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Stamping tools: A productive and stable solution for your business

Die is used to shape different geometries on metal parts, it consists of a top and bottom. There are different types of die, and each one has very specific characteristics.


Property types

Magnetic Blades

Magnetic blades are made from sheet metals with thicknesses less than 0.8 mm in carbon steel (sometimes with a high silicon content) used in electric motors in various segments.

How magnetic blades work during production

The die produces these blades in a stamping speed of 300 to 600 gpm. The final product in this process can be obtained as loose or packaged knives.

Cutting, Bending and Vacuuming

Stamping process that enables metal sheet metal to be cut, bent and removed.

Three basic operations usually aggregated in one stamping process

Most tools the market demands require these three processes on the same tool or separately.

The sheet metal undergoes different steps within various stages of the stamp and becomes the final product

In a cutting, bending, and vacuuming tool, at every step an operation is being done. It is possible to start by conformance (a hollow) or by making a side tab of the product (a fold) and end the cut operation.

Transfer tools

It’s a type of property where power is provided by a robot or by a mechanical system for transferring the workpiece from one stage to another.

When should we use a Transfer tool?

This solution is typically used when the product cannot be obtained via the progressive system, either by the size or geometry of the product.

Deep lying

Deep water is a stamping process for working on products with deep geometry (usually over 50 mm).

How the deep-drawn process occurs in the manufacture of a product

A sheet is shaped in several stages until it reaches a certain depth. Working the material thickness evenly and without product breakage is a complex process.

The biggest applications today involve engine housings, sinks, fuel tanks, fuel filters, air filters and tin cans (e.g. coolants and deodorants).

Fine Cut

Fine Cutting is a stamping process for working products that require finishing with the lowest cutting burst marks and as close as possible to the required requirements.

The use of fine cuts in the production of end products

It is used for more precise parts and larger sheet metals. When carrying out work, the subsequent machining process must be stopped, care must be taken to ensure that this is achieved in the course of fine cutting.

The high precision level of the fine cut on the workpieces

The workpiece is already out of the tool in the final format at the precision level the customer needs, with no noticeable bursts or warping.

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