*Forming processes analysis and optimization
*Calculating springback and springback compensation
*Finding critical points and avoid them
*Saving time and costs reducing optimization loops
*Knowing results before building tools
*Improving industrial workflows
*Validating forming steps in any metal forming processes
Quality improvements & productivity gains
Technology for cost reduction
Stampack aims to almost eliminate the creation of physical prototypes with a practical method and thereby reducing time and expenses required for getting products into the market.
For accurate predictions
Optimized FE Technology
Stampack opperates with element technology, being the only simulation software able to run a complete process with either Shell or Solid (thin or thick sheet) technologies.
Analysis & Optimization
Stampack allows to detect feasibility of a designed process. It provides a tool to validate and/or evaluate all the forming steps in any industrial metal forming process.
Easy to use
Stampak steers a user friendly interface drafted for tool builders and designers, engineers, progressive die and thin/thick sheet operators of the metal forming industry.
Surface defects prediction
Stampack detects critical points and shows results having a proven prediction for metal flow, wrinkles or fractures with top accuracy compared to industrial trials.
Finite element analysis (FEM) knowledge is not required
Industry Driven Program
Stampack is set for tool designers within an industrial language interface, where scientific concepts are structured through industrial processes and technical vocabulary.
Multi-stage Processes Coverage
Stampack covers several forming steps in the industrial metal forming process. Providing information and tools to automatically visualize results at any stage.
For faster calculations
Stampack incorporates multi-processor technology on its encoding to avoid delays, setbacks and pressure, and to get quicker calculations and agile results.
For tooling compensation
A spring-forward algorithm has been developed to systematically generate a complete geometry descritpion of the tooling surface with spring-back compensation.