March 1942

Short Run Stamping and Forming . . . Without Dies

Volume 26, Issue 1
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Extremely versatile method of forming produces parts within tolerances of 0.001-inch; appears well suited for wide variety of work; requires no costly dies

IT IS the custom to divide the die cost by the total number of metal pieces that are to be produced to obtain cost per piece. Where the run may be 5,000 or more pieces, especially where repeat runs are expected, quite a large die cost can be absorbed easily.

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