Shorten and optimize the die design path. Die dimensioning and design optimization are based both on solid mathematical foundation and embedded experience. Possible critical features of the die can be detected in advance during die design phase, allowing important time saving at the try-out.
Optimize and increase process robustness, reduce set-up time, understand defects origin and easily find solutions to reduce scrap level, while increasing casting quality. Increase equipment production rate by reducing overall costs. Eliminate unnecessary runners or simply reduce the weight of them to have some alloy savings.
Verify part feasibility in an early design stage. Optimize part design and achieve a better filling by reducing solidification issues. Reduce part weight and alloy saving without compromising part castability.