Sequence planning for stamping operations in progressive dies

@article{Moghaddam2015SequencePF,
  title={Sequence planning for stamping operations in progressive dies},
  author={M. J. Moghaddam and M. R. Soleymani and Mohammad Ali Farsi},
  journal={Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={347-357}
}
A Progressive die is used to transform flat strips of sheet metal into a formed part. This transformation is performed progressively by a series of stations that stamp the material into a desired shape. The progressive dies reduce the time and cost of producing complex sheet metal components. The design and manufacture of these dies is difficult and complex. Computerized systems have been proved very useful tools for this task. In this paper, a computerized system for the design of the stamping… 

Stamping Tools for Sheet Metal Forming: Current State and Future Research Directions

Sheet metal forming tools play an important role in the manufacturing of many products. With shorter product life cycles and demand for shorter time to market for new products, the process for design

Development of a new method to automatic nesting and piloting system design for progressive die

A new method for curve recognition by dividing part’s element into component points is presented for finding the best nesting and piloting state and leads to a decrease in the time of design.

Development of a new method to automatic nesting and piloting system design for progressive die

A new method for curve recognition by dividing part’s element into component points is presented for finding the best nesting and piloting state and leads to a decrease in the time of design.

An automatic system for deciding bend sequence of bending parts

Abstract To decide a proper bend sequence for manufacturing a defect-free bending part on a bending die is tedious, time-consuming and highly experience-based activity. This article presents the

A new design method based on feature reusing of the non-standard cam structure for automotive panels stamping dies

Comparisons with different design methods demonstrate that the newly developed system shows excellent performance in the design of complex non-standard cams for automotive panels.

Automated process planning and cost estimation under material quality uncertainty

In mass customization production environment, once an order is placed, a product quotation must be fed back to the customer in a relatively short time. Estimation of the product cost, however, can

Survey on computer-aided process planning

  • Y. YusofK. Latif
  • Computer Science
    The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology
  • 2014
An up-to-date survey with graphical representation for easy understanding of the past, present, and future of CAPP.

Survey on computer-aided process planning

An up-to-date survey with graphical representation for easy understanding of the past, present, and future of CAPP.

Optimization of Crankshaft Grinding Process Using CNC Tracing Grinding Machine with Double Grinding Carriages

: Based on CNC tracing grinding machine with double grinding carriages, which is the core equipment in the automobile engine crankshaft production line, a research on the optimization of crankshaft

A genetic algorithm for operation sequencing in CAPP using edge selection based encoding strategy

The edge selection based strategy could produce feasible solutions in initialization, and assures that every feasible solution will be generated with acceptable probability so as to improve GA’s converging efficiency.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 26 REFERENCES

A New Computerized System for Piercing and Bending Progressive Die Design

A Progressive die is used to transform flat strips of sheet metal into a formed part. This transformation is performed progressively by a series of stations that cut and bend the material into a

Logic programming for process planning in the domain of sheet metal forming with progressive dies

In this work an intelligent system pertaining to sheet metal part and process design has been developed, storing knowledge and prescribing ways to use this knowledge according to the ‘programming in

Sheet metal cutting and piercing operations planning and tools configuration by an expert system

This paper describes the development of an expert system for both process planning and die design of sheet metal cutting and piercing operations. Knowledge for the system is acquired from practical

Automatic strip layout design in progressive dies

A mathematical model, based on set theory, is introduced to analyze the problem of strip layout and describes the mathematical nature of the strip layout problem and reveals the reason why researchers have always faced problems in optimizing strip layout automatically.

Computer-aided structural design of punches and dies for progressive die based on functional component

Punches and dies are the real operating components and account for a large portion in the progressive die design procedure. This paper presents a structural design tool for punches and dies for

A knowledge-based manufacturing advisor for pressworked sheet metal parts

An expert system for die design and process planning of sheet metal forming operations functioning on a part representation by custom-defined features input incrementally, which improves design and manufacturing efficiency and exports manufacturing advice in the form of a report.

A novel optimal working process in the design of parametric progressive dies

A genetic algorithm to solve the problems of ranking the working steps in progressive dies was established and a “dimension-driven” Windows graphical program written in Visual C++ as an interface for parametric input and communicated with the ACAD software through a DXF file was developed.