Die Tryout and Proving is one of the most important and critical step in the manufacture of Sheet Metal Dies. There are many variables which contribute to the successful completion of this activity. Tool Makers who are responsible for executing this step traditionally learn a lot from Trial and Error methods. After accumulating many years of experience in this activity, they finally begin to exert sufficient command over this domain.Nowadays use of simulation software’s have considerably reduced the time taken for this activity. However this activity has to be necessarily fine tuned and the final component produced on the Press.
The Component Design, the Die Design, the Material Properties, the Die Manufacturing Process and the Press itself are some of the variables and all of them play a vital role. Understanding the impact of each of these variables and pin pointing the root cause to correct the component is quite a complex activity.
Keeping this in view, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturer’s Association (IMTMA) is organizing a 3 day programme on Sheet Metal Dies - Tryout and Proving on 24 to 26th April 2019 at Pune.
• Preparatory activities to be done before Die Tryout.
• Carrying out static and dynamic checks to confirm proper assembly and working of the Die
• Steps in the tryout process which are critical from the Quality Perspective.
• Different types of defects in components and methods of overcoming them.
• Understand the different variables which contribute to defects.
• Identifying the root cause of defects.
• Importance and various methods of scrap shedding.
• Practical demonstration of all the above points in a tool room manufacturing Dies and in a Press Shop
After undergoing the programme, the participants will be able to -
1. Understand the tryout process & the role of checklists.
2. Understand the various press parameters & method of die setting.
3. Identify defects in formed components & find solutions by analyzing root cause.
4. Learn the systematic approach to resolve defects in die-cut components.
5. Learn how to minimize skin defects in outer components.
6. Understand component checking methods & pro-active maintenance of dies.
IMTMA Members / Micro Companies
IMTMA Non Members / Others
Group Concession : 5% for 3 to 5 and 10% for 6 and more delegates being nominated from the same company
Special concession available for Faculty & Students from engineering colleges
(subject to availability of seats)
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