The benefits of simulation technologies in Came die-casting

23 May 2024

In a competitive sector like die-casting, constant innovation is essential to maintain a competitive edge and respond to growing market needs. Investing in advanced technologies improves product quality, optimises production efficiency, reduces operating costs and improves sustainability. At Came, we believe that die-casting simulation technologies are essential to offer numerous key benefits to our customers:

Priority to die-casting quality

Simulation allows us to predict and correct defects in the casting before production, guaranteeing a higher quality final product for our customers.

Improved production efficiency

By optimising die-casting parameters through simulation, we reduce cycle times and improve the performance of the production process, and the customer can be sure of the part cost.

Cost protection

Being able to carry out virtual testing reduces the need for physical tests, thereby minimising rejects and modifications to the mould while containing production costs, resulting in direct economic savings for our customers.

Safeguarding mould service life

By analysing and optimising material flows, speeds and temperatures, the simulation helps us to reduce the wear on moulds, prolonging their service life and reducing maintenance costs, with economic benefits for our customers as well.

Came R&D

Our R&D department uses CAD systems and analysis systems with flow simulation, such as MAGMA and PROCAST, to ensure that each project is optimised to its full potential. Adopting these advanced technologies means we can maintain high standards of quality and market competitiveness to ensure significant benefits for our customers.

A propensity for continuous improvement and investment in technology are synonymous with product quality and service, which are Came’s core values.

Article by:
Davide Balestro
Die-casting Div. Engineering Department
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