Pay as You Go
Process Engineering

SimulateComplete® is the smart way to fast track your sheet metal part project. Priced from US$995, StampingSimulation's engineers develop a successful forming process starting with your product design geometry.

Service Benefits

  • Pay as You Go Service
  • At least 35% less tryouts
    [Aberdeen Group, October 2006]
  • Optional Service Add-ons
  • Say goodbye to costly trial
    and error techniques
  • Starting from $995 per part

Standard Service Outputs

  • Complete process design or strip layout proven in Simulation
  • Animation of tooling and blank forming
  • Material Forming Limit Information
  • Material Thinning Information

Optional Service Add-ons

  • Optimzied tooling surfaces (decrease tool design time)
  • Developed blank shape, accurate to 1.5mm* (decrease blank development time)
  • Spring back analysis and compensated die face data (compensate for springback)
  • Forming forces (determine correct press size and optimal blank holder pressure)
  • Thinning and forming limit information (eliminate formability issues, including wrinkles)
  • Complete progression strip design

The final part design (product design geometry) is turned into tooling surfaces and used in simulation to engineer a successful forming process, proven in the virtual world.

*Blank shape development calculated to within 1/2 metal stock thickness.

Step 1 - Provide a 3D model of the product design

The client has product design geometry (the part). The product design data is transferred to StampingSimulation engineers by choosing to Start a Job Now.

Step 2 - Forming process engineered

A forming process is engineered to the client's specifications. Input and guidance may be provided by the client, or StampingSimulation can develop the entire process independently.

Step 3 - Proven with simulation

The engineered process is tested with simulation and re-engineered with simulation until a feasible forming process is developed.

Step 4 - Results delivered

Once a successful forming process is engineered, the requested data outputs are generated and sent to the client. For example, the client may choose to give the tooling surfaces to their tool designer (saving a significant amount of time in the design of the tool), and may wish to cut their first blank from the developed blank shape data.

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