METAL PROCESS SIMULATION

When simulation-based engineering science is applied to metal working in an effective and robust manner, product quality is improved and components are brought to market faster whilst at the same time cutting production costs and making the final product more affordable for the consumer.

EnginSoft offers high value process simulation consulting services in all of the following metallurgy techniques:

High Pressure Die Casting

Die Casting also known as high pressure die casting (HPDC) is a metal casting technique that uses high pressure to inject a steel die cavity with molten metal. This method of metal casting is especially suited for   ...

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Permanent Mold Casting

Permanent mold casting, often referred to as gravity die casting, is a high precision method of metal casting that is normally used to cast complex components such as cylinder heads requiring sand cores for  ...

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Aluminum Sand Casting

Sand Casting is one of the quickest and most cost effective casting methods adopted in the production of metal prototypes and is an excellent solution for low to medium runs of parts that do not require  ...

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Low Pressure Permanent Mold Casting

Low pressure permanent mold casting, also known as low pressure die casting, is a metal casting process that is mostly used in the production of parts made out of aluminum and magnesium alloys ...

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Steel Casting

Steel is an alloy that is made up of iron with less than 2% carbon and is most often mixed with a small amount of other alloying agents such as silicon, manganese, sulfur and phosphorus. Generally speaking steel has good  ...

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Iron Casting

Foundry castings of cast iron workpieces are produced in molds made out of sand bonded with resin and shaped by wrapping the desired pattern with the resulting mix, either manually or using automated or  ...

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Steel Hot Forging

Closed die hot forging also known as impression forging is perhaps the most commonly used forging process for mass produced steel parts. The forging process makes use of two or more die parts which...

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Steel Cold Forging

Cold forging is a metal forming process where a slug or blank is deformed at (or at near) room temperature. Cold forged parts can be produced using one or more single station vertical mechanical or hydraulic presses...

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Forging of non-ferrous alloys

A broad range of industries have come to rely on a steady supply of forged components in aluminum, copper and titanium non-ferrous alloys. More specifically the automotive and aerospace industries make  ...

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Open die forging and rolling

Open-die forging represents a large category of forging processes carried out at elevated temperatures, which can produce forgings of many sizes, shapes and materials including ferrous, non-ferrous, or  ...

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