QForm VX metal forming simulation software is implemented at commercial plants for economic benefit as well as at universities for academic and research purposes.

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QForm Extrusion is designed for aluminum and magnesium profile extrusion simulation.

- Fully coupled task

- Analysis of tools

- Temperature taper for billet

- Force and temperature distribution during full process time

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QForm RingRolling is specially designed software for ring and wheel rolling simulation and analysis.

- The program has a direct data preparation interface with the most popular ring rolling machines.

- Dual mesh method provides fast and accurate simulation.

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QForm Extrusion Die Designer (QExDD)
is a system for creating parametric 3D design of tooling sets for solid and hollow profiles extrusion from 2D drawings.

- Die development automation;

- Bearing editor;

- QForm Extrusion integration;

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QForm is a professional engineering software used for simulation, analysis and optimization of metal forming processes providing excellent reliability. It covers the essential needs in metal forming simulation for large and small forging companies as well as research and educational establishments.


15 February 2018
QForm Seminar «Metal forming and profile extrusion simulation. Effective solutions and latest developments» on 15 February 2018 in AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland.


We would like to invite universities and mechanical engineering faculties to act as organizers of the annual International Students Olympiad in Hot Bulk Forging Technologies and students to participate in the event that will take place in April 2018 around the world.
We are glad to invite all QForm users as well as everybody who is interested in metal forming and profile extrusion simulation to participate in seminar which will take place on 15 February 2018 in AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland.
About 25 specialists from Romanian industrial and educational organizations showed high interest in metal forming simulation at the event on 7 December.