Stamped components are made by forming, drawing, trimming, blanking, or piercing metal — in sheet or coil form — between two halves (upper and lower) of a press tool, called a die. The upper member (or members) are attached to slide (or slides) of the press, and the lower member is clamped or bolted to the bed or bolster. The die is designed to create the shape and size of a component. The two halves of the die are brought together in the press. Both force (load) and accuracy are required to achieve the repeatability and tolerance demands.
High rigid structure and eccentric loading
The main driven gear with gear girding process, high accuracy
PLC & Remote diagnose technology
3-D loading system with high efficiency
Automatically die change system
Small ground space, high frequency stamping