When You Design a Stamping Parts

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asked Jul 22, 2019 in Electron Microscopy by kexonplastic (2,100 points)
edited Jul 22, 2019 by kexonplastic

When you design a Stamping Parts (XINGHUI), do you consider how the design affects manufacturing costs? All too often stamped parts are designed to have certain features and tolerances with little consideration given to the effect these features have on the manufacturing process and costs. To optimize cost savings, you must take into account how the design interacts with and affects downstream processes. The failure or success of a stamping operation begins with good, cost-effective part design.

Among the factors that affect downstream operations and influence cost are the type and thickness of the metal, you specify to make the part. The selected material has a direct impact on several aspects of the manufacturing process. High-strength steel grades often necessitate adding extreme-pressure additives such as sulfur to the lubricant. These additives not only increase lubricant cost, but they often create welding problems during the assembly process. In addition, using bright stainless steel requires the lubricant to have special wetting agents to help it stick to the metal.

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