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Driving designs that are cognizant of the downstream manufacturing processes
With recent advances in simulation technology and cloud computing, enormous opportunities are emerging to design lighter products with superior performance and manufacturability. High cost associated with advanced high strength and special materials requires up-front assessment of manufacturability and material utilization, simultaneously keeping focus on structural performance and assembly requirements.
Industry experts will present:
- Generative design that automatically create designs that meet performance criteria; topography and topology optimization methods
- Accurate and extremely fast stamping process optimization including springback compensation and trim line optimization of complex dies
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Jay Weiner, Founder of BiggerBoat Solutions, Ltd
Jay Weiner attained his extensive skill and expertise in Tool Engineering, from his 15 year tenure as an innovative Design Engineer and IT Manager at Cam Tool & Die Ltd., one of Canada's premier Tier-2 automotive stamping suppliers. He obtained his Bachelors of Science Degree from S.U.N.Y. Binghamton and his Masters of Science Degree from S.U.N.Y. Stony Brook, both in Mechanical Engineering, with his main area of study being Manufacturing and Mechanics of Materials. This provided the perfect foundation for Metal Forming Simulation, which was at the time, a technology only in its infancy. Combining his engineering education with the 15 years of practical tooling knowledge, has not only made Jay and BiggerBoat Solutions Ltd. experts in stamping simulation, but also a trusted resource to numerous Tier-1 and Tier-2 automotive suppliers.