6/21/2019

Engineering Services Provider Offers Cost-Effective Approach to Solving Warpage

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CAE Services Corp. offers the analysis capabilities to predict windage adjustments to the shape of the mold prior to cutting steel.

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CAE Services Corp. offers analysis capabilities to predict windage adjustments to the shape of the mold prior to cutting steel. Trial and error can often take several “tuning loops,” costing time and money (mold changes, material and additional sampling) until the issue is resolved. Today, this method is too expensive and time-consuming. Instead, CAE says it can predict warpage from the original part design. The company will feature its cost-effective approach and other services at Amerimold.

 

 

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CAE Services Corp.

Booth: 1222

 

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