- Written by Oskar
In motorsports, tenths of a second, grams, and hundredths of a millimeter have real effect on performance. All extra weight must be eliminated, and part tolerances has to be as tight as possible in order to get the maximum performance out of your race vehicle.
We simulate suspension systems, engines, drive trains, aero parts, engine duct flow, valve train systems, etc.
Simulating operating conditions and parameters yields useful information, e.g. about the caster and camber change as a function of suspension travel, valve train resonance frequencies at high engine speeds, and the loads of various mechanisms and their expected service life. Simulating the movement of parts relative to one another reveals possible limitations and helps in optimizing ranges of motion and accelerations, among other things.
Rally and race cars can also be run in complete vehicle dynamics simulations, which shed light on how the whole vehicle package works, and how the components perform. This is really the only way of accurately estimating where money is best spent for performance improvements.
The corner stone of Elmer Racing, the Elmgren family, has been active in motorsport since 1993. We have the experience and the equipment/software to do aero optimization, component design and optimization, 5 axis prototype-part milling, as well as vehicle performance and track simulation.
We're used to pushing component design to it's limits, minimizing weight and maximizing performance!
Check out our online RaceShop, for some ideas of the kind of custom products we can make!
- Written by Oskar
Do you like money? We're offering it in exchange for work, and continuous learning and improving your multi-axis CAM and CNC skills.
We have three spots open in our CNC team! 1-2 specialist CAM/CNC operators, and 1-2 machine operators.
We specialize in difficult to manufacture parts, prototypes and quick turn around times. Currently this involves utilizing our CAM package to beat our 5-axis (actually 6-axis) tilt-table milling machine, and our 8-axis mill-turn machine into submission. We'll of course help you out in the learning process!
The parts we CNC machine are some of the most difficult, and the machines and software we use are complex. If you're one of the best and can handle big challenges, or really want to become one, we want you!
You will benefit from:
Good 3D spacial skills.
Basic physics understanding. Natural frequencies, vibrations and basic solid mechanics.
Previous CAM machining experience is a big plus.
Being able to handle tiny machine screws without loosing them is also a plus.
Fluency in English is required. Swedish and/or Finnish is a bonus.
Capability of meeting tight deadlines on a surprisingly frequent basis.
Capability of working independently, with high level of self-management. But also consulting colleagues when needed, or if you find something important (funny that is) on the internet.
Contact Oskar for further information:
Viber, WhatsApp, WeChat, gsm: +358-40-581-3934