die insert

die insert

[′dī ‚in·sərt]
(engineering)
A removable part or the liner of a die body or punch.
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For diecasting, the options for rapid manufacturing are machined tooling, laser-based die insert fabrication and plaster molding.
The performance of the insert with softened nose design (left side) and the real die insert with sharp nose (right side) employed in the current study was examined.
Ausen, Seth, and Venne have developed a method for coextruding an initial melt stream through a profile die with a die insert. The die insert induces melt redistribution, resulting in layered extruded films by altering the discrete thermoplastic resin streams in a film extrudate at the die lip, in the die, or before the die.
Real model of movable die insert and real view of fixed die insert after machining is shown in Fig.
2a shows the composite ceramic mould produced for die insert casting and comprised of the facing layer and the chamotte-basis backing layer.
The use of HEAT can also enhance small-volume-parts production of stamping die insert blocks, variable thickness punches, mold cores, inserts, and slide blocks.
As a die insert moves from the back to the front of the die case, it doesn't have to be pressed the full length of the bore in the case, like a straight die does.
DMLS machines create a die insert by sintering thin layers of powdered metal.
Once a die insert is treated, the tool often lasts 10 times longer.