We are pleased that the SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineers) Stamping and Dies Technical Group and Metal Forming Simulation Technical Group will host a webinar on May 11th where AutoForm-ProcessEngineering along with Triboform will be discussed.
Knowing which friction value is the best representation of the lubrication performance in a stamping simulation has always presented challenges for engineers and analysts. Lubes perform differently under high and low pressures, fast or slow ram speeds, when applied to differently coated sheets, and treated tool substrates. While AutoForm allows users to enter friction coefficients to which we can apply pressure and velocity dependent profiles, there has been little information available to industry as to what those profiles should be.
Assuming that friction is constant throughout the forming process can lead to under-prediction of forming severity. Source: Triboform.com
Triboform B.V. will join the SME meeting in May to share with us there ground breaking case studies where they were able to demonstrate improved predictability during simulation of potential production conditions for stamped sheet metal parts.
Stamping and Dies Tech Group and Metal Forming Simulation Tech Group meeting
- Wednesday May, 11, 2016
- 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight Savings Time (US)
Meeting number: 649 116 325
Meeting password: Stamping
- 1-877-668-4493 Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada)
- 1-650-479-3208 Call-in toll number (US/Canada)
- Global Call-in numbers
- Access code: 649 116 325
The meeting is free to SME members and guests.
We’ll have our simulation team attending this webinar, it looks quite interesting!