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stamping

[′stam·piŋ]
(electronics)
A transformer lamination that has been cut out of a strip or sheet of metal by a punch press.
(mechanical engineering)
Almost any press operation including blanking, shearing, hot or cold forming, drawing, bending, and coining.
(mining engineering)
Reducing to the desired fineness in a stamp mill; the grain is usually not so fine as that produced by grinding in pans.

stamping

A process used to shape a piece of sheet metal by means of a die and a punch in a drop hammer.
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Kurz Transfer Products is showcasing the LS 102 LK, a new hot stamping machine with up to five heads for applying foil to extruded profiles.
describe a technique for stamping a pattern onto a thin film that allows small droplets of liquid to condense in ordered arrays.
Specializes in tooling for automotive, cosmetic, electronic and appliance decoration and assembly, as well as a vacuum take-off device to speed part removal after stamping, automatic feed devices, turntables, slide tables, indexers, parts-handling equipment, and automated assembly systems.
panels), and systems for blow molded bottle hot stamping.
Silicone rubber sheets, dies, rolls, and tooling also available, as well as a vacuum takeoff device to speed part removal after stamping, automatic feed devices, turntables, slide tables, indexers, and parts-handling equipment.
Silicone rubber sheets, dies, rolls, and tooling are also available, as well as a vacuum take-off device to speed part removal after stamping, automatic feed devices, turntables, slide tables, indexers, and parts-handling equipment.