die shoe

die shoe

[′dī ‚shü]
(mechanical engineering)
A block placed beneath the lower part of a die upon which the die holder is mounted; spreads the impact over the die bed, thereby reducing wear.
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The new line of the famous trainers comes in four designs, including a Never Say Die shoe featuring the logo and cover art from the band's Never Say Die album - the final release featuring all four of the band's original members - and a Sabbath Bloody Sabbath shoe also featuring the cover art from the classic Sabbath Bloody Sabbathalbum.
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In 1972, a Detroit supplier of automotive truck frames broke a steel die shoe and couldn't afford the lengthy lead-time for a replacement.
An example of this concept would be the similarities in design and manufacturing requirements for a die shoe for a particular model of press.
In the general tooling manufacturing domain, many fixtures, punching tools, mold bases and die shoes are still designed with the aid of 2D systems based on two-dimensional data.
Finally, the operator lowers the T-slot lifters, brings the ram down to contact the upper die shoe, clamps the die, and raises the ram to starting position.
The pieces that were cut from the plates are aligned in a similar manner and placed on a die shoe according to the location of the die cavities.
Since die shoes no longer need to be recycled, they estimate they will not need to purchase another standard die shoe for ten years.
One of the simplest procedures is to insert an elastic sheet between the die shoe and press bed or bolster plate.
Louis, but both Boyd's and the making of die shoes are history.
The die shoes will be cast at the Camito Technology Center metalcasting facility, and the dies will be cast by SwePart.
In some case, CNC wirecut systems are interfaced directly with engineering for production of die shoes and trim dies.