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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Nonhazardous lubricants suitable for variety of stamping operations

January 11, 2005

Pro-Chem-Co's Pro-Form line of weldable, heat-treatable, nonhazardous lubricants are suitable for a variety of stamping operations.Pro-Form 871 is intended for light- to medium-duty progressive-die...

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Crossbar feeder links mechanical, hydraulic presses

December 7, 2004

Schuler Inc. has introduced its Crossbar Feeder that can link individual mechanical and hydraulic presses.The feeder can be fitted to existing mechanical and hydraulic press lines— regardless of...

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Die set features new crosscut blade design

December 7, 2004

Thermatool has introduced the Alpha TRC-3008 3-in. double-cut die set that features a patented geared crosscut motion with softer cam angles than previous versions, continuous internal lubrication of...

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Module adds I/O capability to motion controllers

October 12, 2004

Delta Computer Systems Inc. offers the Exp70-D8 expansion module for providing discrete I/O capability to the company's RMC70 series motion controllers. Inputs and outputs in these modules can be...

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Hydraulic presses evenly distribute full-force capacities

October 12, 2004

Pacific Press Technologies offers the OBM and OBL hydraulic presses with an interlocked steel design that absorbs and evenly distributes full-force capacities. Loads are transmitted to the frame by...

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Transfer system line offers flexibility

October 12, 2004

AIDA provides a range of transfer lines designed to give stampers the flexibility to tailor their transfer needs to fit the job.For production runs requiring large parts and corresponding stroke...

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Dies address slug-pulling problems

July 13, 2004

Impax Tooling Solutions offers the Slug Hugger® 2 die designed to address problems caused by slug pulling. The tool is the next generation of the original Slug Hugger die, a slug-pulling system...

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Electronic press control enhanced

July 13, 2004

Greenerd Press & Machine Co. Inc. will unveil enhancements to its electronic press control at IMTS 2004.The control, which uses Allen-Bradley hardware and customized programming, has improved overall...

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Biostable polymer quenchant prevents sticky deposit buildup

June 8, 2004

Houghton International Inc.’s Heat Treating Division has introduced Aqua-Quench™ 145. Formulated specifically for induction- and flame-hardening applications, the biostable polymer...

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Hydraulic presses' interlocked steel design absorbs, evenly distributes force

June 8, 2004

Pacific Press Technologies offers the OBM and OBL hydraulic presses with an interlocked steel design that absorbs and evenly distributes full-force capacities. Loads are transmitted to the frame by...

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Press line includes models from 30 to 4,000 tons

June 8, 2004

AIDA offers a line of stamping presses ranging in capacity from 30 to 4,000 tons. The line includes gap, straight-side, progressive-die, high-speed, transfer, and cold forming presses, as well as...

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Press feeding system handles payloads from 88 to 330 lbs.

April 8, 2004

The Whiplash™ series of telescopic press feeding systems from ATR-Strothmann is designed to handle small- to large-sized parts with payloads ranging from 88 to 330 lbs. (40 to 150 kg) and Y-axis...

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