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Các loại chày cối đặc biệt (Tooling Specification)

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265 “Creates the ultimate punching condition” ‘Airblow’ is an Amada patented machine function that automatically maintains the tools, whilst dramatically reducing the risk of tooling related machine stoppages. Airblow Tooling Injects high pressure oil mist into the tool during punching cycle. Lubricates all critical areas and surfaces. Clears fine needles and slugs through the die after punching. Effective in overcoming ‘Cold Welding’ or ‘Micro-fusing’. Ensures optimum tool life. Maintains component quality. Programmable VEX Airblow system. Monitors and controls oil discharge rate. Eliminates surplus oil dispersion. Standard tooling after 30,000 hits Airblow tooling after 30,000 hits Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Tooling Specification Punch Press Tooling Tooling Specification e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: www.amada.co.uk 267 “Ensures 100% machine productivity” Many current punching machines minimise punch stroke in order to achieve the highest hit rates. NEX Tooling compliments this process. NEX Tooling Up to 30% productivity gains. Keeps the punch face flush with the guide face. Provides shortest punch stroke. Punch assembly height remains constant, even after re-grind. No re-setting of machine data required after re-grind. Reduced set-up times. Maximised grind life. Secure head locking device. NEX canisters are compatible with existing tooling. Available in ‘A’ & ‘B’ Stations Bottom Position Punch Stroke Height Top Position Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling Punch Press Tooling 266 APH Tooling “The ultimate in powder metallurgy” APH is a high speed steel, manufactured using a unique powder metallurgy process to produce a uniform grain structure. Uniform structure of APH encompasses all of the 4 key properties of punch tool steel: Hardness Toughness Impact Strength Wear Resistance Provides trouble free productivity. APH offers a low friction coefficient. Increased punch life between re-grinds. Example: Material: 2.0mm Stainless Steel Tool: 30 x 5mm Rectangle Test: Punch edge wear x 30,000 hits Result: HSS TiCN Tool = 0.085mm wear APH Tool = 0.005mm wear Conclusion - APH offers 17 times less wear High Speed Steel grain structure APH uniform grain structure High Speed Steel APH tool* TiCN coated tool* *Photos show punch tip after test hits. Tooling Specification e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: www.amada.co.uk 269 “Small pitch nibbling” Amada’s philosophy of a standard turret layout is realised with the Contouring Tool. Fast close pitch nibbling is achieved from innovative punch tool design. Suitable for EM and Vipros III machines. Contouring Tool ‘A’ Station Airblow Tool with Vacuum Die. Produces a fine contoured edge. Punch complex shapes without the need for special tooling. Minimise tooling costs and standardise turret layout. 0.01mm punch tip to guide clearance, minimises side loading forces when nibbling. Ensures smooth contoured finish. 0.5mm nibbling pitch possible. APH Punch tip = 2.0mm round. Maximum material thickness: Mild Steel = 1.6mm Stainless Steel = 1.0mm EM Tooling Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling Punch Press Tooling 268 Z Style Guide “Optimum hit rates” The Z Style Guide assembly reduces set-up time by allowing quick and easy punch body height adjustment by hand. Optimum hit rates possible from any machine with a programmable ram. Each guide keyed at 0°, 45°, 90°, & 135° Punch life gauge enables monitoring of correct amount of punch life. Pre-loaded spring pack. Height adjustment achieved by hand. Secure tool locking mechanism. No tools or jigs necessary. Accepts Airblow, Standard and Tip Type tooling. Utilises Standard style stripper plate. Available in Sheet Saver style - please refer to Page 272 ‘C’, ‘D’, & ‘E’ Station Guides Tooling Specification e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: www.amada.co.uk 271 “Small parts removal” The micro-joint breaking of small parts is traditionally a manual operation implemented by the operator. The Work Chute Tool performs and includes this task as part of the machine punching operation. Work Chute Tool Eliminates micro-jointing for small nested parts. Allows for the widening of product applications without the need for special tooling. Ideal for fast removal of small parts. Up to 50 x 50mm (‘D’ Station) or 70 x 70mm (‘E’ Station) components can be punched and ejected. Scrap Products Micro-joint removed Component falls into collection bin EM Tooling Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling Punch Press Tooling 270 Inch Bend Tool “Accurate small part bending” Traditionally, small components were often formed as a web on the press brake that can be awkward and unsafe. The Inch Bend Tool provides the opportunity to form small parts safely as part of the punching process. Forms of 35.0 x 35.0mm (H x W) components are possible. Downward forming directs any burr edge inside the component, ensuring high quality finish. Once formed, the component is ejected down through the die. Radius bends are possible. Suitable for EM Series and Vipros III machines. First Bend Second Bend Component pushed at micro-joint area Product separation EM Tooling Tooling Specification e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: www.amada.co.uk 273 “Eliminate tool overlap marking” Secondary operations such as fettling and de-burring are frequently associated with punching operations, commonly used to remove unwanted witness marks along the punched edge of the component. Slotting Tools Slotting Tools have a unique shearing and cutting action. Eliminates unsightly witness marks on a range of different materials. Produces a continuous sheared cut along the component edge. Slotting process Normal slitting process Material positioning 1st hit Material feed Cont. from 2nd hit * 2mm Stainless Steel is possible with special punch tip. ** A special shape ‘B’ Station hole is required at the end of the slot before commencing the slotting process on machines not equipped with a programmable ram. Max. Material Thickness (mm) Station Size Mild Steel Aluminium Stainless Steel ‘C’ ‘D’ & ‘E’ 1.6 1.5 1.5 2.3 3.0 2.0* Station Size Max. Feed Pitch (mm) Punch Width (mm) Machine** ‘C’ 15 6 - 10 Thick Turret With Airblow ‘D’ 25 ‘E’ 35 Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling Punch Press Tooling 272 “Increase material utilisation” The issue of reducing material wastage is increasingly becoming all the more relevant with material costs on the increase. The Sheet Saver Tool decreases the clamp ‘dead’ zone, thus increasing positive material utilisation. Guide assembly and die edges are ‘cut away’ so the clamp passes through the die without any interference. Allows punching of the sheet to within 35.0mm from the clamp edge. More parts can be punched from a nested single sheet. Reduction of material scrap and manufacturing time. Simple and fast programming. Sheet Saver Tool Work Piece Clamp 200 150 100 50 0 50 50 100 75 35 100 150 200 Work Piece Clamp 200 150 100 50 0 50 50 100 75 35 100 150 200 ‘D’ Station dead zone ‘E’ Station dead zone Dead zone on ‘D’ and ‘E’ Station Dead zone on Sheet Saver tooling Note: Please refer to Page 235 or Page 224 for order details Tooling Specification e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: www.amada.co.uk 275 “Reduce your tooling costs” The Countersink Kit includes a variety of punch tips that can be fitted into the holder supplied, to produce a countersunk hole within an automated punching process. Countersink Kit ‘A’ Station provides more location options. Eliminates costly manual operations. Pre-pierce hole and countersink operation can be performed on same track to minimise turret rotation and set-up time. Quick adjust ‘vernier head’ allows the tool to cope with material thickness 1.0 ~ 3.2mm. Quick and easy set-up for a range of countersunk holes. Seven sizes: M2, M2.5, M2.6, M3, M4, M5 & M6 Vernier head C/sink ø Ref. chart below Note: PP = Pre-pierce diameter. These tools are not included in the kit. M2 (Ø A=Ø 4.3) M2.5 (Ø A=Ø 5.3) M3 (Ø A=Ø 6.4) M4 (Ø A=Ø 8.6) M5 (Ø A=Ø 10.6) M2.6 (Ø A=Ø 5.5) M6 (Ø A=Ø 12.8) THK ØB PPØ THK ØB PPØ THK ØB PPØ THK ØB PPØ THK ØB PPØ THK ØB PPØ THK ØB PPØ 1.0 3.2 3.5 1.0 4.2 4.5 1.0 4.4 4.7 1.0 5.5 5.7 1.2 3.2 3.5 1.2 4.2 4.5 1.2 4.4 4.7 1.2 5.1 5.5 1.2 7.2 7.5 1.5 2.6 3.0 1.5 3.6 4.0 1.5 3.8 4.2 1.5 4.6 5.0 1.5 6.8 7.2 1.5 9.1 9.5 1.6 2.6 3.0 1.6 3.6 4.0 1.6 3.8 4.2 1.6 4.6 5.0 1.6 6.8 7.2 1.6 9.1 9.5 2.0 2.6 3.0 2.0 3.2 3.8 2.0 3.4 4.0 2.0 4.0 4.8 2.0 6.7 7.2 2.0 8.8 9.3 2.0 10.6 11.0 2.3 2.6 3.0 2.3 3.3 3.8 2.3 3.5 4.0 2.3 4.2 4.8 2.3 5.7 6.5 2.3 7.9 8.5 2.3 10.6 11.0 2.5 4.1 4.7 2.5 5.6 6.4 2.5 7.8 8.4 2.5 10.4 10.8 3.0 3.7 4.5 3.0 4.8 5.7 3.0 7.0 8.0 3.0 9.4 10.0 3.2 3.7 4.5 3.2 4.8 5.7 3.2 7.0 8.0 3.2 9.4 10.0 Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling Punch Press Tooling 274 “High speed productivity” Of the various operations used to reduce the necessity for secondary handling of sheet metal components, few can have as much impact as the Amada Tapping Tool. Labour and part costs dramatically reduced. Interchangeable cartridge system. Rapid changeover of tap sizes. Produces a ‘roll form’ thread, without swarf. Provides more strength than the equivalent ‘cut’ thread. Tapping Tool ‘C’ Station Tapping Tool Flat plate Cartridge system Burred hole Station Size Tool Type Tap Specification Material Specification Hole Type Material Program Method Tap Oil Tap Oil Capacity Tap Safety Machine Type Unit 1 Ball Screw Type Unit 2 Roller Screw Type Tap Size Tap Type Max. Mat. Thick Flat Plate (mm) Tap Life Estimate (Hits) Pre-Pierce Diameter (mm) Max. Mat. Thick Upform Burr (mm) Min. Pitch for Burring (mm) Min. Mat. Thickness for Burr (mm) Tap Size Thick Turret ‘C’ Station M2.5, M2.6, M3, M4, M5 M5, M6 High Speed Steel TiCN Coated Forming Tap (M2.5 & M2.6 x 0.45), (M3 x 0.5), (M4 x 0.7), (M5 x 0.8), (M6 x 1.0) UNC - 4-40, 6-32, 8-32, 10-32, 10-24. Whitworth 1/4-40 M2.5 2.0 7,000* 2.27 1.0 0.8 20 M2.6 2.0 7,000* 2.37 1.0 0.8 20 M3 2.3 7,000* 2.75 1.2 0.8 21 M4 3.2 5,000* 3.65 1.6 0.8 22 M5 3.2 3,000* 4.6 1.6 1.0 23 M6 3.2 1,000* 5.55 1.6 1.2 24 Flat plate, upform & downform burring Hot & cold rolled Mild Steel, Aluminium & Stainless Steel Use M08 & M09 Code. Nibbling not possible AM-557 220cc (2,000 approx hits) Protection against missed pre-pierce holes Pega, Coma, Vela II, Vipros, Acute & EM * Tap life is significantly increased using Acute and EM machines Tooling Specification e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: www.amada.co.uk 277 Model 2000 ‘B’ Station size range up to 31.7mm diameter or across the diagonal for shape. Canister is compatible with existing punch bodies and guides. Captive spring canister, always retains its tension. Eliminates time consuming caliper measurement and dead lock head removal. Quick and easy height adjustment by canister rotation and secure punch head locking. Maximise grind life. Compatible with most Thin Turret machines: Amada LVD/Shape Finn Power Strippit Nisshinbo Rhodes Pierce All and more. “Dramatically reduce set-up time” Model 2000 is a canister style tool for use on Thin Turret machines. The design allows for quick and simple height adjustment after regrind, reducing set-up time and increasing machine productivity. Note: Please refer to page 247 for order details Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling Punch Press Tooling 276 “Reduce your tooling costs” Burring (or extruded) forms are usually used to help provide a stronger tapped thread in thin sheet metal. Five upform burring tool tips. M2.6, M3, M4, M5 & M6. Kit handles a wide range of material thickness from 0.8 ~ 2.3mm. One touch adjustable head. Easy punch and die tip changeover. Low die for consistent results. Specially coated die tips to reduce friction and wear. Burring Kit Note: P/P = Pre-pierce diameter. These tools are not included in the kit. Other kits are available for imperial sizes, stainless steel and roll taps. 0.8t Inside ØA 2.21 2.57 3.40 4.30 5.10 P/Tip Ø Form Data P/P h 3.3 3.6 4.8 1.3 1.3 2.0 1.5 1.7 1.8 1.0t P/Tip Ø Form Data P/P h 1.2t P/Tip Ø Form Data P/P h 1.6t P/Tip Ø Form Data P/P h 2.0t P/Tip Ø Form Data P/P h 2.3t (M/S Only) P/Tip Ø Form Data P/P h 3.6 4.0 4.8 1.3 1.3 2.0 1.8 2.0 2.0 3.6 4.0 4.8 1.3 1.6 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.2 3.6 4.0 5.1 1.6 1.6 2.3 2.2 2.4 2.5 5.1 2.3 3.0 5.1 2.5 3.2 6.0 2.3 2.3 6.0 2.3 2.5 6.3 2.8 2.8 6.6 2.8 3.2 6.6 3.0 3.5 7.0 3.0 2.6 7.2 3.0 3.1 7.4 3.8 3.2 7.4 3.8 3.4 Tooling Specification e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: www.amada.co.uk 279 Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling Punch Press Tooling “Reduce tooling costs with replaceable punch tips” Tip Type Tooling Available in Thick Turret ‘C’, ‘D’ & ‘E’ Station. Punch tips available in D2 & M2 tool steels. Punch tip available in APH tool steel for increased tool life and machine productivity. 278 “Positive location for spotwelding” Locator Tool II Downform tool providing positive location for spotwelding purposes. No visible marking on the outside of the component. Allows positive location on external components. Locator Tool Semi-Shear Tool “Positive location for spotwelding” Eliminates expensive spotwelding jigs. Forms locate inside 3mm dia punched holes on mating part. Upform or downform available. Downform shown “The alternative Micro-Joint method” Allows small components to be easily “snapped out” of the sheet. Maintains sheet rigidity when slitting around large components ‘B’ Stn can be used on 0.8t ~ 3.0t material Available in Thick & Thin Turret Tooling Specification e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: www.amada.co.uk Punch Press Tooling Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling 280 281 “Increase your forming possibilities” Auto-Index Marking Tool Characters can be stamped individually by a series of tips. Tips are inter-changeable. Character selection is made by rotating the tool in the auto-index station. Depth of mark = approx. 0.2mm. “Allowing versatility and flexibility of the turret layout” Conversion Sleeve Low cost solution for tool location within the turret. Smaller tool assembly simply fits inside Conversion Sleeves. Conversions available are: ‘A’ to ‘B’, ‘A’ to ‘C’, ‘B’ to ‘C’, ‘B’ to ‘D’, ‘B’ to ‘E’, ‘C’ to ‘D’ and ‘C’ to ‘E’. Station Size Number of Characters Max. Character Size (mm) Max. Material Thickness (mm) ‘B’ ‘C’ 10 24 5.0 x 3.5 4.5 x 2.5 3.2 3.2 “Eliminate bruising on soft or pre-painted materials” Light Duty Springs Simply fitted in place of standard stripping spring. Minimise stripping force during punching. Component surface kept mark free. Available to suit ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ & ‘E’ Stations. “Reduce punching noise levels” Silent Tooling Punch bodies have compound angles to reduce required stripping force. Integral sound dampers are located in the punch head and inside the guide. Reduces overall noise levels by approx. 10dB. Available for ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ & ‘E’ Stations. Tooling Specification e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: www.amada.co.uk 283 Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling Punch Press Tooling 282 “Ultimate strength with a high function die” Bi-Metal Die Deals with the extreme demands put on large station dies. Upper layer is made from high speed steel to ensure a hard and sharp cutting edge. A lower layer is produced from a special alloy steel to ensure the die is tough and durable. “Ensure optimum working conditions” Dummy Dies Brush dies to reduce underside sheet marking, available for ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ & ‘E’ Stations. Also available in sheet saver style. Roller Bearing Die for unused stations, available for ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ & ‘E’ Stations. Flat Dummy Die for unused stations, available for ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ & ‘E’ Stations. “Enhanced punching conditions” KK Die Minute back taper provides pinch point. KK die ensures that the slug is punched out and not held in the die. Completely removes slug from punching area. Ensures positive working conditions. “Optimum punching conditions” Air inlets ensure powerful die vacuum to remove slug. Reduced punch stroke by decreasing bottom position. Significant increases in machine punch hit rate. Recommended for EM and Acute series. Vacuum Die Pinch point EM Tooling Tooling Specification e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Website: www.amada.co.uk 285 Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling Punch Press Tooling 284 “Prevents the loss of shims” Shim Keepers Easy & secure setting of shims to die. Shim Keeper also functions as a shim. Shims can be stored with the die ready for immediate use. ‘A’ & ‘B’ Station sets available. 1 off set comprises: 5 off shim keeper - 0.5mm 5 off die shim - 0.2mm 5 off die shim - 0.4mm “Ensure optimum working conditions” Standard Shims Used to adjust the height of re-ground tooling. Punch shims available: ‘C’, ‘D’ & ‘E’ Station. Die shims available: ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ & ‘E’ Station. Shim shape for ‘A’ & ‘B’ dies. Also ‘C’ punch Shim shape for ‘C’, ‘D’ & ‘E’ dies Shim shape for ‘D’ & ‘E’ punches “For good punching conditions” Slug Ejectors Made from urethane material. “Maintaining accuracy for punching” Aligns top and bottom turrets. Ensures quality produced components. Keeps machine in optimum condition. ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ & ‘E’ Station Alignment Jigs available. Alignment Jigs Ejector Dimensions Code type Diameter Height No. No. 1 3.3mm 6.5mm 910010 No. 2 6.3mm 10.0mm 910020 No. Note: Please refer to Page 262 for order details 3 10.3mm 16.0mm 910030 Tooling Specification Tel: 0845 841 2410 Fax: 0845 841 2420 Punch Press Tooling 286 Correct Use of Punch Press Tooling Warning Before you use your tooling, carefully read the operator’s machine manual and use the tooling as specified in the manual. Unless you observe the correct instructions, tooling or parts may be damaged as a result of incorrect use, resulting in risk of personal injury. 1. Please inspect the tooling thoroughly before use. If you find any defect or damage to the tooling, it should not be used. 2. The tools shown in this handbook are manufactured for use on a numerically controlled turret punch press (NCT). If tooling is used in any other machine please contact the Tooling Hotline for supervision and advice. 3. Never modify tooling by yourself. Such modifications can be dangerous. 4. Do not use the tooling in excess of their maximum allowable tonnage (see table below). Tool Size Max. Allowable Tonnage ‘A’ Station ‘B’ Station 6 Tonne 17 Tonne Maximum Allowable Tonnage Diameter Of Hole That Can Be Punched At Maximum Allowable Tonnage Mat. Thickness (mm) 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 ‘A’ Station (mm) ‘B’ Station (mm) Mild Steel Stainless Steel Mild Steel Stainless Steel Ø12.7 Ø12.7 Ø12.7 Ø11.5 Ø 9.5 Ø 8.0 Ø12.7 Ø12.7 Ø10.5 Ø 8.0 - - Ø31.7 Ø31.7 Ø31.7 Ø31.7 Ø27.0 Ø23.0 Ø31.7 Ø31.7 Ø30.0 Ø22.5 Ø18.0 Ø15.0 Note: Tensile strength is assumed to be 40kg/mm² for Mild Steel and 60kg/mm² for Stainless Steel CONTENTS Tool Use Page Lance The window of the air 2 Louver The window of the air 3 Bridge The hook, The guide of partition 4 Guide rail The guide rail of printed circuit boards 5 Burring round Tapping, Electrical cable or pipe through sheet. 6 Burring shape The operation box, The cover of machine. 7 Endless burring The duct flange, The cover of machine. 8 Countersink coining The flat head bolt sink to the sheet. 9 Auto-Index marking downward 10 pieces (0~9) stamps by Auto-index station. 10 Emboss upward The bolt head or nut head sink to the sheet. 11 Emboss downward The bolt head or nut head sink to the sheet. 12 Countersink The flat head bolt sink to the sheet. 13 Beading Reinforce of the sheet. 14 Halfshear Spot welding, positioning 15 Knockout round The switchboard product. 16 Knockout shape The switchboard product. 17 Double knockout The switchboard product for two kind of diameter. 18 Slit The slit clearance is zero. 19 Max. Mild steel =2.3t /Max. Stainless steel =1.5t ●Product image ●Tool image ◆Available dimension range (with bothside angle) Tool size B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. B max.(mm) 25.0 40.0 85.0 105.0 H Max.(mm) H-type 8.0 L-type 5.0 A max.(mm) 10.0 25.0 30.0 30.0 P1 max.(mm) θ2 max. P2 max.(mm) ◆Available dimension range (with bothside straight) Tool size B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. B max.(mm) 25.0 40.0 85.0 105.0 H(Max.) H-type 8.0 L-type 5.0 A max.(mm) 10.0 25.0 30.0 30.0 P1 max.(mm) P2 max.(mm) ◆Tool structure(For example) ◆Note 1.Note of tool handling. ●Please adjustment using shim. Fig.1 is little the shim Fig.2 is more the shim. ●Sometimes, Please tighten bolts . ●Please don't rotate the machine turret with clamp on the turret. 2.Note of program. ●Please insert M08,M09 in the program. ●If possible, the lance process is final hit in the program. ●Please don't use near the lance tool station . The marring occure on the sheet. (Fig.3) 10.0 7.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 0 10.0 7.0 3°(but case of P=0 , must be over 15°) LANCE Tool (Upward) Shim Fig.1 Fig.2 Exact . Marring Marring Standard Die Lance die Fig.3 Max. Mild steel =2.3t Max. Stainless steel =1.5t ●Product image ●Tool image ◆Available dimension range B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. A Max.(mm) H-type 14.0 20.0 25.0 25.0 L-type 14.0 20.0 20.0 B Max.(mm) H-type 20.0 40.0 85.0 105.0 L-type 20.0 40.0 85.0 H Max.(mm) H-type 4.5 6.5 6.5 6.5 L-type 4.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 ●Louver height H≦A x 0.6 ●Less than 1.2mm thickness:Louver height is less than 4.5mm  ●NCT H-type D-Sta. & E-Sta. are tip type tool .( Exchangable punch tip & die tip ) ◆Tool structure(For example) ◆Tip parts for repeat order P1 Min.(mm) P2 Min.(mm) Tool size LOUVER Tool (Upward) Shim Shim Cutting tip Forming tip Same structure D-Sta. & E-Sta. B-Sta. & C-Sta. Forming punchtip Cutting punchtip We decide E dimension by P2(pitch). Die tip Ejecter plate Max. Mild steel =2.0t Max. Stainless steel =1.5t ●Product image & Tool image ◆Available dimension range < Single type > Downward Tool size B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. B-Sta. A Min. (mm) 2.0 A Max. (mm) 14.0 20.0 14.0 B Max.(mm) 20.0 40.0 20.0 H Max.(mm) 3.0 θ min. 30° < Double type > A Min. (mm) 2.0 C Min. (mm) 2.0 D Max. (mm) 14.0 20.0 14.0 ◆Tool structure(For example) ◆Note ●Please don't use near the lance tool statio The marring occure on the sheet. (Fig.1) inquiry 2.0 2.0 inquiry inquiry Upward 5.0 30° 2.0 BRIDGE Tool (Upward & Downward) Single type Double type < Single type > < Double type > Min. R0.5 Min. R0.5 Shim Marring Standard Die Bridge die Fig.1 Max. Mild steel =1.6t Max. Stainless steel =1.0t ●Product image & Tool image ◆Available dimension range H (mm) H-Type L-Type ●Height (H) = approx. thickness x 2 ◆Tool structure(For example) ◆Note ●If the shim is not enough , the guide will be open .(Fig 1) ●Please don't use near the lance tool station . The marring occure on the sheet. (Fig.2) ●If the pre-hole is too big , the guide will be little deformation.(Fig 3) Max. 4.0mm ( Case of 1.6mm t ) Tool size B Max. (mm) A (mm) 1.7 ~ 2.5 ( This value changes different between thickness & material .) C-Sta. 40.0 D-Sta. 80.0 E-Sta. 100.0 Max. 4.0mm ( Case of 1.6mm t ) GUIDERAIL Tool (Upward) open Fig 1 Fig 2 Fig 3 Marring Standard Die Deformation Shim Shim Max. Mild steel =2.3t Max. Stainless steel =1.2t ●Product image & Tool image ◆Available dimension range B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. 15.0 35.0 65.0 90.0 H Max. (mm) H-Type 5.0 L-Type 5.0 P Max. (mm) Solid guide type Standard guide type 26.5+D/2 37.5+D/2 58.0+D/2 69.0+D/2 ●Case of stainless sheet : TIC corting with the die. ●Approx. pre-punch = ( D-(2H-t) )+0.5 ◆Tool structure(For example) Tool size 5.0 4.0 5+φD+2t φD Max. (mm) BURRING Tool (Upward two process) Round Spring type is weak spring . Max. Mild steel =2.3t Max. Stainless steel =1.2t ●Product image & Tool image ◆Available dimension range Tool size B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. A Max. (mm) 14.0 20.0 30.0 30.0 B Max. (mm) 24.0 45.0 80.0 110.0 H Max. (mm) H-Type 4.0 L-Type 3.5 Solid guide type P1 Min. (mm) P2 Min. (mm) Standard guide type P1 Min. (mm) 27.5+A/2 38.5+A/2 59.0+A/2 70.0+A/2 P2 Min. (mm) 27.5+B/2 38.5+B/2 59.0+B/2 70.+B/2 Corner Radius (mm) ●Case of stainless sheet : TIC corting with the die. ◆Tool structure(For example) H≦Corner R 5.0 4.0 9.5+2t+A 9.5+2t+A BURRING Tool (Upward two process) Shape Spring type is weak spring . Corner R Max. Mild steel =1.6t ●Product image & Tool image ◆Available dimension range ◆Tool structure(For example) Tool size B-Sta. H Max. (mm) H-Type 5.0 L-Type 3.0 Corner Radius Min.(mm) 15.0 ●Auto-Index type ●Nibbling process ENDRESS BURRING Tool Free Free Radius is over R15 Max. Mild steel =3.2t Max. Stainless steel =3.2t ●Product image & Tool image ◆Available dimension range Tool size A-Sta.(Solid) B-Sta.(Tip) B-Sta.(Solid) B-Sta.(Tip) φD Max. (mm) 12.0 15.0 12.0 10.0 C Min. (mm) ●Case of aluminum , please use solid type. ◆Table of pre-hole for coining (approx.) t (mm) M2 x 0.4 M2.5 x 0.45 M2.6 x 0.45 M3 x 0.5 M4 x 0.7 M5 x 0.8 M6 x 1.0 1.0 3.5 4.5 4.8 5.7 1.2 3.5 4.5 4.5 5.3 7.3 1.5 3.2 4.2 4.5 5.3 7.3 9.0 1.6 3.0 4.0 4.3 5.0 7.0 8.8 10.8 2.0 3.0 3.8 4.0 4.8 7.0 8.6 10.6 2.3 3.0 3.8 4.0 4.8 6.8 8.5 10.5 2.5 4.5 6.5 8.4 10.4 3.0 4.3 6.0 8.0 10.0 3.2 4.0 5.8 7.8 9.8 ◆Tool structure(For example) ◆Note ●When the deformation occer sheet surface , please widen pre-hole diameter . Downward Upward 0.3 COUNTERSINK COINING Tool φd ≒φD- ( ( t - C ) x 2 ) Down Up Max. Mild steel =3.2t /Max. Stainless steel =3.2t ●Product and Tool image ◆The methode of input program Letter 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 C AXIS 0° 36° 72° 108° 144° 180° 216° 252° 288° 324° The Tool center is 12mm different letter center . Please care input dimension value to the program. ◆Note ●The ring holder & lifter ring are different on each mashine. ◆Tool structure(For example) Please inform us machine type & turret type when you order ◆For example program ●Origin point is X=488. X=50. And stamping letter 10mm pitch . G92 X1000, Y1000,; G90 X50, Y500, T256, C0,; X60 , C36, ; X70 , C72, ; X80 , C108, ; X90 , C144, ; G50; Auto-Index stamping Tool (Downward) PAT.P Ring holder & Lifter ring Max. Mild steel =2.3t /Max. Stainless steel =1.5t ●Product and Tool image ◆Available dimension range ( ROUND ) Tool size B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. φD Max. (mm) 20.0 40.0 65.0 90.0 H Max. (mm) H-Type 30°≦θ≦ 45° L-Type H Max. (mm) H-Type 4.0 45°≦θ L-Type 4.0 P Min. (mm) Solid guide type Standard guide type 26.5+D/2 37.5+D/2 58.0+D/2 69.0+D/2 ※ φd≧H C≧Thickness ◆Available dimension range ( SHAPE ) Tool size B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. A Max.(mm) 14.0 20.0 50.0 50.0 B Max.(mm) 25.0 45.0 80.0 110.0 H Max. (mm) H-Type 30°≦θ≦ 45° L-Type H Max. (mm) H-Type 4.0 45°≦θ L-Type 4.0 Solid guide type P1 Min. (mm) 9.5 + A P2 Min. (mm) 9.5 + A Standard guide type P1 Min. (mm) 26.5 +A/2 37.5 +A/2 58.0 +A/2 69.0 +A/2 P2 Min. (mm) 26.5 +B/2 37.5 +B/2 58.0 +B/2 69.0 +B/2 ◆Tool structure(For example) ◆Note ●When the emboss punch on the sheet of end , the sheet of end will deform. ●The θangle must be over 30°. 10 + φD2 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 6.5 5.0 6.5 5.0 inquiry inquiry EMBOSS Tool (Upwnward two process) Round,Shape Max. Mild steel =2.0t /Max. Stainless steel =1.5t ●Product and Tool image ◆Available dimension range Tool size B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. A Max. (mm) 10.0 20.0 30.0 H Max. (mm) H-Type 3.0 6.0 6.0 L-Type P Min.(mm) ※H ≦ A x 1/3 ※Available straight type and circular type. ◆Tool structure(For example) ◆Note ●Sheet feed pitch is 1.0mm best . ●If the pitch will be over 1.0mm,the form is not good .(Fig1) ●Threr is a deformation like a Fig2 . 10+A 3.0 BEADING Tool (Upward) Deformation Max. Mild steel =3.2t /Max. Stainless steel =1.5t ●Product and Tool image ◆Available dimension range A-Sta. B-Sta. A-Sta. B-Sta. φD Max. (mm) H-Type 6.0 15.0 6.0 25.0 L-Type 15.0 25.0 ※H Max.= 0.6 x t ※The top of halfshear is like a Fig1. ( Small radius ) ◆Tool structure(For example) ◆Note ●Case of mild steel 2.3mm and stainless steel 1.5m please use B-Sta. for stability. Tool size Upward Downward HALFSHEAR Tool (Upward, Downward) A-Sta. B-Sta. Small radius Upward Downward Max. Mild steel =2.5t /Max. Stainless steel =1.5t ●Product and Tool image ◆Available dimension range Tool size B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. φD Max. (mm) 14.5 40 65 90 25 50 80 105 Min. pitch (mm) D+9.5 D/2+37.5 D/2+58.0 D/2+69.0 D+9.5 D+9.5 D+9.5 D+9.5 C tab (mm) Tab account Tonnage ≦Machine Tonnage x 0.7(for mecanical machine type) Tonnage ≦Machine Tonnage x 0.5(for hydraulic machine type) ※Tonnage= φD x π x thickness x 40 x 0.001(For mild steel) ◆Note ●Methode of adjustment Case of Fig1. : If the slug don't remove , please insert punch shim. Case of Fig2. : If the slug easy remove ,please change thin punch shim. 2 places 1.5 x or 2.0 x thickness KNOCKOUT Tool (Upward, Downward) Round Max. Mild steel =2.5t /Max. Stainless steel =1.5t ●Product and Tool image ◆Available dimension range Tool size B-Sta. C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. A Max. (mm) 14.0 20.0 30.0 30.0 B Max. (mm) 25.0 45.0 80.0 110.0 P1 Min. (mm) A+9.5 A/2+37.5 A/2+58.0 A/2+69.0 P2 Min. (mm) B+9.5 B/2+37.5 B/2+58.0 B/2+69.0 Tab Tab account Tonnage ≦Machine Tonnage x 0.7(for mecanical machine type) Tonnage ≦Machine Tonnage x 0.5(for hydraulic machine type) ※Tonnage= ((Ax2)+(Bx2)) x thickness x 40 x 0.001(For mild steel) ◆Note ●Methode of adjustment Case of Fig1. : If the slug don't remove , please insert punch shim. Case of Fig2. : If the slug easy remove ,please change thin punch shim. ◆Tool structure(For example) 1.5 x or 2.0 x thickness 2 places KNOCKOUT Tool (Upward, Downward) Shape Max. Mild steel =2.5t /Max. Stainless steel =1.5t ●Product and Tool image ◆Available dimension range Tool size C-Sta. D-Sta. E-Sta. Min. pitch D1/2+37.5 D1/2+58.0 D1/2+69.0 Max. D1 dia. φ35 φ60 φ85 Min. C dim. 3.0 4.0 5.0 < Tonnage condition > ※Tonnage = π x t x 40 ( D1+D2) x 0.001 (For mildsteel) Tonnage ≦Machine Tonnage x 0.7(for mecanical machine type) Tonnage ≦Machine Tonnage x 0.5(for hydraulic machine type) ◆Note ●Methode of adjustment : If the slug don't remove , please insert punch shim. : If the slug easy remove ,please change thin punch shim. ◆Tool structure(For example) Case of Fig1. Case of Fig2. DOUBLE KNOCKOUT Tool (Upward) Slug don't remove Easy remove Shim Max. Mild steel =1.6t /Max. Stainless steel =1.0t ●Product and Tool image ◆Available dimension range Max. Thickness (mm) Mild steel Stainless steel ◆Tool structure(For example) Tool size Sheet feed pitch (mm) B-Sta. 1.6 1.0 2~3 SLIT Tool Tool Center End of sheet Feed direction Clamp A(1/2”), B(11/4”) size forming tool This forming tooling requires the punch height adjustment Note: As punching machine’s characteristic the BDP(bottom dead point) has some tolerance and it will deflect the position. To avoid the tooling damage the tooling is shipped with shorter punch height. So it is necessary to adjust the tooling height for each forming tool. Adjustment should execute from shorter height to make it longer. For the trial to adjust the height insert the command M08,M09 and M00 in program is used as single block. M08 and M09 are not necessary for nibbling work. Please refer to machine operator’s manual for machine operation. Before installing the tooling to turret please clean the turret station to locate. Adjustment method for forming tooling head Spring type Upper head Lower head Procedure 1. pull out the punch body from the guide and fix it firmly on the tool assembly jig or on the vice. Be sure not to damage the punch body. 2. slacken the bolts on punch head. 3. adjust the punch height length by turning the upper and lower heads together with belt wrench ( machine accessory) 4. after height adjustment finish, tighten the bolts so that the gap remains 1 mm between heads as shown in the picture. 5. height adjustment value will be determined by trial. Solid type ( without spring) Upper head Lower head Procedure 1. pull out the punch body from the guide and fix it firmly on the tool assembly jig or on the vice. Be sure not to damage the punch body. 2. slacken the bolts on punch head. 3. turn the punch head by hand to adjust the height 4. after height adjustment finish, tighten the bolts so that the gap remains 1 mm between heads as shown in the picture. 5. height adjustment value will be determined by trial. End 10th May2006 Instruction manual for B station( 1 1/4” )strong type spring. There are 2 types of 1 1/4” strong type spring as follows: - There is groove on the die body and ejector plate (fig. A). - Key is inserted into the die body (fig. B). Groove Key The installation procedure: 1. Fix on the vise carefully so the die isn’t damaged, and install the spring. Hexagon Wrench Damage prevention Pipe Spring Die Gap *Tighten the stripper bolt until the shoulder touches. If it isn’t tightened enough, it will be the cause of tool damage. 2. Insert a gunmetal bar from the underside of the lower turret, and insert the die by putting the turret key and die groove together from the upper turret side. Put the gunmetal bar to the center of the die, and lower the die assembly slowly. 3. Strike or tap the die surface softly with the gunmetal bar from the upper turret side, and insert it to the die holder bottom. 4. Confirm the direction of the key, and put a punch to the upper turret. In the case of Z turret, put to the die holder after the spring is assembled. Gunmetal Bar Lowering slowly. Groove Turret Key Gunmetal Bar Strike softly The removing procedure: 1. Remove the punch from the upper turret. 2. Insert the gunmetal bar from the underside of the lower turret, and push the die up slowly. 3. Remove the die from the upper turret. This is opposite way of the installation. The installation procedure: 1. Put the die to the die holder. 2. Put the strong type spring from the underside of the lower turret, and tighten the stripper bolt and fix the spring. Stripper Bolt Pipe Hexagon Wrench *Tighten the stripper bolt until the shoulder touches. If it isn’t tightened enough, it will be the cause of tool damage. Gap 3. Strike the die surface softly with the gunmetal bar from the upper turret side, and insert it to the die holder bottom. Gunmetal Bar Strike Softly 4. Confirm the direction of the key, and put a punch to the upper turret. The removing procedure: 1. Remove the punch from the upper turret. 2. Remove the strong type spring, and remove the die from the lower die holder. This is opposite way of the installation. End