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Metal stamping process and mold designPublished time: 2015
Series items: Brief introduction to the textbook of the 13th Five-Year Plan for colleges and universities. "Metal stamping forming process and die design" is based on the personnel training plan, training goals, and training plan for engineers of the Ministry of Education for materials forming and control engineering. The requirements are written. The book consists of 7 chapters, including introduction, blanking process and die design, bending process and die design, deep drawing process and die design, other forming processes and die design, multi-stage progressive die forming, automobile cover forming, etc. . Questions are attached to each chapter. "Metal Stamping Process and Die Design" is suitable as a textbook for materials forming and control engineering majors, mechanical manufacturing and automation majors in general colleges and universities, and can also be used as a reference book for engineering technicians engaged in stamping work.
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Features of the stamping process
1.2 Application of cold stamping
1.3 Status and Development Trend of Stamping Technology
1.3.1 History and Status of Stamping Technology in China
1.3.2 Development Trend of Stamping Technology
1.4 Classification of stamping process
1.5 Materials for stamping dies and stamping products
1.5.1 stamping die material
1.5.2 Materials for stamped products
1.6 Introduction to stamping equipment
1.6.1 Crank Press
1.6.2 Hydraulic press
1.6.3 Servo press
1.6.4 High Speed Press Thinking Questions Chapter 2 Punching Process and Die Design
2.1 Analysis of punching process
2.1.1 Analysis of the stress in the deformation area of the sheet during blanking
2.1.2 Blanking process
2.1.3 Blank quality and its influencing factors
2.2 Factors affecting the quality of blanking parts
2.2.1 Factors Affecting Section Quality of Blanking Parts
2.2.2 Dimensional accuracy of blanking parts and its influencing factors
2.2.3 Blank shape error and its influencing factors
2.3 Clearance of punching die
2.3.1 Impact of blanking die clearance on blanking process
2.3.2 Determination of blanking die clearance
2.4 Determination of punching die and die cutting edge
2.4.1 Principles for calculation of cutting die edge size
2.4.2 Calculation of cutting edge size when punching die and convex die are processed separately
2.4.3 Calculation of convex and concave cutting edge dimensions for punching dies
2.5 Blanking layout design
2.5.1 Layout Design
2.5.2 Reasonable use of materials
2.5.3 Design of overlap and strip width
2.6 Calculation of punching force and pressure center
2.6.1 Calculation of punching force
2.6.2 Calculation of unloading force and thrust force
2.6.3 Methods to reduce punching force
2.6.4 Determination of pressure center
2.7 Blanking process design
2.7.1 Technical analysis of blanking parts
2.7.2 Determination of blanking process plan
2.8 Design of blanking die parts
2.8.1 Classification of mold parts
2.8.2 Significance of die standardization
2.8.3 Design of working parts and selection of standards
2.8.4 Positioning parts
2.8.5 Press and parts
2.8.6 Fixing and fastening parts
2.8.7 Guide parts
2.8.8 Material Selection of Die Parts
2.9 Typical structure of blanking die
2.9.1 Single process punching die
2.9.2 Composite punching die
2.9.3 Progressive punching die
2.10 Precision blanking process and die design
2.10.1 Process characteristics of precision blanking
2.10.2 Fine Blanking Process
2.10.3 Essentials of Fine Blanking Die Design
2.10.4 Structure and Characteristics of Fine Die
2.11 Examples of Blanking Die Design Questions
3.1 Overview
3.2 Bending deformation analysis
3.2.1 Bending deformation process
3.2.2 Characteristics of bending deformation
3.2.3 State of stress and strain in bending deformation zone
3.2.4 Effects of bending
3.3 Common Defects in Bending Process and Process Control Measures
3.4 Calculation of Bend Piece Blank Size
3.5 Calculation of bending force
3.6 Bendability
3.6.1 Meet the minimum relative bending radius requirements
3.6.2 Structure technology of bending parts
3.7 Process Arrangement for Bending Parts
3.8 Design of the working part of the bending die
3.9 Typical Structure of Bending Die
3.9.1 Problems to be paid attention to in the design of bending die structure
3.9.2 Typical Structure of Bending Die
3.10 Bending Die Design Example Questions Chapter 4 Deep Drawing Process and Die Design
4.1 Overview
4.2 Analysis of deep deformation of cylindrical parts
4.2.1 Features of drawing die
4.2.2 Deep deformation process
4.2.3 Features of Deep Deformation
4.2.4 State of stress and strain during deep drawing
4.2.5 Mechanical analysis during deep drawing
4.2.6 Various Factors Affecting Deep Drawing
4.2.7 Wrinkling and anti-crease
4.2.8 Tension and crack prevention
4.2.9 Hardening
4.3 Determination of the blank size of the drawn body of the rotating body
4.4 Calculation of Drawing Process for Cylindrical Parts
4.4.1 Indication of the degree of deformation of the cylindrical member in the deep drawing-drawing coefficient
4.4.2 Factors Affecting the Limit Deep Drawing Coefficient mmin
4.4.3 Determination of ultimate drawing coefficient
4.4.4 Features of subsequent deepening
4.4.5 Determination of drawing times
4.4.6 Dimension Calculation of Deep-drawn Semi-finished Products of Cylindrical Parts
4.4.7 Design and calculation steps for the drawing process of flangeless cylindrical parts
4.4.8 Blank holding force, drawing force and drawing work
4.5 Design of Drawing Process with Flange Cylinder
4.6 Deep drawing of stepped parts
4.7 Deep drawing of other shapes
4.7.1 Deep Drawing Features of Surface Shaped Parts
4.7.2 Deep drawing of spherical parts
4.7.3 Drawing of Parabolic Parts
4.7.4 Deep drawing of conical parts
4.7.5 Deep drawing of box
4.8 Deep drawing process design
4.8.1 Processability of deep drawing parts
4.8.2 Deep drawing process design
4.9 Typical Drawing Structure
4.10 Design calculation of working part of drawing die
4.10.1 Gap between male and female die
4.10.2 Male and female die structure
4.10.3 Dimensions of male and female working parts (tube wall)
4.11 Auxiliary processes of deep drawing process
4.11.1 Lubrication
4.11.2 Heat treatment
4.11.3 Pickling
4.12 Deep drawing die design example problem Chapter 5 Other forming process and die design
5.1 Bulge
5.1.1 Swelling characteristics and forming limit
5.1.2 Undulating formation
5.1.3 Tube Convex
5.1.4 Tension forming
5.2 Flanging
5.2.1 Flanging of inner hole
5.2.2 Outer edge flanging
5.2.3 Special Flanging Die Structure
5.3 Shrinking and Flaring
5.3.1 necking
5.3.2 Flare
5.4 Shaping and Embossing
5.5 Other forming processes
5.5.1 Spinning
5.5.2 Explosion forming
5.5.3 Electromagnetic forming
5.5.4 Moldless Multipoint Forming
5.5.5 Numerically Controlled Sheet Metal Forming
5.5.6 Sheet hydroforming
5.5.7 Superplastic Forming Questions Chapter 6 Multi-station Progressive Die
6.1 Overview
6.2 Multi-station progressive die layout and process design
6.2.1 Layout Design
6.2.2 Principles of layout design
6.2.3 Design of carrier and lip
6.2.4 Fixed distance and guide hole design
6.2.5 Bar width
6.3 Design of multi-stage progressive die parts
6.3.1 Punch
6.3.2 Die
6.3.3 Orientation of the strip
6.3.4 Strip guiding and holding device
6.3.5 Design of unloading device
6.3.6 Limiting device
6.4 Multi-station progressive die design example
6.4.1 Process analysis
6.4.2 Layout Design
6.4.3 Process calculation
6.4.4 Mould Structure and Part Design Questions
7.1 Overview
7.1.1 Classification of Dies for Automotive Covers
7.1.2 Features of Automotive Covers
7.2 Cover drawing process design
7.2.1 Punching direction of deep-drawn parts
7.2.2 Process supplements
7.2.3 Design of the pressure surface
7.2.4 Drawing bars and drawing thresholds
7.2.5 Main Forming Defects of Covering Parts and Preventive Measures
7.3 Design of cover drawing die
7.3.1 Design Points of Drawing Die
7.3.2 Typical Structure of Drawing Die
7.3.3 Convex and concave die structure of deep drawing die
7.3.4 Structural dimensions of the drawing die
7.3.5 Drawing Die Guidance
7.3.6 Ventilation
7.4 Cover mold design example
7.4.1 Process Analysis and Process Design of Parts
7.4.2 References for design considerations of automotive cover mold structure

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