die block

die block

[′dī ‚bläk]
(engineering)
A tool-steel block which is bolted to the bed of a punch press and into which the desired impressions are machined.
The part of an extrusion mold die holding the forming bushing and core.
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The probe is usually installed in the melt pipe between the screen changer and the die block.
Two extruders are lined up to supply a die block that channels the respective polymers into the correct paths to give the two-material extrudate.
The process also requires a onetime offset for the die block.
If gels form in lanes in the machine direction, alternating with lanes free of gels, the problem is usually downstream from the extruder in the die or die block.
The information flow and processing steps used in die manufacturing may be divided into die design (including geometry transfer and modification), toolpath generation, rough machining (of die block and/or EDM electrode), finish machining (including prefinishing where necessar-y), finishing (including manual and automated polishing), and die tryout.
2 Die Block Model Ta - 1540, Length 4000 Mm Is Equal To 01 No.
The new module includes a Die Wizard, which automatically finds the split line of the product model, creates split and run-off surfaces to form the two die halves, and separates the cavity with the split surface from the die block.
The $20,000 CMM, which can quickly detail a die block after it has been made, provides a faster alternative to using a jig grinder to precisely locate holes during manufacturing.
Projected area, parting line, die block depth, undercuts, tolerance, heat flow, etc.
Molding offset necks also requires a one-time modification of the die block.