STAMPING Journal®

January/February 1999

STAMPING Journal® is the only industrial publication dedicated solely to serving the needs of the metal stamping market. In 1987 the American Metal Stamping Association broadened its horizons and renamed itself and its publication, known then as Metal Stamping. Print subscriptions are free to qualified stamping professionals in North America.


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Selected articles from the January/February 1999 issue available online:

Incorporating available technology into die design: Tools of the trade are evolving

September 17, 2001

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Designing progressive dies has increasingly become a high-tech process. The more able an operation is to use computer technology, the more able it is to use the latest advances in the field in its own designs.

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Designing large die sections with reparability in mind

September 17, 2001

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The article explains how EDM has been used to simplify die making as well as some design considerations for minimizing deflection during production.

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Designing progressive dies

September 17, 2001

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Decisions and compromises must be made when designing progressive dies to produce a part. Knowing ahead of time what this process entails just might help you.

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Resisting cracking, deformation, and premature wear: Powder metallurgical steels provide an alternative to conventional tool steels

June 15, 2001

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Want to know how powder metallurgical tool steels are produced and how their properties provide the material's toughness and wear resistance? Read on.

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Protecting dies against press system faults

May 30, 2001

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The need for die protection has existed ever since the first die was produced. The most elementary form of protection has always been an alert, dependable operator. However, an operator cannot always react to a problem before it damages a die.

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