tool design

tool design

[′tül di‚zīn]
(design engineering)
The division of mechanical design concerned with the design of tools.
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Economy Minister Simon Hamilton MLA has announced 13 new skilled engineering jobs by Ballynahinch based Datum Tool Design Ltd as part of its growth plans targeting global aerospace opportunities.
It can be used in a course of one or two semesters using the included sampler DVD from the Fundamentals of Tool Design Video Series to complement study.
The company produces tools with cutting edges in various grades of carbide, stellite, high speed steel and polycrystalline diamond, and provides custom tool design, retipping and sharpening services.
Product development, product design, tool design and modeling with multiple transfer protocol for AutoCad and Pro-E.
For years these were simple, manually loaded, single-station units that were slow and of questionable efficiency due to tool design.
As far as we know, it's the first report in a species other than humans of cumulative change of tool design," says Hunt.
The company produces tools with cutting edges in various grades of carbide, stellite, high-speed steel and polycrystalline diamond, and provides custom tool design, retipping and sharpening services.
He presents the fundamentals of roll tool design as theory, and illustrates then with examples that include calculation details.
The tool design ensures that the die metal filling and solidification are homogeneous, while the treatment of the melt prevents gas in the alloy.
That means streamlining tool design, tool making, and molding.
Suppose your next big molding project depends on delivering a tool design fast.
Changes to a tool design can be incorporated into the costing software and updated automatically.