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    2. REALISTIC SIMULATION FOR Consumer Packaged Goods & Retail

      REDUCE DESIGN TIME AND COSTS TO CREATE, FILL, AND SHIP NEW PACKAGING.

      Simulate the Perfect Package

      Virtual Testing enables designers to simulate how a new product design will behave at every stage of its lifecycle. This results in lowered costs, quicker time-to-market, and improved sustainability. The optimized design also drives consumers to select their products.

      SIMULIA's realistic simulation applications for Consumer Packaged Goods manufactures span the entire range of a product's lifecycle. They include:

      • Blow Modeling: Optimizes perform shape to produce desired final thickness distribution.
      • Conveying: Reduces damages by ensuring bottles won't get stuck or tip over in the assembly line.
      • Filling: Predicts how the package will behave after filling the product and measures the filled volume. 
      • Capping: Estimates the amount of torque required to open and close the cp while maintaining seal integrity.
      • Labeling: predicts whether new bottle design will cause tearing or wrinkling to the label.
      • Casing: Reduces shipping damage by predicting final package shape in shrink wrap and whether the case can sustain shape during handling. 
      • Palleting: Reduces bottle breakage by predicting bottle behavior from top-load (of bottle weight) in a pallet.

       

      Learn more about SIMULIA's simulation capabilities for packaging manufacturers. Watch the webinar

      自拍 偷拍 清纯 综合图区
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