Close die forging simulation and optimization/Virtual forging course/QForm online school in Hungary

We introduce and invite you to attend Close die forging simulation and optimization school in Hungarian language. The course is intended for employees of companies involved in the development of close die forging processes.

The course starts courtesy of Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

Regardless of the experience of using QForm, it will be easy for you to learn how to simulate various forging technology processes. After completing the training, you will understand how to set up data for simulation, how QForm predicts forging defects and how to analyze and optimize technological parameters.

  • Setting up of 2D, 2D+3D, 3D simulations
  • Resulting fields, graphs, statistic, defects
  • Standard subroutines, lines and points tracing
  • Pictures, animations, workpiece export
  • A bit of theory

We will supply you with a QForm Cloud individual license for 21 days, and with our guidance you will set up the initial data for a simulation, run your own simulation and analyze the results obtained. For participants, a computer with x64 Windows and stable internet connection is essential, but high computer performance and RAM size is not so important.

NEW Schedule:
23 November 2020, Monday (GMT+1) 14:00
30 November 2020, Monday (GMT+1) 14:00
07 December 2020, Monday (GMT+1) 14:00
Approximate duration: 3 hours each lesson
Language of course: HUNGARIAN
Participation fee: FREE
Platform: Online MS Teams

Сourse registration


Mr. Renkó József
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Material Sciences and Engineering.

Certified QForm Instructor and engineer which has vast experience in the simulation of all kinds of forging processes and students training in the field of forming processes design and simulation during Virtual forging school for students and especially for preparations to the International Students Olympiad in Hot Bulk Forging and Extrusion Technologies.

We are glad to invite you to participate in the individual courses too which are focused on the simulation of your own metal forming processes.