Forming Tutorial - AFDEX 2012 Tutorial ME 363 Example 1 3D...

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Unformatted text preview: AFDEX 2012 Tutorial ME 363 Example 1 3D forging a cylindrical billet Step 1. Execute AFDEX3D/Pre and click .New. icon. Step 2. Enter Title and select COLD for .Forming Type., 3D for .Simulation Type., and 1 for .System of Units. Step 3. Push OK button. Then the project window opens as shown in the next page. 1. The project window is ready for entering workpiece and die geometries, forming conditions and the like. tep 1. Right click mouse on Workspace Window. tep 2. Click Model and then Auto Shape to open the window for manual entering workpiece eometry. tep 3. Select in Type of Shape and enter 25.0 for Radius, 30.0 for Height and 45.0 for Angle. tep 4. Push OK button. tep 1. Right click mouse on Workspace Window. tep 2. Click Model and then Auto Shape to open the window for manual entering workpiece eometry. tep 3. Select in Type of Shape and enter 50.0 for Radius, 30.0 for Height and 45.0 for Angle....
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