drawing die

drawing die

[′drȯ·iŋ ‚dī]
(metallurgy)
A die that forms sheet metal into cuplike, wrinkle-free shapes.
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Drawing die model is shown in Figure 2; the part is defined as die and used as the forming tool during the simulation, and the model is saved as .igs format for subsequent finite element modeling.
Hamada, T, Harada, K, "Optical Fiber Drawing Die and Drawing Method Therefore." US Patent US2006/0016393, 2006
The drawing speed was 15 m/min and the angle of drawing die was [delta] = 28[degrees].
They set up a test on a 12" x 12" x 6" -inch-deep drawing die in D2 die steel.
A positive influence of restriction of drawing die angle from 13[degrees] to 11[degrees] at the bunching process was found.
Here, a drawing die set is aligned by means of a milled keyway in the center of the bolster that mates with a key attached to the lower die set.
The factory also manufactures diamond wire drawing dies, which are used at ACS' Monterrey, Mexico, plant and sold to other wire producers.
UGS has announced that Radkersburger Metallwarenfabrik, an Austrian-based die manufacturer, has selected NX(TM) CAM Express software for manufacturing its deep drawing dies.