The processing of metal stamping parts is the production technology of using the power of conventional or special stamping equipment to directly subject the sheet metal to the deformation force and deform in the mold, so as to obtain product parts with a certain shape, size and performance. Sheet materials, molds and equipment are the three elements of stamping processing. Stamping is a method of metal cold deformation processing. Therefore, it is called cold stamping or sheet metal stamping, or stamping for short. It is one of the main methods of metal plastic processing (or pressure processing), and it also belongs to material forming engineering technology.
Because of the superiority of stamping, stamping has a wide range of applications in various fields of the national economy. For example, in aerospace, aviation, military industry, machinery, agricultural machinery, electronics, information, railways, post and telecommunications, transportation, chemicals, medical appliances, household appliances and light industry, there are stamping processes. Not only is it used in the entire industry, but everyone has direct contact with stamping products. There are many large, medium and small stamping parts on airplanes, trains, automobiles, and tractors.
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