What is stamping?
Stamping is a forming method that relies on presses and dies to apply external force to plates, strips, pipes and profiles to cause plastic deformation or separation, so as to obtain workpieces (stamping parts) of desired shape and size. Stamping machinery and stamping dies are essential for stamping processing,
If a piece of cutter is installed on the punch of the press and a piece of cutter is fixed on the pillow of the press, the iron plate is cut when the punch is lowered. This set of tools is the Die.
Classification of stamping dies
- Classified by processing elements: punching die, blanking die, bending die, drawing die······
- Classified according to the number and order of processing elements completed by the mold:
- Single engineering mold
Advantages: Easy mold making
Low production cost and short cycle
There is no restriction on the processing direction of each project
- Compound Die: the compound diecan realize two or more processes at the same station in one stroke of the press.
Advantages: Easier to punch complex shaped workpieces
High precision of blanking parts
Disadvantages: Low production efficiency
Difficult to discharge materials and take shape
Workpiece shape is restricted
- Progressive Die
Advantages: High product precision
Small special-shaped parts can be processed
Automatic feeding and discharging of materials, high production efficiency
High safety and reliability
Disadvantage: High mold cost
Poor material utilization
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