Progressive Dies: Principles and Practices of Design and Construction

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Donald A. Peterson
Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 464 pages
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Hundreds of examples and guidelines detail how to improve your current die designs, or utilize new progressive designs that maximize efficiency while minimizing cost. Examples of the topics covered in the book's nineteen chapters include: punches and dies, stock guides and pilots, strippers, press selection, binding, blank development, design of strips and stampings, carbide dies, die material selection, design practices, EDM, mathematics and angle calculations, lubrication, sensors and die protection, and more.

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