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Progressive Stamping Die

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Stamping die is a kind of special process equipment that processes material (metal or non-metal) into parts (or semi-finished products) in cold stamping process. It is called cold stamping die (commonly known as cold die). Stamping is a pressure processing method that uses a mold mounted on a press to apply pressure to a material at room temperature to cause separation or plastic deformation, thereby obtaining a desired part.

There are many types of stamping dies, and die dies are also categorized according to work properties, mold construction, and mold materials.


Classification according to process properties

a. Blanking die The material is separated into molds along closed or open contours. Such as blanking die, punching die, cutting die, cutting die, trimming die, cutting die and so on.

b. Bending mold A blank or other blank that bends along a straight line (bend line) to obtain a mold of a workpiece with a certain angle and shape.

c. Drawing Dies are molds that make open blanks from sheet stock blanks, or that change the shape and size of hollow stocks further.

d. Molding The mold is a mold that directly reproduces a blank or a semi-finished product according to the shape of a convex or a concave die, while the material itself only produces a local plastic deformation. Such as bulging die, shrink die, flaring die, relief forming die, flanging die, and so on.

e. riveting die is to use external force to connect or lap together the participating parts in a certain order and manner to form an overall

Classification according to process properties

a. Blanking die The material is separated into molds along closed or open contours. Such as blanking die, punching die, cutting die, cutting die, trimming die, cutting die and so on.

b. Bending mold A blank or other blank that bends along a straight line (bend line) to obtain a mold of a workpiece with a certain angle and shape.

c. Drawing Dies are molds that make open blanks from sheet stock blanks, or that change the shape and size of hollow stocks further.

d. Molding The mold is a mold that directly reproduces a blank or a semi-finished product according to the shape of a convex or a concave die, while the material itself only produces a local plastic deformation. Such as bulging die, shrink die, flaring die, relief forming die, flanging die, and so on.

e. riveting die is to use external force to connect or lap together the participating parts in a certain order and manner to form an overall

According to the degree of process combination

a. One-step mold In the one stroke of the press, only one stamping process is completed.

b. Compound mold There is only one station. In one stroke of the press, molds with two or more stamping operations are simultaneously completed on the same station.

c. Progressive die (also known as continuous die) In the feeding direction of the blank, there are two or more stations, and two or two stations are successively completed on different stations during one stroke of the press. The above stamping process mold.

d. The transfer mold integrates the characteristics of the single-step mold and the progressive mold. It uses the robot transfer system to realize rapid transfer in the mold, which can greatly improve the product's production efficiency, reduce the production cost of the product, save the material cost, and stabilize the quality. reliable.

According to the product processing method

According to the different processing methods of products, the mold can be divided into five categories: punching die, bending die, drawing die, forming die and compression die

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