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By James Bralla

From uncooked fabrics ... to machining and casting ... to meeting and completing, the second one version of this vintage advisor will introduce you to the foundations and techniques of layout for Manufacturability (DFM)?the artwork of constructing top quality items for the bottom attainable production price. Written by means of over 70 specialists in production and product layout, this replace gains state-of-the-art ideas for each degree of manufacturing?plus totally new chapters on DFM for Electronics, DFX (Designing for all fascinating attributes), DFM for Low-Quality creation, and Concurrent Engineering.

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Com) Copyright © 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies. All rights reserved. Any use is subject to the Terms of Use as given at the website. Process description A blank of metal, cut from wire or rod, protrudes from a stationary die and is formed by a shaped punch, which moves axially against the blank, to a shape which is larger than the diameter of the blank. This is the same process as cold extrusion. A blank of metal in a die is compressed by a punch, forming it either backward around the punch or forward through a die opening, or both.

The best applications are longer parts with complex cross-sectional shapes. Production is rapid. Surface finish and dimensional consistency are good. Requires ductile material. There are shape and size limitations. ) Undercuts, thin walls. Reentrant shapes normally are not feasible. The size of a part is limited Useful especially for long, hollow parts required in large quantities. Production is rapid. Surface finish is good. Best suited to high-volume production of small parts. Parts have smooth surfaces and improved physical properties.

Reentrant angles are difficult or not feasible. Labor content is higher than in stamping. Improved surface finish and squareness of sheared edges. Parts have higher dimensional accuracy and better flatness. Suitable for complex parts with a high degree of forming. Reverse and overlapping bends are feasible. Very low tooling costs and short lead times make the process attractive for short runs, prototypes, etc. Surface finish is good. Wall thickness must be essentially uniform. Edges may be rough.

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