AutoForm News 2017

November 16, 2017

AutoForm Presents AutoForm-ProgSim at FABTECH 2017

AutoForm Engineering GmbH presented its newly developed software AutoForm-ProgSim at FABTECH 2017. Held this year in Chicago from November 6-9, FABTECH is North America’s largest event for metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing. This new software for the simulation of progressive dies was met with great interest by FABTECH 2017 participants working in the field of progressive dies. More

September 21, 2017

EasyBlank Cloud Service – Rapid Blank Shape Determination and Material Cost Estimation

AutoForm Engineering GmbH now offers its EasyBlank software in the Cloud. This new EasyBlank Cloud Service is free of charge, is a pure web-based application and therefore can be accessed directly from the browser without having to install any piece of software. The results are provided within the browser and are available to the user in IGS CAD format accompanied by a detailed report in Excel format. More

June 22, 2017

AutoForm Opens a New Office in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

AutoForm Engineering GmbH, the leading supplier of software solutions for the sheet metal forming industry, opens a new branch office in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. This office will bring AutoForm closer to its customers in the region, allowing for more personalized service which covers the full range of AutoForm products and services. More

June 8, 2017

AutoFormplus R7 – Reports in Excel Format

AutoForm Engineering GmbH has integrated the generation of reports in Excel format within its latest software version AutoFormplus R7. As a result, users can import and process Excel files as report templates directly in AutoForm-ReportManager as well as export reports generated in AutoForm-ReportManager to Excel. This important enhancement in AutoFormplus R7 facilitates the generation of professional reports. More

May 23, 2017

Systematic Process Improvement Instead of Trial and Error in Sheet Metal Forming

The sheet metal forming process is becoming more and more complex due to the ever increasing number of different car models, the geometric complexity of stamped parts as well as the widespread applications of high-strength steels and aluminum. In light of increased global competition, car manufacturers aim to deliver high quality stamped parts using state-of-the-art technologies which allow for a lower lead time. More

May 4, 2017

AutoForm Appoints a COO

AutoForm Engineering GmbH, the leading supplier of software solutions for the sheet metal forming industry, has appointed Dr. Detlef Schneider as COO. In this new position at AutoForm, Dr. Schneider will be responsible for operations and help to lead the company towards successful and continuous business growth. More

March 8, 2017

Enhanced Line Bead Model in AutoFormplus R7

Drawbeads are used to control material flow during the drawing operation in order to achieve the optimal forming process of a part without cracks and wrinkles. The position, length and strength of drawbeads are modified during the process design resulting in the production of an optimal stamped part with a minimum use of material. More

March 6, 2017

Cooling Channels in Hot Forming

Hot forming has become increasingly important for the automotive industry in meeting specific requirements for lower overall weight and higher crash safety. The benefits that come with hot stamped parts, such as high strength, lower weight, complex shapes and reduced springback effects, have led to a significant increase in their production around the world. More

January 19, 2017

AutoFormplus R7 – The Next Level of Process Simulation

AutoForm Engineering GmbH, the leading supplier of software solutions for the sheet metal forming industry, has unveiled its latest software version AutoFormplus R7. This release brings tangible benefits and enables users to reach the next level of process simulation. More

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