Stamping Products

Whether you're using a high-speed stamping press to make simple parts at breakneck speeds or doing something really tricky, like deep drawing a material that puts up a lot of resistance, the information in this technology area is sure to help. The articles, case studies, and press releases cover stamping presses, lubricants, and materials.

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Presses with 80- and 110-pressure capacities introduced - TheFabricator

Presses with 80- and 110-pressure capacities introduced

July 19, 2010

Haco has introduced the HPE80 and HPE 110 presses, with 80- and 110-ton pressure capacities, respectively. The bottom table base measures 23 by 31 in., while the moving cylinder base is 15 by 15 in....

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Peeler station facilitates hands-free, modular threading

July 12, 2010

Coe Press Equipment has announced the availability of its new alligator-style peeler dekinker station, which offers hands-free, modular threading for its 250 and 350 series power straighteners aimed...

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Punch, die grinder designed for in-cell tooling maintenance - TheFabricator

Punch, die grinder designed for in-cell tooling maintenance

June 28, 2010

The Mini punch and die grinder from DCM Tech is a small, vertical spindle rotary table surface grinder. It is designed for in-cell tooling maintenance on turret and punch press cells to sharpen...

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Compact cradle/straightener/feeder suitable for medium- to heavy-gauge applications

May 24, 2010

Coe Press Equipment has introduced a new compact cradle-straightener-feeder (CSF) design featuring an improved material threading process and a hydraulic pilot release mechanism to help improve press...

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Two-axis hydraulic press can be configured for various tonnages, frame designs, control packages - TheFabricator

Two-axis hydraulic press can be configured for various tonnages, frame designs, control packages

May 24, 2010

Phoenix has developed a two-axis press that provides for forming, compaction, and compression processes, as well as R&D and quality testing. Operating in a pressure-over-time mode, the press employs...

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FEA module with flattening capabilities available for Autodesk® Inventor® 2010, 2011

April 15, 2010

Logopress Corp. and its North American distributor and technical center, Accurate Die Design Inc., have announced that the Logopress3 Blank module is now available for users of Autodesk®...

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Nitrogen gas spring offers more force in less space

March 30, 2010

Dadco has introduced the Micro 70™ nitrogen gas spring in preset color-coded force varieties with stroke lengths from 0.27 to 4.92 in. The design offers more force in less space and is suitable...

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Servo press control automatically saves up to 10 stages of upper, lower slide movement limits per cycle

January 12, 2010

Wintriss Controls has introduced a new version of its SmartPAC 2 servo press automation control. It uses a linear sensor to monitor the slide position and can "learn" and automatically save the upper...

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Punch press marking tooling designed for machines without bottom-stroke forming feature

December 15, 2009

Mate Precision Tooling offers the EasyMark™ 5-in-1 tooling kit for marking fabricated parts during the punching process. It is designed for machines without a bottom-stroke forming feature.Using...

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OSHA, ANSI compliant safeguarding systems developed for power presses, press brakes

November 10, 2009

The SSC-1500 dual-microprocessor-based control system and the SSC-3000 solid-state press automation control system from Rockford Systems Inc. are safeguarding systems that comply with OSHA regulations...

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Quick-change cylinder lock reduces changeover times on large tools, fixtures, molds, and dies

October 13, 2009

Tooling Technology has added a new product to its line of Segen pneumatic quick-change cylinder locks.The new PD500 Mega Cylinder helps decrease changeover times on large tools, fixtures, molds, and...

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Magnetic quick die change system introduced

October 8, 2009

Hilma, Ellisville, Mo., has introduced the M-TECS magnetic quick die change system.The system clamps existing dies without retooling. The clamping force is evenly distributed, which reduces tool...

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Mid-range press brakes introduced

September 9, 2009

LVD Strippit has introduced its PPEC press brakes designed as a mid-range bending system less challenging forming applications.The press brakes, which include the PPEC-6 and PPEC-7 models, provide...

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Punch press tooling designed for extended life

September 9, 2009

Mate Precision Tooling has introduced its AMX™ ABS tooling with lubrication features and high-speed steel to extend tool life. The punches and strippers are compatible with Amada ABS assemblies...

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Necking machine designed for aerosol and beverage can makers

August 11, 2009

Hinterkopf offers metal can manufacturing systems with high-precision necking machines manufactured by Schuler.The N40V integrated system is designed for the aerosol and beverage can markets. The...

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