compound die

compound die

[′käm‚pau̇nd ′dī]
(metallurgy)
A die designed to perform more than one operation on the work with each stroke of the press.
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But the washer was scheduled to be produced in a compound die, stamping both the inside and outside simultaneously.
So if you're talking about a four- or six-station progressive die compared to a compound die for fineblanking, the fineblanking tool is probably about half the price," he says.