Save material and costs and avoid errors with FEM simulations

Special software for FEM simulations to aid design was purchased last year. Since then, an employee especially designated for the task has been taking care of the training and optimum use of the program.

In order to continuously optimise our products, in addition to traditional strength calculations virtual simulations and software-aided FEM (Finite Elements Method) calculations are now also used.

The modelled representation of the conditions of use and forces, which act on our components in reality, enable possible weakpoints and problems to be dealt with and excluded during the development phase, as well as minimising possible subsequent damage or accidents. Special designs and extremely material-reduced products can be depicted and safely and reliably estimated in terms of loads and operating strength.

By using the new software, we are able to create virtual prototypes to optimise our products with regard to loading and use of materials, which shortens the development time and creates more flexibility. The realistic and practically orientated analyses are therefore not only efficient, but are also contemporary and economic.


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