AutoForm Training Seminars

Draw Die Development / Process Layout

Worldwide: Training Seminars

Worldwide: Training Seminars

Training seminars are held at AutoForm’s offices in the USA, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Japan, Korea as well as in other countries. Please contact your local AutoForm office for further information. Upon request, the seminars can also be held at customer sites.

USA: Training Seminars

Trainings to be scheduled upon request. Please contact us to schedule a session, or send us your filled in request for quotation.

Contact
AutoForm Engineering USA, Inc.
Attn: Kidambi Kannan
755 W. Big Beaver Road
Suite 300
Troy, MI 48084

+1 888 428 8636 x 104
+1 888 528 8636
E-mail

This course deals with the basics of draw die development and process layout. It teaches basic rules and concepts to design draw die developments for outer and inner panels, and for structural reinforcements. Factors which influence the manufacturing process for a part are also covered.

Content:

  • Planning data from the press shop
    (press line, automation, batch size)
  • Classification of part geometry
    (outer skin/field of vision, lay-on surface, sealing surface)
  • Die face design:
    - effect of tip angle and blankholder design
    - addendum (trim, punch opening line, drawbars, take-up beads)
  • Process layout:
    - number of dies required
    - development of flanges
    - trim operations/scrap disposal
    - restrike and flanging operations
  • Integration of forming simulation

Audience

This two-day course is intended for process, stamping and manufacturing engineers, for tool designers (prototype and series production tools), and for press shop planners.

Training seminars are held at AutoForm’s offices in the USA, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Japan, Korea as well as in other countries. Please contact your local AutoForm office for further information. Upon request, the seminars can also be held at customer sites.

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