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Material Matters: as-shipped vs. as-engineered material

In tryout and production the engineering “boundary conditions” used during simulation are often different than production reality. Physical presses and tools flex, press slides...

Tryout and Simulation results don’t match? Now what?

As a provider of software for metal forming simulation, on occasion customers will contact our support with concerns about simulation results that differ from...

Optimal Stamping Process Plans

To face the metal forming challenges of the future we need to employ methods to engineer processes wherein we evaluate decisions across a broader...

AutoForm upcoming events, early 2015

AutoForm Engineering is a global company with presence in most Automotive and Sheet Metal Manufacturing centers of expertise around the world. Our associates participate...

Success Story: Fontana Pietro

In the January issue of MetalForming Magazine, Italian tool designer and developer Fontana Pietro shares how they have successfully standardized their process for building...

Which way to optimum?

Whenever planning sheet metal stamping products and processes, the goal is always to design the “optimum” process. However, the search for the optimum is...

We think in Sheet Metal

For the launch of our AutoFormplus R4 version in 2012 we adopted the motto of “Wir denken in Blech” or “We think in Sheet...
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