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SIEMENS NX 10.0 DataBase

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Progressive Die Design is a highly involved process and this is compounded when it comes to integrating design change. Al Dean investigates the dedicated suite of tools in NX from Siemens PLM Software which helps overcome the inherent complexity

Unfolding and unforming

As with all Progressive Die Design tools, the starting point is the parts that need to be manufactured.

These will typically be complex parts of a uniform thickness with a myriad of folded, bent, punched and stamped features. Even at this root level, it’s clear that Siemens has an advantage over many mainstream tools in its pure geometry wrangling tools.

Progressive Die design works in a reversed process, starting with the final shape, then working backwards, unfolding the form until a flat blank is reached. Siemens has integrated a host of tools to do this, either using an automated process or, for the more difficult components, allowing the user to manually flatten out each complex bend or stamped form.

 

 

Straight break parts are arguably the easiest to move quickly through the unforming process, as their bends are typically linear and relatively simple in nature. Thanks to Synchronous Technology the system can work through both native and imported data and will quickly identify all of the bends in the part.

The user then creates instance after instance and works out the order in which the bends will be created in the strip. Each is an interlinked instance of the previous stage, so changes and modifications can very quickly be propagated through.

More complex parts require manual intervention, but again, the power of NX’s geometry wrangling tools and its simulation capabilities, all come into play here.

When working up the flattened or intermediary stages of a complex stamped form, the user not only needs to be able to analyse the resultant shape (from which the form is created), but also ensure that there isn’t excessive strain placed on the sheet material or, even worse, tearing.

The system has a lot of specialist tools built into to assist with formability analysis. These use FEA like techniques to create an accurate and viable blank in terms of manufacturability.

Essentially, the system creates a mesh of the mid-surface of the part in question (though the outer or inner surface can also be used). This is then adapted to a surface that represents the ideal surface form that the part is flattened onto. The mesh allows the distortion of the material to be tracked and used as the basis for simulation.

Following this the system runs through a simulation to get from one to the other. All of the analysis can be documented using HTMLbased reports to record how decisions were made and to put them into context.

For many parts the approach used (either straight break or freeform) won’t be as clear cut and here the system allows users to mix and match the techniques where needed. It may be the case that a part requires one complex forming operation to be carried out, and the straight break, feature-driven tools can be used for the rest.

Once the part stages are complete the next step is to move into creating a strip layout which better represents the form of the sheet material as it moves through the die.

This is easy and requires very little in the way of interactive input unless you need to introduce special features such as notches for strip location, overlaps and overcuts for trimming purposes.

One of the most critical features in these times of harsh economic pressure is the ability to maximise material usage (or to put it another way, to minimise material wastage). The system can display a perrsistent material usage meter using colour to show unused stock.

This allows the user to play with the distances and swap around intermediate stages to help maximise the amount of parts that can be made from the die, without sacrificing quality or manufacturability.

Die base design

The next stage is to create the die base. As with almost all modern mould or die related applications, NX’s Progressive Die Design tools are catalogue-based.

This allows users to very quickly select standard component stacks from preferred vendors. For those looking to custom-build a tool then all of NX’s modelling functionality is at hand, but it’s probably more effective to adapt existing models, so they retain their intelligence.

Alongside the plate stacks, there is a full library of components, including their inherent mounting features such as drilling cycles, and taps. Once in place, it’s a case of moving on to creating the features that actually form the components that are being worked on.

At this point it’s important that the user is working with an intelligent model. While experienced users may have a good idea of where component clashes may occur, it’s not until the hard geometry for the various piercing, punching, bending and forming inserts are defined, that they will get a concrete idea of where things are heading.

NX includes template-driven operations for creating these types of features. These include the extraction of the faces that represent the cut or forming surface, the extension of those faces and the creation of the shank, any additional components (such as the heel, ramps, flanges etc) or the associated cut-outs or reliefs for the insert once this is complete.

It’ll even add in a little clearance to ensure it’s possible to remove the inserts where needed, and combine seemingly separate inserts onto a single plate and much more.

 

 

Where possible and applicable, these can be reused across several operations. For example, if there are common holes or other features to be punched, they can be copied and reused - all the while, linking back to the original data.

This is perhaps the biggest benefit of using a system like NX Progressive Die Design. Whether starting with native data or imported ‘dumb’ geometry, everything you do is associative. It becomes much easier to accommodate design change and make adjustments. Then in subsequent projects, data can be reused.

Into production

Because the software is based on the NX platform, the tools are able to pull in additional capabilities that exist within the system. One excellent example is the ability to simulate the movement of the die.

This helps ensure that the various components don’t clash or interfere once assembled and that the die works as required. Of course, once the die design is complete, all the kinks are worked out and things are ready, the next stage is to start the preparation for production.

 

 

In the first instance this can be the creation of the toolpaths for machining the die plates, the punches and inserts. NX has an enviable reputation as a CAM system and has many strengths - not only in terms of production machining of plates by milling/drilling cycles or wire EDM, but also in terms of machining the inserts.

These can often be complex requiring-5 axis machining for successful and efficient creation. Alongside the machining considerations, it’s also worth noting the wealth of tools available to assist with documenting the die - not only in terms of manufacturing, but also in terms of assembly, installation and maintenance.

Intelligence & design change

We’re all used to design change being part of our workflow - it’s a fact of life and is as much a part of the engineer’s working day as anything else.

When it comes down to progressive die design, however, design change can be a nightmare - unless the system has been designed to handle it efficiently. This has been built into NX so it can be done from the very start of a project - and by that I mean, from the Request For Quotation (RFQ) stage.

Most typical die design projects are quoted on a rough estimate of how complex the tooling is, but particularly for those working in a supply chain this is commonly offset against the margins made on unit price for the resultant parts. That can give a real headache.

If you underquote on the tooling, perhaps as a result of miscalculating how many stages and how quickly the parts can be produced, then the chances are that you’ll have got the unit costs wrong as well. While a component might appear ‘easy’ to manufacture, anyone with experience in the field will tell you that simple mistakes can be the most costly - and with today’s economic pressures, that can be a costly mistake too many.

By allowing users to take a component from part geometry, through unfolding and strip layout in a very short space of time and then even into die base layout, the system gives a real opportunity to valuate the process of producing the mould and components in the same timeframe that many users might take just to do the unfolding.

Then with a much clearer idea of the complexity of the task at hand, that information can be fed into the quotation process to help ensure competitiveness is based on fact, rather than guess work and estimation.

Moving on from RFQ and into production preparation, the tools in NX allow the die layout to be adjusted very efficiently.

Because everything links back to both the original part and the subsequent strip layout, the system allows users to drag and drop stages, adapt folds, bends and punches to not only ensure the required form is created, but also so it makes the most efficient use of material and that the die can work throughout the required period.

Conclusion

NX Progressive Die Design, when considered as a set of add-ons for NX, is an excellent example of what can happen when a strong and capable platform is combined with a huge range of expert-led specialised tools.

Progressive Die Design is a very complex process, both in terms of the complexity of the product (the die), and the business of manufacturing those components.

With economic pressures never being higher, the ability to not only turnaround quotes, but also the final product, in short timeframes is absolutely essential. The chances are that if you’re looking for a tool like this, then you’re working in a sub-contract environment and that can only make things more critical.

Excessive material scrap has to be minimised, the ability to iterate a die design to accommodate new design changes is key and you need to know that you’re working on a profitable project and meeting customer demands. Of course, the same is true for those working in-house manufacturing projects.

In summary Siemens PLM has managed to build an environment that brings specialist knowledge and automation to the fore, supporting the industry it’s meant to serve and providing a functionally rich set of tools to take a part from geometry, through unfolding and strip layout, into die design and machining, in as short of a space of time as is possible.

 

 

Die Engineering Wizard assists in the design of sheet metal parts that are stamped by dies to produce the part shape. Die Engineering Wizard processes are typically performed after the product design is complete and before NC tasks begin.

Die Engineering Wizard ensures that the processes associated with manufacturing of the part are completed and optimally addressed, including the selection of the die lineup, assignment and sequencing of forming operations, and design of addendum and binder surfaces. The final result is production of one or more die face features representing the state of the sheet metal in each of the dies in

 

 NX Die Validation allows the die designers to check the function of die assemblies with respect to the collision free operation and is developed based on the technology available in Tecnomatix Die Validation tool. The users will be able to add press model, attach die components to the press models, and can define cams by identifying the driver and slide and simulate the motions of the entire Die assembly all within the NX environment.

        Die Structure Design
        The manufacturing of stamped sheet metal parts involves four critical steps: 1) process planning; 2) die face design; 3) design of the die structure; and 4) machining of die faces. The first two steps are comprehended in the existing Die Engineering Wizard product. Step 4 is covered by CAM. The proposed Die Structure Design module provides specialized tools for the creation of the die structure. A typical sheet metal part is stamped via a lineup consisting of blank die, draw die, trim die, flange die, and associated transfer equipment. Die Structure Design provides functions to create each of these dies. This includes standard components such as pierce equipment, pressure systems, and air cylinders. Other major components have free form faces that reflect the shape of the product to be manufactured. These components often are very difficult to model using conventional modeling tools. Die Structure Design offers special functions to create these components, which are then represented as full-fledged features.

        NX Die Engineering
        NX Die Engineering Wizard is packaged in a wizard-like environment, NX Die Engineering Wizard provides process specific tools for die face design

 

پیشرفت جادوگر مرگ می رود دست در دست با فلسفه زیمنس دانش تعبیه شده است که در محصولات اتوماسیون فرآیند است. با انجام توابع جان مترقی طراحی؟ وظایف اتوماسیون فرایند بسیار قوی تر اجازه می دهد اقتصادهای بزرگتر از مقیاس برای تعداد زیادی از مشتریان است. پیشرو مرگ جادوگر؟ رابط کاربر شامل صنعت بهترین شیوه برای هدایت کاربران از طریق گام های مورد نیاز برای ساخت یک جان مترقی است. دانش تعبیه شده که قبلا فقط در ذهن از طراحان ارشد جان اقامت، باز کردن درب برای فرصت های بیشتری را با دسترسی بیشتر به این دانش است. کاربران کم تجربه می توانند با استفاده از مراحل فرآیند هدایت و بصری را. طراحان با تجربه می تواند به سرعت به بالاترین سطح از مهارت دست یابد.

        هنگامی که برنامه ریزی فرایند تشکیل، که یک طراح می تواند قبل از فرایند، تعریف اشکار بخشی، لانه الگوی مسطح (طرح خالی)، طراحی قراضه، و تعیین طرح نوار. این تقریبا کل فرایند را پوشش می دهد. هنگامی که طراحی مونتاژ می میرند، طرح نوار آماده می شود، یک طراح و سپس می توانید انتخاب کنید پایگاه قالب طرح نوار از یک کتابخانه پایه قالب، طراحی گروه درج برای یک عملیات در طرح نوار، سوراخ، و تسکین می دهد. و لیست BOM.

        ماژول کاربردی برای طراحان، که می توانید تغییر دهید و یا گسترش کتابخانه ها، مربوط به مانند کتابخانه پایگاه قالب، قرار دادن کتابخانه گروه، قبل از فرایند کتابخانه، و کتابخانه بخش استاندارد باز است. بنابراین، آن است که انعطاف پذیر و قابل تنظیم است.ماژول فراهم می کند یک گروه از ابزارهای طراحی ها و روش ها به طور خودکار به کارهای سخت و طاقت فرسا درگیر در طراحی دای مترقی است. بنابراین موجب صرفه جویی در زمان زیادی را در سراسر فرایند طراحی در حالی که ارائه مدل های کامل 3D تولید. اگر طراحی محصول تغییر می کند، برخی از نتایج مربوط به طراحی را می توان تغییر associatively.

 

   Progressive Die Wizard goes hand-in-hand with Siemens philosophy of embedded knowledge seen in the Process Automation products. By performing progressive die design functions  process automation tasks are highly leveraged allowing greater economies of scale for a larger number of customers. Progressive Die Wizards user interface incorporates industry best practices to guide users through the steps required to construct a progressive die. It embeds knowledge that formerly resided only in the minds of senior die designers, opening the door for more opportunity with greater access to this knowledge. Less experienced users can take advantage of the guided and intuitive process steps. Experienced designers can quickly achieve the highest level of proficiency.

        When planning the forming process, a designer can define the pre-process, unfold the part, nest the flat pattern (blank layout), design the scraps, and determine the strip layout. This almost covers the whole process. When designing the die assembly, the strip layout should be ready, a designer can then choose a die base on the strip layout from a die base library, design the insert group for an operation in the strip layout, make the holes, and relieves, and list the BOM.

        The application module is open to designers, who can modify or extend the related libraries, such as die base library, insert group library, pre-process library, and standard part library. Thus, it is flexible and customizable. The module provides a group of design tools and procedures to automate difficult and exhausting tasks involved in progressive die design. It therefore saves much time throughout the design process while providing full 3D models to manufacturing. If the product design is altered, some of the related design results can be modified associatively.

 

In 2008, when Autodesk got its hands on Moldflow in an acquisition, it gained a huge advantage over rivals CAD developers. The ability to simulate the injection-molding process for molded plastic products brought design (CAD) and manufacturing (CAM) closer than before. The software is still available as a standalone program, rebranded as Autodesk Moldflow. But it’s also tightly integrated with Autodesk’s primary 3D mechanical design software, Autodesk Inventor, though a plug-in called Moldflow Adviser.

This week, Siemens PLM Software’s NX program gets a similar treatment with the integration of EasyFill Mold Analysis. The technology came from CoreTech System, makers of Moldex3D, a plastic simulation package.

“NX EasyFill Analysis enables designers to easily check potential manufacturing defects without leaving the NX design environment,” according to the company. “It helps users tackle significant molding issues more efficiently to optimize gate number/locations, material selection, or process conditions. Additionally, Moldex3D provides more advanced capabilities in its ‘eDesignSYNC for NX’ to support packing, cooling, fiber orientation, and warpage predictions. It allows NX users to visualize more critical molding factors and evaluate the results, such as sink marks, overpacking, or thermal displacement and part shrinkage.”

Robin Wei, Moldex3D’s product manager, split his time between Chupei City, Taiwan, where CoreTech is headquartered, and Northville, Michigan, where the Moldex3D sales & support team is. This week, he happens to be in the States, poised to address my questions when I called him up.

Though NX has a robust collection of stress analysis and simulation tools, EasyFill is the first-ever plastic mold simulation tool for the software, said Wei. “We delivered our [Moldex3D] solver and the API to Siemens developers,” explained Wei. “So NX developers were able to integrate those solvers into their own API … It’s free. It’s a trial version, but [users] can use the basic features. If they want to use the more advanced features, however, they’ll have to buy a license.”

Through other plug-ins available from the company, you may also deploy Moldex3D with Dassault Systemes’ CATIA, SolidWorks, or PTC’s Creo, all competing products of Siemens’ NX.

Moldex3D also offers an on-demand solution, where you may use the processing power of remote servers to speed up the mold simulation process. Branded “Moldex3D Cloud Services Solution,” the solution uses “the power of high-performance computing (HPC) capability for users to enable the plastic design verification and optimization on the cloud. Now, two solutions are available on market: Moldex3D Public Cloud Services is exclusively in North America and Moldex3D Private Cloud Solution is marketed worldwide,” the company explains. The on-demand application is available for test-driving for free.

 

MoldWizard offers customers and prospects a highly automated and fully associative set of applications. These applications will enable users to design molds in a significantly less time and in the most efficient manner. Our goal is to release the best mold design product on the market supported by flexible packaging and strategically aggressive pricing.

        MoldWizard offers a complete working environment of supporting functions and component data for creating associative mold designs. Every function is organized to promote the most efficient workflow through the entire design process.

        A process thread approach will be employed to identify and develop the critical functions required to complete mold design tasks efficiently. The process thread approach includes the implementation of tools that simplify, automate and guide users through the tasks involved in the design of plastic molds.

        MoldWizard is fully integrated within . Hence, it allows for full associativity between the part model and the tooling. The changes made to the part model will be automatically propagated to the core and cavity. Any changes to the insert box, or the plates, or the standard components will be automatically reflected in the moldbase.

        MoldWizard leverages WAVE and Master Model technologies and will provide users with the full power of modeling tools for the highest level of flexibility, change propagation control and concurrency. MoldWizards design applications will provide the comprehensive coverage of mold design, including the most advance parting capabilities in the industry.

        MoldWizard is easy to learn and use. Utilizing design wizards, the user is guided step by step through the mold design process. MoldWizards User Interface is based on the common tools for the familiar look and feel. A customizable toolbar gives users the ability to add the necessary functions to achieve the high level of productivity.

 

 

  • NX 10.0 Progressive Die Wizard Engineering DataBase
  • NX 10.0 Mold Wizard Engineering DataBase
  • NX 10.0 Die Wizard Engineering DataBase
  • NX 10.0 Die Design Engineering DataBase
  • NX Mold Wizard EasyFill Advanced DataBase
  • OnmiCad For NX 10 Plugins

 

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شرکت تولید کننده SIEMENS
سایت تولید کننده www.plm.automation.siemens.com
حجم برنامه به ( MB ) 1900
تعداد DVD 4.7GB 1 DVD
تعداد DVD 9.0GB -
تعداد CD 700MB -
سیستم عامل ( OS ) XP , Vista , Seven , 8 , 8.1
سخت افزار ( BIT ) 64
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