Metal Forming: Stamping Processes

Stamping Processes introduces learners to the various stamping processes. The material in this course is beneficial to both seasoned stamping experts and learners new to the industry.


Learning Objectives

  • Recall some of the cutting processes.
  • Identify the different types of bending processes.
  • Recognize the common secondary die processes.
  • Differentiate between the secondary and additional die processes.
  • Recall the special processes used normally to achieve certain functions within a die.
Course Length: 3 HRS

Table of Contents

Cutting Processes

  • Blanking Types
    • Conventional Blanking
    • Pressure
    • Blank and Draw
    • Compound Blank and Pierce
    • Fine Blanking
  • Piercing/Punching Functions
    • Direct Piercing
    • Cam Piercing
    • Aerial Cam Piercing
    • Bottom Piercing
  • Trimming Functions
    • Direct Trimming
    • Pinch Trimming
    • Cam Trimming
    • Parting

Bending Processes

  • Drawing Functions
    • Drawing
    • Redrawing
    • Reverse Drawing
  • Bending Functions
    • V-Bending
    • Wipe-Bending
    • Z-Bending or Double V-Bend
    • U-Bending or Channel Bending
    • Rotary Bending
  • Forming Functions
    • Forming
    • Cam Forming or Cam Bending
    • Rubber Forming
    • Hydroforming
    • Stretch Forming

Secondary Die Processes

  • Gusset Stamping
  • Curling
  • Embossing
  • Coining
  • Extruding
  • Flanging
  • Hemming
  • Ironing
  • Necking
  • Projection/Dimpling
  • Restriking
  • Secondary Cutting
    • Notching
    • Lancing
    • Lance and Form

Special Processes in Die

  • Assembly Functions
    • In-die Welding
    • Nut Insertion
    • Stud/Bolt Insertion
    • Staking
    • Tog-L-Loc
    • Lance-N-Loc
  • In-die Tapping

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