heel block

heel block

[′hēl ‚bläk]
(mechanical engineering)
A block or plate that is usually fixed on the die shoe to minimize deflection of a punch or cam. Also known as heel.
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Made to order, the Londinium features a heel block inserted with a slice of ancient oak from the ruins of the original Roman-built London Bridge, excavated in 1997.
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