Continuous die stamping
Continuous die stamping is characterized by high batch production efficiency, easy automation, safe operation, long die life, reduction of equipment, die number and workshop area. . Now stamping parts manufacturers generally change from single punch to continuous die stamping. Today, we will give a brief introduction. Continuous die, also known as progressive die, refers to the punching die that can complete multiple processes at several different positions simultaneously in one stroke of the press. . That is, the processes of trimming, cutting, grooving, punching, plastic deformation and blanking can be completed in a pair of moulds. According to the actual needs of stamping parts, the manufacturer of stamping parts shall arrange multiple stamping processes in a certain order for continuous stamping. This also provides favorable conditions for high-speed automatic stamping.
The output and batch size of the processed parts must be large enough, otherwise it is not conducive to cost control. . The mechanical properties of stamping materials need to be relatively stable, and there are also high requirements for width and thickness tolerances and straightness of material edges. The press used shall have sufficient strength, stiffness, power, accuracy, large working surface and reliable braking system.
The main focus/point of the continuous die stamping process is strip steel, as strip steel is the core/core of the entire continuous die stamping process. Bar chart design involves the designer’s design ideas. It is necessary to know how many parts the strip steel consists of, such as material points, cutting positions, bending process, etc.