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Deep-drawing-process-and-deformation-process

Ceeto Enterprise

During the deep drawing process, due to the fact that the material only undergoes plastic deformation in a certain pattern without any gains or losses, the calculation of the blank should meet the following principles

Deep-drawing-process-and-deformation-process

Ceeto Enterprise

Deep drawing, also known as drawing or stretching, refers to a pressure processing method that involves stamping a flat blank of a certain shape into various shapes of open hollow parts through a deep drawing die, or using open hollow parts as blanks to further change their shape and size through a deep drawing die.

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Ceeto Enterprise Development Limited

During the deep drawing process, due to the uneven stress in the deformation zone of the flange, the compressive stress on the billet near the outer edge is greater than the tensile stress, and the compressive strain is the maximum principal strain, resulting in an increase in thickness of the billet;

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Deep Drawing Process - Tensile Cracking

During the deep drawing process, due to the uneven stress in the deformation zone of the flange, the compressive stress on the billet near the outer edge is greater than the tensile stress, and the compressive strain is the maximum principal strain, resulting in an increase in thickness of the billet; The tensile stress of the billet near the concave die hole is greater than the compressive stress, and its tensile strain is the maximum principal strain, resulting in the billet becoming thinner.

Ceeto Enterprise

Deep drawing, also known as drawing or stretching, refers to a pressure processing method that involves stamping a flat blank of a certain shape into various shapes of open hollow parts through a deep drawing die, or using open hollow parts as blanks to further change their shape and size through a deep drawing die.

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Principles For Determining of Blanks Shape and Size

During the deep drawing process, due to the fact that the material only undergoes plastic deformation in a certain pattern without any gains or losses, the calculation of the blank should meet the following principles such as shape similarity principle and principle of equal surface area, as well as size of the blank should include trimming allowance.

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