fineblanking

fineblanking

[′fīn‚blaŋk·iŋ]
(engineering)
A manufacturing process in which a part is fabricated to a shape very close to its final dimensions by use of high-precision tools that yield a final workpiece with smoothly sheared edges.
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1% stake in Swiss fineblanking systems and automation equipment supplier Feintool International Holding AG (SWX:FTON) to Artemis Beteiligungen I AG.
The move allows Feintool to concentrate on its fineblanking technology, says Feintool CEO Heinz Loosli.
No final da decada de 80 foram desenvolvidos e incorporados procedimentos de corte mecanico, conhecidos como fineblanking, que oferecem grande precisao e qualidade de borda.
Fineblanking combines sheet-metal blanking and cold-forming in a single process.
The Abtex Corporation offers fineblanking brushes for effective burr removal or edge radiusing.
Andes now enjoys her retirement from International Fineblanking Corporation in Dayton and adds, "I thought my education ended when I received my high school diploma.
Specializing in tightly tolerance, precision metal parts, in production volume, this company's capabilities include CNC milling and turning, grinding, lapping, broaching, EDM and fineblanking.
According to Christoph Trachsler, Feintool's vice president of sales and marketing, fineblanking differs from normal press blanking in that it uses three active press forces, not one.
Terry Kimmel, executive director of Starke Development Foundation, says MPI Fineblanking, a specialty die-cast company, and Knox Fertilizer both expanded in 2000.
Fineblanking can form and cut the same part from sheet metal in one press stroke, needing only minor deburring for a ready-to assemble component.