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BISE 6300 – 6 Diemaking – 38 Contact Hours

$70.00

Diemaking: This course provides specialized instruction in die construction, processes, and types related to automated manufacturing technology. This is an introduction to the basic types and construction of metal stamping dies. Topics include types of stamping dies and how they process sheet metal, standard die components, concepts of die clearances, die making terminology, and materials used in stamping die construction.

Principles of blanking and/or piercing dies; bending; screw and dowel holes; die life; punches; pilots; die block construction; strippers and stock guides; shredders and knockouts; nest gages; pushers; die stops; stock material utilization; strip layouts; and die sets. Study includes techniques and theory of building stamping dies with topics including cutting and forming operations; primary die components; internal parts of complete die.

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Diemaking: This course provides specialized instruction in die construction, processes, and types related to automated manufacturing technology. This is an introduction to the basic types and construction of metal stamping dies. Topics include types of stamping dies and how they process sheet metal, standard die components, concepts of die clearances, die making terminology, and materials used in stamping die construction.

Principles of blanking and/or piercing dies; bending; screw and dowel holes; die life; punches; pilots; die block construction; strippers and stock guides; shredders and knockouts; nest gages; pushers; die stops; stock material utilization; strip layouts; and die sets. Study includes techniques and theory of building stamping dies with topics including cutting and forming operations; primary die components; internal parts of complete die.