INCREASING THE ROBUSTNESS OF AN INVERSE STAMPING ALGORITHM

Abstract

Inverse stamping is a useful tool in engineering. It can be used to find the initial blank shape of stamped parts. It is also useful for quick and easy analysis of a forming process and its impact on the design of a component. Algorithms for inverse stamping are commonly available, but in some situations these algorithms can collapse or may provide confusing results. This article describes improvements to a newly designed inverse stamping algorithm which lead to an increase in its robustness.

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