shearing die

shearing die

[′shir·iŋ ‚dī]
(mechanical engineering)
A die with a punch for shearing the work from the stock.
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[1] has studied the shear deformation properties and the damage behavior on both low and high strength steels using the conventional shearing die. They found that the thickness clearance is critical in trimming high strength steels.
The cutting movement at the end point of the contour is conducted by shearing die with the support of hydraulic cylinder.
Characteristics of main components of the flexible cutting machine in ADAMS Body name Material Mass (kg) [I.sub.xx] (kg x [m.sup.2]) Base Unit Cast steel 1424.6 1063.65 Turn Up and Down Unit Cast steel 421.34 78.44 Slide Unit Cast steel 280.76 42.24 Head Unit Cast steel 172.69 857.78 Shearing Die Die steel 38.01 188.19 Body name [I.sub.yy] [I.sub.zz] (kg x [m.sup.2]) (kg x [m.sup.2]) Base Unit 796.51 278.63 Turn Up and Down Unit 52.62 43.95 Slide Unit 35.73 13.38 Head Unit 699.35 1175.74 Shearing Die 154.14 258.99 Fig.
The process can be used for roll forming, tube bending, drawing, forming and swaging dies/blocks, piercing and shearing dies, core pins for aluminum, expanding dies, extruding and bending dies, and many others.
For rapid changeover of shearing dies, Atlas also installed T-tables that allow Caterpillar to prestage the upcoming tooling while the shear is running.