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Step 7: Process development

All about process planning and development in the die casting industry, including software for simulation, planning and quality analysis, as well as the role of digitalisation and Industry 4.0.



Process planning and development are crucial in the die casting industry to efficiently produce high-quality products. This article covers various aspects of these processes, including casting process and material simulation software, process planning and quality analysis software, production control and product data management software, and the role of digitalisation and Industry 4.0, research and development.
By using advanced simulation tools, manufacturers can digitally map and optimise the entire die casting process before physical components are produced. This means that potential sources of error are identified at an early stage and can be optimised. This not only saves time but also resources and leads to faster development cycles, lower costs and increased competitiveness.
Production control requires accurate information about the current status of machines and orders. Software solutions enable real-time monitoring of production processes and management of product data. This increases efficiency and helps to react quickly to changes.
Digitalisation and Industry 4.0 concepts also play an important role in this area. The networking of machines, data and processes enables efficient communication and adaptation in real time. 
Summary: Process planning and development in die casting are crucial for the manufacture of high-quality products. The use of state-of-the-art software, the integration of Industry 4.0 concepts and continuous research and development are keys to increasing efficiency and quality. This will lead the industry into a promising future.

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