Modeling and Virtual Simulation of Hard Surface Milling and Forming Process using Advanced CAE Systems

Dubovska, Rozmarina; Majerik, Jozef
June 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Vol. 941-944, p2321
Academic Journal
This paper presents the influence of modeling and simulation techniques for hard milling and forming. The aim of these simulations is the ability to optimize the manufacturing technologies even before the real production of its own tools, because their manufacturing process is very difficult in terms of production time, materials and other costs. The simulated results visualize roughing and finishing process of milling and generate tool-paths in CATIA V5. Simulation results of forming realized in PAM-Stamp 2G using a 3D model of the punch and the blank confirm the suitability of the proposed design of the forming tool. Finally, hard milling and forming simulations in CAE systems CATIA V5 and PAM-Stamp 2G were performed in order to determine and evaluation of suitability of the proposed shapes of the forming tool


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