Scientific Forming Technologies Corp

Columbus,  OH 
United States
http://www.deform.com
  • Booth: 1233

Scientific Forming Technologies Corp. (SFTC) was founded nearly three decades ago with a mission to provide “state of the art” design and analysis technology to the metal forming industry.  The company develops and distributes DEFORM™, the most widely used bulk metal forming process simulation system in the world.  SFTC provides world-class technical support for DEFORM and also collaborates on numerous research projects.  It is a leader in the development of next-generation process simulation technologies serving the aerospace, automotive, defense, energy, industrial and medical markets.

DEFORM is the “state of the art” process simulation software for the finite-element analysis (FEA) of bulk metal forming, heat treatment, machining and mechanical joining applications.  DEFORM provides a “virtual” trial run environment that allows these manufacturing processes to be evaluated on a computer.  This reduces the need for costly and time-consuming shop floor trials.  Hundreds of companies, ranging from large, multinational corporations to small, family-owned businesses, rely on DEFORM throughout their design and development activities.


 Products

  • DEFORM™ Process Simulation Software
    DEFORM™ is the “state of the art” process simulation software for the finite-element analysis (FEA) of bulk metal forming, heat treatment, machining and mechanical joining applications....

  • DEFORM™, developed by Scientific Forming Technologies Corp. (SFTC), is the “state of the art” process simulation software for cold forming, warm and hot forging, rolling, extrusion, stamping, machining, mechanical joining and heat treatment.  Designers, engineers and analysts use the software to predict shape, defects, stress, temperature, forming load, tool life, microstructure, distortion and much more.  This information is critical to new product development or process troubleshooting.

    DEFORM incorporates a powerful Multiple Operation (MO) interface for the automated simulation of entire manufacturing sequences.  Existing projects can be reused as templates for new simulations, greatly reducing turnaround time for design iterations.  A DOE/Optimization Module is available for the study of process and design variations using a range of powerful statistical tools.  DOE methods gauge the impact of design parameters or process variations on system response.  Optimization methods iteratively refine designs to find the optimum design or process.  Advanced material modeling enhancements are being introduced into new and existing modules.


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