Design processes assisted by forming simulations: goodbye to trial and error!
In order to check the feasibility of a component, Möhling uses forming simulation methods based on finite elements. In this way, processes can be designed with optimum efficiency, stage by stage.
Thanks to the use of simulation technology, any required tool modifications or changes in the originally envisaged sequence of operations can be anticipated and thus virtually implemented in advance, long before actual machine setup. This saves money and contributes substantially to reducing product implementation times.
The stage-related information obtained from the simulation is accurately “mapped” to the toolmaking process, thus leading straight to the desired result: a dimensionally perfect cold formed part.
Möhling forming tools: the fine art of streamlining complexity.
Möhling employs leading-edge 3D CAD systems across the board to design complex forming tools of any type – from the customer’s drawing to the desired final geometry. This allows us to ensure optimum tool design and maximum tool lifetime, thus helping our customers benefit from lower costs, higher productivity and ultimate profitability.