The Future of Method Engineering with Simulation

Thursday 15th September 2022

Theatre :  Technology, Innovation and R&D 

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Recent research has shown that nearly 50% of companies wait for a part or tool to fail before conducting simulation. In this presentation we will be exploring the benefits of upfront simulation before manufacture to reduce prototyping and part failure which in turn leads to faster design cycles and reduced costs.

We will also be looking at barriers that traditionally prevented higher adoption of simulation and explain through the eyes of customers how we have helped to overcome some of these challenges.

The presentation will feature insights into the impact of simulation across multiple metal manufacturing processes. This will include an in-depth case study on the deployment of metal casting simulation at Hadleigh Castings to enhance its methods development.

  • How manufacturers are using simulation technologies to quickly assess whether a concept design can be manufactured & identify issues early
  • How to reduce manufacturing tryouts by creating design guidelines
  • How to simulate the performance of competing design concepts
  • How to maximise efficiency of design and production processes
Rob ShropshireRob Shropshire Director
Origin Engineering Solutions Ltd

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