maturing isn’t only for good wine. It also creates software that delivers the latest trends. It is our belief at AutoForm that the understanding of bringing forming related fabrication processes into virtualization goes hand in hand with providing the customer…

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Robustness – what is it and how does it relate to strawberry pies? In several previous posts we have talked about robustness and the repeatability of processes, and how the process might vary in its output relative to the changing…

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During the past 20 years, stamping simulation has brought tremendous change to the way stamping processes are defined and validated, stamping tools are designed and built, and stampings are produced. Without state-of-the-art simulation tools, today’s complex stampings using high-tech sheet…

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“If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” Systematic process improvement, as described in several previous posts (Adjusting complex process variables: Drawbead shapes, Virtual Tryout or Process Engineering?,What is passing?, In the rearview mirror, Infinitely adjustable presses, when should…

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AutoForm Technical Seminars 2016 were held in the major automotive hubs of China in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Changchun and Beijing in November. The aim was to link expertise from AutoForm with expertise from the Chinese market. An impressive number of 229…

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What is passing?

After the recent posts on failure prediction based on FLCs, several inquiries arrived through the blog and social media, regarding interpretation of other outputs for predicting failure modes. Commenters wanted to know the values, for various result variables, that might define…

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In Finite Element Analysis, it is common to treat the metal restraint due to draw beads as numerical factors applied along a curve or set of curves. The use of these factors makes defining boundary conditions simple and computationally effective….

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