—- Deep Draw Fundamentals: Part 6

—- Deep Draw Fundamentals: Part 6

—- Deep Draw Fundamentals: Part 6

Created By: accurateforstg
May 30, 2012

Moving forward with our examination of part characteristics, the next type of part would be classified as difficult. These parts typically have tapered drawn shells, average visual requirements, overall length of 3 ½ to 5 times the diameter of the shell, overall length tolerance of + or – .005, outside diameter or inside diameter tolerance of + or – .001 and material requirements of stainless steel, titanium or Monel.

Lastly, regarding the characteristics, would be the most difficult part types. These parts could have features such as radial nose shaped shells, multiple pierced or formed shells and sides pierced or thread rolled shells. Parts classified as most difficult may also have involved secondary operations. The overall length of the part will be greater than 5 times the diameter of the shell, and tolerances will be critical.

Next time we will examine the tolerances Accurate Forming can work to.


---- Deep Draw Fundamentals: Part 6

With a streamlined process, Accurate Forming was able to increase production volume and reduce costs successfully allowing the company to improve the durability and visual appearance of the product.

This worksheet will help you with the following:


Easily compare the Deep Drawn process and the Screw Machining process to decide which one is the most effectively meets your needs.


Learn what to look for in a parts manufacturer and what questions you should be asking suppliers.


Quickly provide information on two of the most popular metal forming processes used today.

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