Unveiling Precision: How FEA Shapes New and Existing Parts to Perfection

When modifying or designing a new part, Davies uses a computer model of a material or design that is stressed and analyzed for specific results. FEA uses a complex system of points, called nodes, that create a mesh and are programmed to contain the material and structural properties to define how the part will react under certain loading conditions. Davies’ engineers use this process to determine whether or not a proposed design will perform prior to molding the part.

Under this framework, each node is programmed with specific material and structural properties. This information provides the virtual environment the essential data required to simulate the behavior of the proposed part when subjected to varying loads and stresses. Prior to engaging in the physical molding process, FEA empowers our engineers to ascertain whether the envisioned part will align seamlessly with the customer's precise specifications therefore minimizing any undue expense or production delays.

We utilize the Finite Element Analysis modeling as a significant step to ensure we not only meet but exceed our customers expectations.

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