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DEFORM for Machining Simulation

DEFORM is used to simulate and optimize milling, drilling, turning, tapping and other machining processes while predicting product distortion due to material removal. Powerful meshing and re-meshing capabilities enable small features such as swarf and tool coatings to be modelled.

Control Distortion and Optimize Machining Processes

Using DEFORM's unique large deformation calculation and meshing capabilities, process and tooling engineers and researchers can accurately model a wide range of machining operations.

Typical Machining Processes

  • Turning

  • Boring

  • Grooving

  • Milling

  • Drilling

  • Reaming

Applications

DEFORM includes process wizards and templates to assist the set up of machining simulations such as turning, boring, grooving, milling and drilling.

...the support provided by Wilde Analysis has always been exceptional.

University of Sheffield (AMRC)

Manufacturing research is crucial for advancements in quality, production and in reducing the costs associated with the manufacture of parts. Finite element analysis is a powerful tool used to assist this process. DEFORM has been used as a tool to more effectively understand the machining process.

University of Sheffield (AMRC)

DEFORM has impressive capabilities and applications; the course is extremely useful!….Within three days you will have the ability to work on real applications.

Manufacturing Technology Centre

New and intermediate level users will find this extremely useful to cope with more advanced models and the current expectations in the field of FE modelling of manufacturing operations.

University of Strathclyde (AFRC)

A highly informative meeting, showcasing the new developments in software capability... It was the first UGM for me and I really enjoyed it. It is good to see how much support you can get from SFTC... This meeting provided me with a useful update on the new features in DEFORM.

University of Birmingham (PRISM2)

The course was extremely informative & an ideal introduction to the DEFORM Machining Simulation. … Great people, well planned course, informative materials, excellent refreshment, so thank you very much.

University of Northumbria

Manufacturing Process Modelling with DEFORM - Webinar Series Spring 2022

Learn how DEFORM may be able to support your business objectives through our upcoming webinar programme, beginning this April.

Review the latest simulation tools and techniques for accurately simulating metal and non-metallic forming, heat treatment, machining and mechanical joining processes.

How Can DEFORM Help Transform Your Design and Manufacturing Processes?

Our combined software, training and consulting solutions enable you to exploit simulation within your business efficiently and effectively, with expert support and mentoring from our experienced technical services team.

For more information or to arrange an informal, no-obligation discussion on your requirements, please complete the form opposite or contact us using the details below.

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