High-Strength Steel Stamping

By replacing traditional steels with high-strength steels, car manufacturers can use thinner-gauge sheets in order to lighten vehicles while at the same time improve crashworthiness. Using a lower amount of steel per vehicle benefits the environment as it reduces both material consumption during production and fuel consumption while driving.

AutoForm software with its extensive material database including a wide variety of steels, enables you to realistically simulate the forming processes of high-strength and ultra-high-strength steels. Although these steels are not significantly lighter than traditional ones, their strength allows you to manufacture very thin gauges, and thereby reduce the weight of the manufactured parts. Typical applications include the production of parts which are most critical in terms of crashworthiness. AutoForm software allows you to master high-strength and ultra-high-strength parts which meet the most stringent requirements.

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