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July 5, 2009

ESI Group unveils new digital simulation software

Integrates simulation algorithms within CATIA V5

By CBR Staff Writer

Digital simulation software supplier ESI Group has unveiled its new Pam-Diemaker for CATIA V5, an integrated workbench to provide solution for stamping tool design.

Pam-Diemaker for CATIA V5 version 2009 reportedly generates a simulation model and a surface model, thus supporting the die design process from early feasibility to machining.

According to the company, the application integrates simulation algorithms within CATIA V5, allowing a surface design, in particular the binder surface and the die addendum starting from the part, based on parametric generative modelling.

Mark Vrolijk, diemaker product manager at ESI Group, said: “The solution combines the benefits from rapid surfacing techniques with the accuracy, precision of surface quality and efficiency of CATIA‘s data management.

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“As a consequence, version 2009 ensures a consistent, safe and traceable geometric dataflow from the part’s CAD model to the Pam-Stamp 2G physics-based simulation environment. This software is distributed and supported by ESI and Dassault Systèmes PLM Market Place network.

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