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Stamping technology is an advanced metal processing method. It is based on the plastic deformation of metal. It uses dies and stamping equipment to exert pressure on the sheet metal under normal temperature conditions, so that the sheet metal produces plastic deformation or separation, so as to obtain parts with certain shape, size and performance. Stamping technology is widely used in automobile industry, and is the key technology in automobile body manufacturing.

Stamping features:

(1) it is easy to operate, easy to realize mechanization and automation, and has high productivity.

(2) The dimension precision of the part is guaranteed by the mould. Generally, it can be used for assembly without cutting, so the quality is stable.

(3) it is possible to obtain parts with complex shapes which cannot be machined or processed by other metal processing methods.

(4) Generally, it does not need to heat the blank, nor does it need to remove a large number of metals like cutting, so it not only saves energy, but also has a high utilization rate of materials.

(5) The raw materials used are rolled sheets or strips, and the surface of the material is generally not damaged during the stamping process, so the surface quality of the stamping parts is better.

The stamping process is carried out on punching presses or presses. Special punching tools are equipped on punching presses or presses.


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