die cushion

die cushion

[′dī ‚ku̇sh·ən]
(engineering)
A device located in or under a die block or bolster to provide additional pressure or motion for stamping.
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At booth 8312 in hall 8, the roughly 30,000 expected visitors can learn about, most notably, the HDE High-Performance Punch System, the PSH Press Drive, the CSH Die Cushion Drive, the servo pump and the CLDP Servo Drive.
Besides the shear and laser, the company also has five Cincinnati press brakes and an OBS press with die cushion which is used for blanking and drawing work.
Pre-acceleration means that the die cushion operating as blankholder accelerates shortly before the upper die contacts the blank.
Of 100 Ton Capacity Hydraulic Press With Die Cushion In Tooled-Up Condition As Specified In This Te.
With its new CSH die cushion drive consisting of servo pump and double-acting die cushion, Voith has launched an innovative drive concept for demanding forming processes.
With conventional die cushion drives consisting of a die cushion and pressure-relief valve, the work of the die cushion is irretrievably lost.
The die cushion drive with double-acting die cushion is ideal for forming processes involving complex geometries.
With a maximum stamping force of 2,000 tonnes and extremely precise die cushions operated by hydraulic servos, the stamping line produces, among other things, the bodyside inner panel of the new Fiesta.