PAM-STAMP, faster and more interactive.

O PAM-STAMP is a finite element simulation software aimed at the stamping process. It is a tool known worldwide for its versatility and high-quality results.

Pam-Stamp has remarkably evolved its interface, allowing simulation setup in an increasingly interactive and fast way. It has options for all types of operations existing in the industry in conventional or hot stamping. Among these, the most common are development of blank and cut lines, folds, drawing without clamping, drawing of simple effect, drawing of double effect, flanging at any angle with or without crushing, calibration and others. This evolution can also be seen in its solver, which had a speed gain of up to 300% compared to the older versions (source esi:, presenting even more accurate results and especially useful analyzes. to understand the issues of the process.

Despite offering a more targeted interface, PAM-STAMP still allows you to set up “manually”, entering the parameters individually according to the user’s needs. This freedom of action, combined with a robust solver and several material models, allows to simulate, in addition to the stamping process, practically all types of processes involving mechanical forming. Among them, tube forming, hydroforming, massive forming, stretching forming (aerospace industry), assembly of two or more stamped components, graphing (hemming), springback calculation of sets, etc. Another benefit resulting from this combination is the ease for the development of diverse research and tests, leveraging the development of the companies and institutions that use it.

PAM-STAMP presents an excellent investment ratio, calculation speed and available features. Therefore, it is a complete software that efficiently and quickly meets the daily demands of the industry and the specific demands of research.

Vídeo 1: Setting up your own simulation with Pam-Stam

Vídeo 2: Analyzing the Results of Your Simulation on the Pam-Stamp

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Setting up your own simulation with Pam-Stam


Analyzing the Results of Your Simulation on the Pam-Stamp