It is difficult to predict the material properties of aluminium alloys since they are sensitive to its process history as well as its composition. As such, to minimise resource investments during production, it is advantageous to use modelling instead of empirical methods to calculate the properties of the end product. Through process modelling (TPM), an established modelling technique, can be used to aid in the development of an alloy production chain. However, TPM is currently not widely implemented in industry. To this end, this project aims to expand the functionality of a model, provided by Innoval Technology, by linking the different models relevant in the process considered. In particular, crystal plasticity finite element method (CPFEM) techniques were used to predict the change in the microstructure during deformation. These results are then used in predicting the end microstructure after recrystallization and so the properties of the final material may be predicted.