Case Study Simulation, optical metrology reduce number of tool iterations

Editor: Barbara Schulz

The Bernecker Group, a Germany-based manufacturer of sheetmetal as well as insert moulded plastic components, has combined a CAD/CAM solution with a simulation system and optical metrology to ensure the best tools for complex parts. By Joachim Tschauner.

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Simulation and measurement reduce the number of correction loops required for the deep drawing tool.
Simulation and measurement reduce the number of correction loops required for the deep drawing tool.
(Source: GOM)

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