What is the classification of metal stamping mould?
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There are many types of metal stamping moulds. We can classify them according to their different performance in order to better understand the metal stamping moulds. Let's look at the three classification methods of metal stamping moulds:
According to the classification of mold processing technology, metal stamping moulds can be divided into: 1. A punch mould is a metal mould that separates material along a closed or open profile. Such as blanking mould, punching mould, cutting mould, cutting mould, cutting mould, cutting mould and so on. Bending mould is a stamping mould which bends billet or other billet along a straight line (bending line) to obtain a workpiece with a certain Angle and shape. 3. A deep drawing mould is a metal mould that converts the blank into an open hollow part or further changes the shape and size of the hollow part. 4 forming mould is according to the figure of the punch and punch shape directly copy forming blank or semi-finished mold, the material itself only produces part of the plastic deformation. Such as bulging mould, shrinkage mould, flared mould, corrugated forming mould, flanging mould, forming mould, etc.
According to the classification of process combination degree, metal stamping mould can be divided into: 1. The mould only completes one stamping process in one stamping stroke. Compound mould has only one station. In one stamping stroke, the mould can complete two or more stamping processes simultaneously. 3. A progressive mould (also called a continuous mould) has two or more workstations in the direction of the feed of the blank. In one stroke of the press, the mould completes two or more pressing processes in succession on different workstations.
According to the classification of typical mould structure, metal stamping moulds can be divided into: 1. Process parts: it is directly involved in the completion of processing, direct contact with the blank, including working parts, pos
itioning parts, unloading and stamping parts. 2 structural parts: these parts are not directly involved in the completion of the machining process, and do not directly contact the blank. They only play the role of ensuring the completion of the mold process or improving the function of the mold, including guide rail, fasteners, standard parts, etc. It should be pointed out that not all molds must have the above six parts, especially single process molds, but the working parts and the necessary fixed parts are essential.