All calculated forging procedures are stored in a database from which you can retrieve them whenever you needed.
Additionally, the software includes a database of approximately 150 steel grades, enabling flow stress calculation in accordance with the law of Hensel and Spittel.
This information is necessary for the calculation of the required press force and press speed (strokes per minute).
You can calculate any kind of workpiece just by entering the dimensions segment by segment. There are no limits to the shape; we offer all
possible profiles including round, octagonal, square, flat and hollow pieces. You can even combine different profiles in a single forged piece.
Once you enter the final part dimensions into the software, the system calculates the necessary forge weight by taking into account that there will
be scale due to the heats. You can either enter an ingot manually or pick an ingot from the ingot table that is stored in thedatabase.
The most efficient way is to let the system propose the optimal ingot from the ingot table. In doing so, the system considers the body weight,
the area and the reduction of the ingot.
After selecting the ingot, enter the necessary tools for the forging process. Depending on the workpiece and the forging procedure, you can chose
from a pair of flat dies, swage dies, v-dies and mandrels. There are some validity checks implemented in the pass schedule calculation.
Selecting a tool will limit the maximum manipulator step, for example.