|TO ORDER JUST
CLICK ON THE SHOPPING CART. You can put the book in your shopping cart and
change your mind latter.
DIE DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS, Second Edition
By J.R. Paquin and R.E. Crowley
1987, 8 x 10, Hard, Illustrated, 256pp
TO ORDER BY CHECK CLICK
This uniquely organized text gives both
students and working professionals graphically detailed assistance in
understanding the underlying principles of die design, illustrating how these
basic engineering principles are easily adapted to a limitless variety of die
Introduces recent developments in die design
tools such as hydraulic presses. Covers materials, punches, die sets, stops,
strippers, gages, pilots and presses. Divides the design of each die into a
series of distinct, easy to follow steps. Illustrates each step in pictorial
view and as a portion of an engineering drawing. Introduces the elements of
mathematics used in the design of die components.
Introduction to Die Design. Presses and Press
Accessories. The Material Strip. The Blank. Fourteen Steps to Design a Die.
How to Lay Out a Scrap Strip. How to Design Die Blocks. How to Design Blanking
Punches. How to Design Piercing Punches. How to Design Punch Plates. How to
Design Pilots. How to Design Gages. How to Design Finger Stops. How to Design
Automatic Stops. How to Design Strippers. How to Apply Fasteners. How to
Select a Die Set. Dimensions and Notes. The Bill of Material. Types of Dies.
BACK TO DESIGN
BACK TO INDUSTRIAL