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  • Metal Forming/Shearing Presses
    are favored because of their high resolution and responsiveness. Another advantage is that our sensors enable customers to store preset recipes for a wide variety of sheet metal shapes and sizes thereby reducing startup and changeover times. Application: Position feedback for machine platens on metal
  • Sheet Metal Fabrication Explained: Press Braking, Shearing, and Blanking
    There are many processes that comprise sheet metal fabrication. Press braking, shearing, and blanking are all explained in detail below. You will be able to learn about the process itself and what it can be used for, as well as the type of machinery required. When you need to bend metal
  • Sheet Metal Fabrication Explained: Punching, Notching, and Embossing
    to remove material from a sheet metal blank, punching is very commonly used process. This involves the use of a punch and female die, which is aligned such that the sheet metal deforms only slightly before the intended feature is created. A press brake or stamping press can both be used
  • Sheet Metal Company Increases Productivity with Vacuum Handling Systems
    and safe handling of the heavy metal sheets, the responsible persons at the medium-sized sheet-metal company Pro Metall Blechverarbeitung GmbH in Achern-Fautenbach decided to invest in a vacuum handling system for loading and unloading an existing laser-cutting machine and a stamping press/nibbler.
  • Sheet Metal Design Handbook (.pdf)
    Press brake forming-The fundamental advantage of a press brake as a forming tool is its flexibility. By using standard vee-dies, cost savings can be realized through economical set-ups and run times on small lots and prototypes. In addition to these considerations, using the following guidelines
  • Powder-metal parts earn top honors
    for atypical PM components. The winning parts in this competition represent advances in conventional press and sinter PM processing, metal injection molding (MIM), and hot-isostatic pressing (HIP). The superconducting dipole cryomagnets in the LHC operate at cryogenic temperatures (–456°F). The complex
  • Innovations in Fluid Cell Tooling and Process Efficiency Dramatically Lower the Costs of Aerospace Sheet Metal Parts (.pdf)
    with conventional presses.
  • Fastening in a clinch
    Self-clinching fasteners permanently join thin metal panels. Self-clinching panel fasteners join thin metal sheets with minimal hardware, and keep screws from falling into other components. Right-angle fasteners clinch into a rectangular hole in one sheet and attach to a second sheet at a right

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