Line/Transfer Die Stamping

In transfer die stamping, a strip of metal is fed into the first station of a mechanical transport system, where the blank for the component is cut from the strip. The blank is then transferred mechanically through various forming stations until a finished part is produced. These different forming stations are necessary for the various forming operations such as deep drawing, trimming, piercing and flanging.

AutoForm’s software enables you to rapidly and accurately simulate the entire stamping process including drawing and secondary operations as well as springback. The simulation and results evaluation with our software provides you with all the necessary information to design the stamping process.

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