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All types of presses have been the backbone of metal manufacturing throughout the history of metal stamping, forging and deep drawing. The process of moving more metal in one stamping stroke continues to improve. Presses and interconnected automated equipment increase productivity, reduce labor costs and provide more safety for workers. In today's metal stamping environment, electronic controls can even capture history, send reports, or allow controls to be viewed and automated from a remote or mobile device. The choice of metal stamping has become the new trend in production today.
Metal stamping Design Process
Advantages of Mental stamping
Applications of Mental stamping
Metal stamping is a complex process that may include many metal forming processes - under molding, punching, bending, and piercing, to name a few. Underfeed: This process is about cutting the rough outline or shape of the product. This stage is about minimizing and avoiding burrs, which can increase the cost of your parts and extend lead times. This is the step where you determine the hole diameter, geometry/taper, edge-to-hole spacing and insert the first piercing.
Down feed - Metal stamping Design
Bending: When designing bends in your stamped metal parts, it's important to allow enough material - make sure to design your part and its blanks so that there is enough material to perform the bend. Some important factors to remember.
If the bend is too close to the hole, it may distort.
Notches and tabs and the width of the notch should be designed to be at least 1.5 times the thickness of the material. If made smaller, they may be difficult to manufacture due to the force applied to the punch, causing them to break.
The radius of each corner in the blank design should be at least half the thickness of the material.
To minimize the occurrence and severity of burrs, avoid sharp corners and complex cuts whenever possible. When these factors cannot be avoided, be sure to note the burr direction in the design so that it can be taken into account during stamping
Imprinting: This action is where the edge of the stamped metal part is struck to flatten or break the burr; this creates a smoother edge in the imprinted area of the part geometry; this also adds additional strength to localized areas of the part, which can be used to avoid secondary processes such as deburring and grinding. Some important factors to keep in mind.
Plasticity and grain orientation
Precision stamping comes in handy when dealing with the production of precision metal parts. Once the equipment and dies are set up, the process can be run in a highly automated manner. This translates into two distinct advantages.
Cost efficiency in production: Labor costs fall as production levels increase, making precision metal stamping ideal for high-volume production of complex parts
Consistent quality and precision: precision metal stamping can produce very precise parts with the high accuracy required by many industries today
Based on its unique metalworking qualities, metal stamping can be applied to a variety of materials for a wide range of applications in a variety of industries. Metal stamping may require the forming and processing of base common metals into rare alloys because of their application-specific advantages. Certain industries require the electrical conductivity or thermal conductivity of beryllium copper in areas such as the aerospace, electrical and defense industries, or the high strength applications of steel and its many alloys in the automotive industry.
Industrial metal stamping can be used in.
Major electrical appliances
Lawn care and equipment
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