Title: Important Factors For Metal Stamping
Tags: Metal Stamping Parts
Blog Entry: Metal Stamping Parts is a complex process that can include many metal forming processes-punching, punching, bending and perforating. Blanking: This process is about cutting a rough contour or shape of a product. This stage is about minimizing and avoiding burrs, which can increase part costs and lead time. In this step, you can determine the hole diameter, geometry / taper, edge-to-hole spacing and insert the first perforation. Blanking-Metal Stamping Design Bend: When you design a bend in a metal stamped part, it is important to provide enough material-make sure that the part and its blank are designed so that there is enough material to perform the bend. Some important factors to keep in mind: If the bend is too close to the hole, it may deform. The width of the notches and tongues and slits should be at least 1.5 times the thickness of the material. If it is made smaller, it may be difficult to break due to the force applied to the punch. The radius of each corner in the blank design should be at least half the material thickness. To minimize the occurrence and severity of burrs, avoid sharp corners and complex incisions as much as possible. When such factors cannot be avoided, it is important to note the direction of the burr in the design so that it is taken into account during the stamping process. Embossing: This action when the edge of a stamped metal part is struck to flatten or crack burrs; this can create a smoother edge in the embossed area of ​​the part's geometry; this can also increase the local area of ​​the part Strength and can be used to avoid secondary processing such as burrs and grinding.