Dynamic Die Supply: Elevating Workplace Safety Explores Stamping Machine Safety

In “Stamping (Shearing) Machinery Safety Technology” from Market Prospects, the significance of safety in stamping and shearing operations amidst evolving global safety standards is underscored. The article examines risk factors inherent in stamping operations, highlighting dangers related to equipment structure, issues with device movement control, switch malfunctions, and mold-related hazards. To mitigate these risks, robust… Continue reading Dynamic Die Supply: Elevating Workplace Safety Explores Stamping Machine Safety

Dynamic Die: Enhances Metal Fabrication with Complex Stamping Techniques

As detailed in the article “Types of Metal Stamping Operations” on IQS Directory, metal fabrication plants rely on various metal stamping operations to shape and craft materials. One of the key methods in this realm is Progressive Die Stamping. In Progressive Die Stamping, a metal sheet is unrolled, fed into a press, and navigates through… Continue reading Dynamic Die: Enhances Metal Fabrication with Complex Stamping Techniques

Dynamic Die: Precision Shaving for Stamping Excellence

As elaborated in the article “Shaving Operations” featured in MetalForming Magazine, intricacies of shaving in stamping applications, particularly when precision square-cut edges and tight dimensional tolerances are paramount. While shaving operations are commonly associated with punched round holes, they can extend to free-edge features as well. In the realm of hole-shaving, it’s customary to remove… Continue reading Dynamic Die: Precision Shaving for Stamping Excellence

Dynamic Die: Exploring Stamping Basics

As stated by The Fabricator in their article “Die Basics 101: Intro to stamping,” aims to provide valuable insights to beginner toolmakers, die maintenance technicians, engineers, and press technicians about the world of stamping. This series of articles will delve into the fundamentals, defining what a stamping die is, the intricacies of cutting and forming… Continue reading Dynamic Die: Exploring Stamping Basics

Dynamic Die: Elevating Stamping Efficiency Through Design

In the world of stamping parts, from the inception of a request for quote (RFQ) to tooling design and production, there’s often a significant gap between design and manufacturability. A part that takes manufacturability into account can navigate this journey more smoothly, with minimal downtime due to tooling design and production misalignments. While many parts… Continue reading Dynamic Die: Elevating Stamping Efficiency Through Design

Dynamic Die Supply: Explores Mechanical and Servo Options for Metal Stampers

The Fabricator offers valuable insights into the ongoing search for improved efficiency and effectiveness among stamping manufacturers in the 21st century. When considering the purchase of a new press, the decision between an eccentric-gear or link-drive mechanical press and a servo mechanical press requires careful consideration. Factors such as the materials being stamped, run times,… Continue reading Dynamic Die Supply: Explores Mechanical and Servo Options for Metal Stampers

Die Science: What makes a Class A die a Class A die?

Class A – Type 1The first type of class A die typically is a larger drawing and stretching die for producing parts that require a completely smooth and defect-free surface. Exterior automobile body panels such as outer doors, hoods, roofs, fenders, and trunk lids are classic examples of parts made with this tooling. The forming… Continue reading Die Science: What makes a Class A die a Class A die?

Die Science: Finding the root cause of stamping failures

If you work in a sheet metal stamping operation or in a die building shop, you probably hear this frequently. Yes, die design is critical, but it’s only one element essential for manufacturing quality stamped parts. Variables such as the material’s mechanical properties, press speed and accuracy, lubricant type and application method, tool temperature, drawing… Continue reading Die Science: Finding the root cause of stamping failures

Design tips, techniques for stamping BIW

How do you design a sheet metal part to deliver good body structures performance? If you are looking for a single and magical response, sorry; it doesn’t exist. But some design best practices often help to achieve the expected body structures performance and prevent potential problems. Some attribute problems can be managed by using different… Continue reading Design tips, techniques for stamping BIW