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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Die springs suitable for high-volume, standard production capacities

March 11, 2016

Wilson Tool International® offers coil and nitrogen die springs from Special Springs for stamping operations. Part of the Impax Tooling Solutions line of Wilson Tool products, the springs are designed for use in high-volume and standard production capacities. Each coil die spring is...

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Press lines available in 12 and 14 SPM

February 12, 2016

Schuler has added press lines with production speeds of 12 and 14 SPM to its Servoline product line. The series already has lines up to 23 SPM, depending on the manufactured parts and line features. The newly added press lines are designed for users who require basic features and a medium...

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E-book helps high-volume metal stampers eliminate defects

February 1, 2016

ESI Engineering Specialties has published “3 Solutions to Eliminate High-Volume Metal Stamping Defects,” an e-book that explains how precision metal stampers address common challenges associated with high-volume production. The e-book presents tips for addressing challenges such as tooling...

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Mechanical clamping nut adapts to varying clamping edge heights

December 3, 2015

Hilma's new retrofittable mechanical clamping nut provides high clamping force with low torque in small spaces for clamping and locking of dies on stamping press beds and rams. With temperature resistance up to 300 degrees F, the clamping nut can be clamped and unclamped by hand. It offers a...

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Small sheet metal press suitable for low- to medium-volume production

November 24, 2015

Quintus Technologies (formerly Avure Technologies) offers the Flexform QFC 0.7x1.8-800 sheet metal forming press, the smallest press in the company’s fluid cell line. Generating a pressure of 11,600 PSI over the full forming area, the press can produce several parts in the same forming operation...

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E-book highlights advantages of laser cutting in metal stamping

November 17, 2015

American Industrial Co.’s new E-Book, The Laser Cutting Advantage, offers a look at the advantages of using laser cutting in metal stamping. The free E-book explains how laser cutting capabilities allow for flexibility for short-run orders and facilitate fast turnaround...

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Fineblanking press breaks 200-SPM barrier

November 16, 2015

Feintool has introduced the XFT 1500speed fineblanking press, which reaches speeds up to 200 SPM. The 1,500-kN press is compatible with existing tools but reaches its full potential using high-speed tools developed especially for the press, the company reports. Without a gearbox, the drive...

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Software enables definition, optimization of hemming operation

November 10, 2015

AutoForm Eng. GmbH offers AutoForm-HemPlannerplus software, fully integrated in the AutoFormplus R6 version. The software enables users to define and optimize the hemming operation. In combination with AutoForm-Solverplus, this software offers efficient planning of hemming processes to meet...

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Electrostatic lubrication system handles sheet metal, coil stock

November 2, 2015

Coldwater Machine Co. has introduced the StaticLube™ electrostatic lubrication system. Available for both sheet metal and coil stock, the system decreases lubricant consumption for metal stampers and fabricators by up to 95 percent as compared to other systems, says the company. It delivers 100...

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Laser-based loop control maintains continuous material payout

October 20, 2015

Coil Control’s new Laser Material Loop Control provides noncontact control of continuous material payout for the metal stamping industry. Laser-based loop control can operate in any lighting condition and almost any production environment, remaining unaffected by high-pitched noise from...

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Brochure highlights coil processing machine manufacturer’s services

October 15, 2015

Coe Press Equipment has announced the availability of a six-page brochure highlighting its services. The brochure provides information on Coe-Assurance “On-Demand” capability, the COE-Certified preventive maintenance program, the company’s 24/7/365 technical support, parts inventory, and...

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Synthetic lubricant made for stamping automotive components

October 13, 2015

Tower Oil offers Klenedraw W-4701, a nonstaining, oil-free, full-synthetic lubricant for use in punching, forming, drawing, and deep-drawing of automotive components. The lubricant has received Japanese automotive approval for its performance in metal stamping operations. According to the...

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Hot-stamping line produces up to 4 million parts per year

September 1, 2015

Schuler has introduced PCHflex technology, a further development of the pressure-controlled hardening process. In the press-hardening method, parts are heated to 1,700 degrees F and then simultaneously cooled and hardened in the subsequent forming process to give them high rigidity. PCHflex...

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Pneumatic counterbalance integrates with existing press controls

August 26, 2015

ROSS CONTROLS® has introduced a 1.25-in. automatic pneumatic counterbalance for large mechanical stamping presses. The system can be integrated with existing press controls to set and maintain the correct pressure for each die set. It meets ANSI B11.1 requirements and is available in a variety of...

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Robot model handles hot forming processes

July 21, 2015

Schuler has unveiled two new models of its Crossbar Robot 4.0 for the automation of mechanical and hydraulic press lines and for retrofitting of existing lines. The 4.0 S is equipped with an additional shift axis that enables it to use the Crossbar feeder tooling, which in turn is used for...

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