Traditional ways of work simply aren't sustainable and effective because the still-ongoing technological revolution is reshaping all products and services that have been made before, creating new products/services, concepts and work titles.
Ring-rolling simulations have matured into a necessary tool for the efficient production of defect-free rings. Most defects encountered in production can now reliably be detected in a simulation, and solutions for the defects can be quickly implemented and verified. The optimized ring-rolling technology-chain simulation virtually ensures a defect-free product, and the information from the successful simulation can be used to set the operating parameters of your rolling mill.
Digital design modeling can be reliably used as a design aid in the thermomechanical processing of forged parts. In this analysis, models were used to simulate metal flow and thermal behavior while considering the possibility of cracking hazards and the prediction of structural behavior in the heat-treated steel. The simulation reduced scrap by 50%, eliminated potential defects and allowed the forging to be produced on a smaller press.
Simulation in the forging business has numerous advantages. Increasingly, manufacturing companies are acquiring state-of-the-art software products so that they are able to understand, discuss and digitally represent a customer's design and engineering needs.
For incremental forming process simulations, the Dual-Mesh technique implemented in Transvalor’s FORGE® simulation software offers the result quality obtained with a very fine mesh at the computing calculation cost of a coarser one.