How to do Super Plastic Forming (SPF) simulation

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PAM-STAMP Sheet Metal Forming
  • Superplastic forming (SPF) is a process which enables geometrically complex shapes to be created from Titanium, Aluminum and Magnesium alloys. Forming is at a specified relatively high temperature and at a specified low maximal strain rate. With these conditions we are able to reach elongations of thousands of percent.
  • It is mainly used in production with a low number of products because the forming time for one part can take several hours.

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