Break Silos with Virtual Manufacturing

Visual defects occur when sheet metal deflects minutely from the intended curvature of the part. These deviations can be quite obvious when reflecting the environment in the car’s glossy surface. And even the smallest deflections can result in significant distortion and have the power to greatly impede the level of quality in a car exterior— hindering the consumer appeal.

With manufacturing simulation, engineers can evaluate the various design and process countermeasures efficiently predicting the surface. Going a step further, the automotive industry sees the need to look at alternative construction to find gains in safety and energy efficiency.

Moving forward, the body-in-white manufacturing process will need to ensure optimal quality control before the start of production; to avoid delayed product launches and reduce costs.

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