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One is called a press, the other is called a hammer. At this point I am just regurgitating what I have read. You can see that the press is able to shape the metal more which is is good in that it is faster but worse in that you have less control. The hammer takes longer to shape the metal but that means you have more control. In addition, the press is in ...


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It's a lathe dog. It grips the part and extends over so it can be pushed by the spindle so the lathe motor can turn it. Like the chuck, it grips the part so the part must follow it in the circumferential direction but unlike the chuck it does not impose any radial positioning to the part. Why is this useful? Why not just use the chuck? Well, a chuck grips ...


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Springback will mostly be controlled by yield strength. And because all three materials have the same minimum yield (140 Mpa), the only option is to bend samples. You could get identical results with all three materials. Also , your material supplier has poor process control ; notice DC 01 has a range of yield from 140 to 280 MPa. You need luck or a new ...


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