What types of parts are commonly used in stamping dies?
In daily stamping production, which types of parts are commonly used in stamping dies? Common stamping dies are composed of process parts and auxiliary parts: First, process parts. The parts in contact with the blank in the die work are called process parts, which are divided into the following three categories: 1) The parts that directly force the blank to separate or deform, such as punches, concave molds, convex and concave molds. 2) Position the parts to determine the correct position of the blank during stamping. Such as positioning pins, positioning plates, stop pins, guide pins, guide plates, fixed distance side blades, side presses, etc. 3) Pressing, unloading and discharging parts such as blank holder, unloading plate, ejector, ejector pin, push plate, push rod, scrap cutter, etc. Second, auxiliary parts. The parts that are not in contact with the blank during the die work are called auxiliary parts, which are divided into the following three categories: 1) The guiding parts guide the die in the positive direction to ensure that the upper and lower dies of the die are correctly closed. Such as guide sleeves, guide posts, guide plates, guide blocks, etc. 3) The supporting and clamping parts gather the die parts to form an integral part of the upper and lower molds, such as the upper and lower templates. The parts required to bear the working pressure of the convex and concave molds, such as backing plates, are all supporting parts. Clamping parts include fixed plates and mold handles. 3) Fastening parts and other parts including screws, pins and special parts attached to realize certain functions. Previous post: Precautions for the use of shears and blade adjustment methods