sheet forming

sheet forming

[′shēt ‚fȯrm·iŋ]
(engineering)
The process of producing thin, flat sections of solid materials; for example, sheet metal, sheet plastic, or sheet glass.
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This IIF project proposes the development of a new flexible sheet forming process to support sustainable technologies of rapid manufacturing high value-added, small batch & customised sheet metal parts, with reduced costs & lead time.
The first volume sets out fundamentals, considering such topics as classifying and describing sheet metal forming operations, materials for sheet forming, principles of sheet forming presses, and electromechanical servo-drive presses.
Incremental Sheet Forming (ISF) is a technique developed for this purpose.
With its specialized inclined roller head or sheet forming die, the TSR accepts material discharged from an internal intensive mixer.
5 metre wide sheet forming and cutting lines, and a hybrid oven with both Direct Gas Fired (DGF) and Jetcirc convection modules.
The forming process resembles forging more than sheet forming at impact.
Sheet forming, fabric thermostamping, filament winding and continuous fiber-reinforced profiles are investigated.
Accurate control of dough piece size and weight have always been key benefits of Baker Perkins' sheet forming and cutting equipment for crackers and hard sweet biscuits.
The new facility, a former Bayer pharmaceutical research facility built in 1999, has been upgraded into a 25,000-square-foot technology center with specialty laboratories for paper pulping and sheet forming, modern paper testing laboratories, and a print quality lab.
This technology is used by compound formulators to facilitate the use of materials based on Engage in thermoplastic compounds, many of which are processed on PVC sheet forming and thermoforming equipment.
In this fourth edition, an entire chapter has been devoted to forming limit diagrams and various aspects of stamping and another on other sheet forming operations.
The new process is a microscopic adaptation of the trapped sheet forming technique.