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Single Die

Single Die

A single die is generally composed of one or more concave dies and a convex dies, which refers to completing the process in a stamping stroke only in one station.

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Orienson's Single Die
Orienson's Single Die

A single die can be divided into punching die, bending die, drawing die, plunging die, and integral die. Single die structure is simple with low cost, short processing cycle, easy to adjust. It is suitable for the simple structure product with small order amounts.

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Types of Single Die

Single Die

Single Die

Single Die
Single Mould

Single Mould

Single Mould
Simple Press Tool

Simple Press Tool

Simple Press Tool
Single Punch Press

Single Punch Press

Single Punch Press

What is The difference between Single Die and Progressive Die?

What is The different between Single Die and Progressive Die?

Simple speaking, a single die refers to taking out the material and then repeating the operation.

What is The different between Single Die and Progressive Die?

And a progressive die stroke can punch out a finished product, which means putting several processes integrated into a mold, progressive die is mechanical automatic feeding and continuous stamping.

Single Die Design

Single die structure is simple, easy to manufacture. To those metal stamping parts that need high accuracy and blanking quality requirements, manufacturing precision and service life of the single die become bottlenecks to affect the yield and quality.

 In our production practice, Orienson has rich experience in reducing tooling costs, shortening the mold production cycle, and improving the production efficiency of stamping parts. We can help customers solve these bottlenecks.  

Single Die Design

Benefits of Single Die

Benefits of Single Die
Unguided Single Process Die
Unguided Single Process Die

Unguided single process dies, are characterized by simple structure, lightweight, small size, easy mold manufacturing, low cost. However, the installation of the die is troublesome, the die life is low, the precision of the stamping parts is poor, and the operation is not safe. The unguided simple die is suitable for stamping parts with low precision and a simple shape.

Benefits of Single Die
Guide Plate-type Simple Stamping Die
Guide Plate-type Simple Stamping Die

Guide plate-type simple stamping die, is characterized by its high precision, long life, safe operation, but more complex manufacturing. It is commonly suitable for the workpiece with a simple shape and small size.

Benefits of Single Die
Guide Pillar Simple Stamping Die
Guide Pillar Simple Stamping Die

Guide pillar simple stamping die, the accuracy and reliability of the mold ensure the stamping gap uniform, high precision stamping workpiece. The mold life is long and is convenient to install and use in the press, thus this type of stamping die is the most widely used and suitable for mass production.  

What Are The Materials Used To Make Stamping Molds?

The materials of stamping die are steel, hard alloy, steel bonded carbide, zinc base alloy, low melting point alloy, aluminum bronze, high polymer materials, and so on. Most of the materials used to manufacture stamping die are mainly steel. The common types of working parts materials of mold are carbon tool steel, low alloy tool steel, high carbon high chromium or medium chromium tool steel, carbon alloy steel, high-speed steel, matrix steel and hard alloy, steel-bonded hard alloy, and so on.  

What Are The Materials Used To Make Stamping Molds?
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