Punch manufacturers introduce you to the difference between stamping and punching
It’s time for punch manufacturers to tell you about punching related knowledge. Next, let’s talk about the difference between punching and punching. Please see the following specific summary:
Stamping is a forming processing method that relies on presses and dies to apply external force to plates, strips, pipes and profiles to cause plastic deformation or separation, so as to obtain workpieces (stamping parts) of the required shape and size.
Stamping processing is the production technology of using the power of conventional or special stamping equipment to directly subject the sheet metal to the deformation force and deform in the mold, so as to obtain product parts with a certain shape, size and performance.
Sheet materials, molds and equipment are the three elements of stamping processing. According to the stamping processing temperature, it is divided into hot stamping and cold stamping. The former is suitable for sheet metal processing with high deformation resistance and poor plasticity; the latter is carried out at room temperature and is a commonly used stamping method for thin plates.
It is one of the main methods of metal plastic processing (or pressure processing), and it also belongs to material forming engineering technology.
The die used for stamping is called Stamping Die, or die for short. The die is a special tool for batch processing of materials (metal or non-metal) into the required stamping parts. Punching dies are very important in stamping. Without a die that meets the requirements, mass stamping production will be difficult; without advanced stamping dies, advanced stamping processes cannot be realized.
The stamping process and die, stamping equipment and stamping materials constitute the three elements of stamping processing. Only when they are combined can stamping parts be obtained.
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