Product: FTI FormingSuite
Version: 2017.0.0 Build 13109 (build date: 04 January 2017)
Supported Architectures: 64bit
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System Requirements: PC
Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP SP3 or later – Windows 7 is highly recommended
Size: 239.1 mb
FTI, the industry’s leading developer of solutions for design, simulation, planning and costing of sheet metal components, has released update for the worldwide release of FormingSuite 2017.
Aimed at all sheet metal forming and costing engineers, designers, and estimators in the Automotive, Aerospace, Consumer Product and Electrical/Electronic industries, the main objective of FormingSuite 2017 is to introduce new leading edge technologies to stamping simulation and to provide continuous improvement to all users in a unified collaborative environment.
This release which features two new solutions, ProcessPlanner (part and die costing) and FastIncremental (die prove-out). ProcessPlanner provides users with a quick and accurate method for blank development, coil nesting, trims and piercings, and recognizes part features to determine the correct operations within the tooling. This allows the software to accurately quote and provide full reports to customers, with tonnage, operations in each station and the press available to manufacture each project. This solution accurately targets customer needs by meeting target costs on all RFQs, and all within a 5-min. quoting process.
The FastIncremental analysis solution—fully associative and regenerative to reduce downstream design changes—provides a detailed virtual die tryout for users with limited knowledge in the field. Users will experience significant savings in blank-development time.
About Forming Technologies
Forming Technologies Incorporated is the world’s leading developer of computer aided engineering software for design and simulation of sheet metal components. Since 1989, FTI has provided OEMs and suppliers in the automotive, aerospace and appliance industries with innovative software and training solutions designed to reduce development time and material costs. FTI has trained over 12,000 engineers in Formability and Die Design and is considered the Best in Class around the world for their industry training programs.
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