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  • 1. SHEARING OF METALS
  • 2. Sheet Metalworking
    • Cutting and forming operations performed on relatively thin sheets of metal which are produced by rolling
    • • Thickness of sheet metal = 0.4 mm (1/64 in) to 6 mm (1/4 in)
    • • Thickness of plate stock > 6 mm
    • • Operations usually performed as cold working (except when the stock is thick or the metal is brittle then warm working is performed)
  • 3. Sheet and Plate Metal Products
    • Sheet and plate metal parts for consumer and industrial products such as:
    • – Automobiles and trucks
    • – Airplanes
    • – Railway cars and locomotives
    • – Farm and construction equipment
    • – Small and large appliances
    • – Office furniture
    • – Computers and office equipment
  • 4. Sheet Metal Processes
    • 1. Cutting
    • – Shearing to separate large sheets; or cut part perimeters or make holes in sheets
    • 2. Bending
    • – Straining sheet around a straight axis
    • 3. Drawing
    • – Forming of sheet into convex or concave shapes
  • 5. Advantages of Sheet Metal Par ts
    • • High strength
    • • Good dimensional accuracy
    • • Good surface finish
    • • For large quantities, economical mass production operations are available
  • 6. Shearing operation
    • Several operations based on shearing performed
    • Punching – sheared slug discarded
    • Blanking – Slug is the part and the rest is scrap
    • Fig-16.4 -a
  • 7. Shearing Operations: Punching, Blanking and Perforatin g
    • Punching: shearing process using a die and punch where the interior portion of the sheared sheet is to be discarded.
    • Blanking: shearing process using a die and punch where the exterior portion of the shearing operation is to be discarded .
    • Perforating : punching a number of holes in a sheet
    • Parting: shearing the sheet into two or more pieces
    • Notching: removing pieces from the edges
    • Lancing: leaving a tab without removing any material
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  • 12. Slitting Operation
    • Slitting: a shearing operation carried out by a pair of circular cutting blades. Similar to the action of a can opener
  • 13. Sitting and Shaving Operations
    • FIGURE 7.10 Sitting with rotary knives. This process is similar to opening cans.
    FIGURE 7.11 Schematic illustrations of shaving on a sheared edge. (a) Shaving a sheared edge. (b) Shearing and shaving, combined in one stroke.
  • 14. Shear Angles For Punches and Dies
    • FIGURE 7.12 Examples of the use of shear angles on punches and dies.
  • 15. Tailor-Welded Blanks
    • FIGURE 7.14 (a) Production of an outer side panel of a car body by laser welding and stamping. (b) Examples of laser welded and stamped automotive body components. Source : After M. Geiger and T. Nakagawa.
  • 16. Cutting
  • 17. Clearance in Sheet Metal Cutting
  • 18. Quality of sheared edges • Depends on process used • Edges can be rough, not square, and contain cracks, residual stresses, and a work-hardened layer • These are all detrimental to the ………………of the sheet • Quality can be improved by control of …………, tool and die design
  • 19. Clearance in Sheet Metal Cutting
  • 20. Clearance in Sheet Metal Cutting
  • 21. Angular Clearance
  • 22. Cutting Forces
  • 23. Cutting Forces
  • 24. Types of Piercing and Blanking
    • Shaving- finishing operation in which a small amount of metal is sheared away from the edge of an already blanked part
    • Cutoff- a punch and a die are used to separate a stamping or other product from a strip of stock
    • Dinking- used to blank shapes from low-strength materials such as rubber, fiber, or cloth
    Figure 17-10 The dinking process.
  • 25. Tools and Dies for Piercing and Blanking
    • Basic components of a piercing and blanking die set are: punch, die, and stripper plate
    • Punches and dies should be properly aligned so that a uniform clearance is maintained around the entire border
    • Punches are normally made from low-distortion or air-hardenable tool steel
    Figure 17-11 The basic components of piercing and blanking dies.
  • 26. Blanking Operations Figure 17-13 (Below) Typical die set having two alignment guideposts. ( Courtesy of Danly IEM, Cleveland, OH.)
  • 27. Die Tooling
  • 28. Progressive Dies
    • FIGURE 7.13 (a) Schematic illustration of the making of a washer in a progressive die. (b) Forming of the top piece of an aerosol spray can in a progressive die. Note that the part is attached to the strip until the last operation is completed.
  • 29. Progressive Die Sets
    • Progressive die sets- two or more sets of punches and dies mounted in tandem
    • Transfer dies move individual parts from operation to operation within a single press
    • Compound dies combine processes sequentially during a single stroke of the ram
    Figure 17-16 Progressive piercing and blanking die for making a square washer. Note that the punches are of different length.
  • 30. Compound dies :
    • Several operations on the same strip performed in one stroke at one station with a compound dies
    • Fig 16.11 Schematic illustrations: (a) before and (b) after blanking a common washer in a compound die.note the separate movements of the die(or blanking) and the punch
  • 31. Transfer dies
    • Sheet metal undergoes different operations at different stations in a straight line or circular path.
    • Tool and Die Material :
    • Carbides are used for high production rates.
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  • 37. Sheet Metal Groups Allowances Metal group a 1100S and 5052S aluminum alloys, all tempers 0.045 2024ST and 6061ST aluminum alloys; brass, soft cold rolled steel, soft stainless steel 0.060 Cold rolled steel, half hard; stainless steel, half hard and full hard 0.075
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