ESI Group released today, at the EuroPAM conference, PAM-STAMP 2G version 2004, a cost-efficient sheet-metal stamping simulation software, which offers web-based reporting tools and advanced parametric re-engineering capabilities. PAM-STAMP 2G includes PAM-DIEMAKER for fast design and optimization of binder surface and die-addendum, PAM-QUIKSTAMP for rapid stamping evaluation, and PAM-AUTOSTAMP for forming process validation as well as quality and tolerance control. Offering unmatched business value, the 2004 version has been intensively tested by ESI Groups customers in the Americas, Asia and Europe.
PAM-STAMP 2G 2004 introduces several new features aimed at increasing user productivity: advanced parametric re-engineering capabilities enable users to capitalize on previous experiences and to retrofit existing models; and web-based reporting tools allow information sharing in a true collaborative engineering environment. Other significant enhancements include blank size optimization, robust design assessment, fast, accurate springback simulation and an improved Distributed-Parallel-Processing solver with full interoperability for multi-stage forming.
"With our new business model based on flexible tokens, our customers will have immediate access to all modules of PAM-STAMP 2G, in particular the Stamp Professional pack. This new version brings unmatched added value, enabling a significant step forward to answer the industrys need for full die line simulation," said Dr Fouad El Khaldi, Product Operations Manager, ESI Group.
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