Identify the optimization potential of your component now
We drive your parts to the next level of performance and efficiency
Brake caliper designed for mass production and small series
In the development of the mass-produced casted component, 600g of aluminum can be saved. At its current average market prices, 103.292 dollars are saved per 100.000 parts produced.
For small-series applications, the same component can be optimized to be produced via tool-less 3D printing. Additive manufacturing enables further material savings and performance benefits.
1. No Sketches!
The current development process generates parts through a series of geometric extrusions, rotations and translations based on various sketches. Due to the manual nature of this process, it is inherently time-consuming, generating inefficient, non-optimal designs.
Conversely, our process removes the need for these sketching and manual construction steps!
2. Simulation replaces CAD
We replace manual CAD operations by a simulation-driven process that helps us calculate the optimal design for the user’s required application allowing us to generate high-performance components. This allows for an efficient material distribution in areas where stiffness is required to counteract the internal stresses. This results in lightweight components and can be applied across every industry regardless of material, quantity or manufacturing process.
Optimum components for your application
Construct lightweight designs that are production-ready and economical with the use of state-of-the-art simulation methods.
- Development of high-performance parts for your application
- Optimize based on mechanical or thermal properties
Component identification & profitability analysis
- Is the a high-performance re-design worthwhile for my application?
- For which components in my assembly is optimization the most beneficial?
Functional integration & component integration
Integration of other functions and components designed to increase performance and reduce assembly effort.
- For example, integration of component cooling structures and lubricant supply into the component desgn
- Reduce surrounding assemblies into fewer merged parts
- Generate CAD data using the latest 3D scanning technologies to create the starting point for our optimizations
Production costs can be drastically reduced through material saving or by changing the manufacturing process.
Lightweight construction plays a very important role especially in the case of moving components. By reducing dynamic forces, your assemblies will experience secondary benefits such as increased travel speed of your production equipment, reduced energy consumption and increased service life.
The optimization goal for your component could also be to improve its thermal properties, which can be done by implementing internal cooling structures to solve cooling or heating problems. This leads to less wear, lower thermal stresses and further material savings for your applications.
Shortest development times
Reduce your time-to-market. Since we do not require manual design steps in our process, we can develop components up to 50% faster and react flexibly to desired changes.
Head of Simulation
Head of Construction
Head of Fatigue Safety
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With simulation-supported component development, practically any part can be driven to maximum efficiency. We want to update the hardware world with our process and minimize unnecessary material waste. As a company, we will develop our own product portfolio of efficient components in-house, which can then be then be supplied to others in the future.
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