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Carbide Die Design - Impact Upon Wire Quality

Carbide Die Design - Impact Upon Wire Quality

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Reduction zone must have accurate conical angle with smooth surface finish. Angle and bearing have a common centerline. Reduction angle designed with correct degree of angle for reduction in area o ...
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Number of pages:4
Year published:1991
Weight:0.2500
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By Thomas Maxwell, Die Quip Corp., USA.
1991
 
Reduction zone must have accurate conical angle with smooth surface finish.Angle and bearing have a common centerline.Reduction angle designed with correct degree of angle for reduction in area of incoming wire.Bearing requires roundness, straightness, and flat, smooth surface finish.Bearing machined to close dimensional tolerance. The intent of this paper is to show the relationship between the sound finishing method used to manufacture dies and their impact on wire quality. Modern die finishing equipment, which completely finishes dies automatically, eliminates costly and inaccurate hand finishing methods.
  
 
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