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Handbook of die design
by Ivana Suchy

ISBN: 0070666717 Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Subject: Handbooks, manuals, etc. Subject: Dies (metal-working) Subject: Machinery Subject: Dies (Metal-working) -- Design -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Subject: Design Subject: Manufacturing Subject: Dies Edition Description: Includes bibliographical references and index. Publication Date: c1998 Binding: Trade Cloth Language: English Illustrations: Yes Pages: 1 v. (various pagings) Dimensions: 931x635x204 266

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Book News Annotation:

A reference on metal-stamping die design and operations, featuring many charts, formulas and calculations, b&w diagrams, and a comparison chart of internationally recognized steel and alloy classifications. Contains chapters on basic design and influencing factors, theory of sheet metal behavior, metal stamping dies and their function and construction, metalworking machinery, various types of operations, drawn parts, evaluation of a new design, spring design and calculations, materials and surface finish, and die cost estimating. For engineers, designers, and technicians.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Publisher's Note:

Dies are still the most common device used to cast, punch, and form parts in manufacturing and machining. Filled with charts that help assure precise design, this guide provides all major formulas, calculations, cost estimating techniques, and safety procedures needed for specific die operations and performance evaluations. Users learn the hows and whys of process analysis, product design, metal movements, materials, and proven die design for every class of sheet metal pressworking. They're shown how to determine the cost of materials, purchase parts and supplies, meet quantitative demands while controlling costs and assuring quality, eliminate secondary operations, evaluate new designs, improve blanking, piercing, bending, and form operations.

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