Multi-Material Joining Assembly Webinar Series

6 May 2021 - 8 July 2021

MMJA
(PresseBox) ( Neu-Isenburg, )
Lightweight has become the new must-have in body and chassis design. Multi-material assemblies are key to producing vehicle bodies with the best cost/lightweight ratio. However, it is a complex task to find the right material mix, apply the right material at the right place, optimize geometries and thicknesses, define the various manufacturing processes and select the optimal joining technologies.

All this is no longer efficiently achievable with single-point numerical simulations. Instead, automakers need to tightly couple the engineering and the manufacturing world in order to make the right choice as early as possible.

Join our upcoming webinar series to achieve confidence in the optimum design earlier and reduce vehicle lead times drastically by predicting physics and processes accurately. Each Webinar of the series will cover the problematics related to specific assemblies of the vehicle: Doors & Closures, then Body in White, and finally Chassis.

INTRODUCTORY WEBINAR
Multi-Material Body and Chassis Assemblies with Confidence
Date: May 6th - 10am CET/12pm ET 

WEBINAR 2
Assembly Distortion Control and Perceived Quality | Doors & Closures
Date: May 27th - 10am CET/12pm ET

WEBINAR 3
Assembly Distortion Control and Crash Prediction | BiW Assemblies
Date: June 17th - 10am CET/12pm ET

WEBINAR 4
Assembly Distortion Control and Fatigue Prediction | Chassis & Suspension
Date: July 8th - 10am CET/12pm ET
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