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Sheet Metal Stamping Parts: Sheet metal stamping, a guide for beginners- A short and easy guide for beginners through the world of sheet metal stamping. Sheet metal stamping is used to transform flat metal sheets in specific shapes. Stamping of sheet metal is a process based on permanent deformation by cold forming to produce a variety of complex three-dimensional shapes. Tensile forces with high ratio of surface area carry out the process to thickness. The stamping of sheet metals is very common: this is the reason why many objects in your house are the result of a metal stamping process. An example? The metal parts of your automatic coffee machine, your pots and many components of your car. Let's see both the process and the functioning of the sheet metal stamping. Sheet metal stamping: the processes In sheet metal stamping processes are included a wide variety of associated operations: Metal blanking: sheet blanking on iron, aluminum, copper, brass and special alloys is carried out with punching and matrixes. Sheet metal deep-drawing: which can turn flat metal sheet transforming it into metal components such as cylinders, hemispherical caps, or finished products such as pots and pans or other kinds of containers. Sheet metal bending: used to obtain semi-finished products through the pressure exerted by the mold during the metal working. Sheet metal punching: achieved by using automatic CNC machines and standard or special punches and tools, is performed on iron, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass and special alloys. Metal threading: used to fix together two or more metal parts. Sheet metal laser cutting: performed using numerical control machines, capable of achieving the precision cutting standards foreseen during the design & engineering phase. As you can see, there’re many processes linked to sheet metal stamping; these are the main processes involved to manufacture metal parts in all industries fields: automotive, household appliances, medical, logistic and plant system sectors and infinite others. Sheet metal stamping: the functioning There’re two types of sheet metal stamping presses: hydraulic and mechanic; both use “dies” to manufacture stamped parts. The entire “die” consists in a male and female part, which work in opposition: the upperpart of the die is set on the first half of the press the second half is fixed on the lower half of the press. When the mechanical or hydraulic press is activated, the flat sheet metal, which stands between the die, reaches the desired shape. The result is always a solution which lets to produce large quantities of metal parts with affordable costs and an excellent level of precision.
5 Reasons to Choose CNC Lathes Over Conventional Lathes- The manufacturing industry and machining world have seen a huge range of technological advancements over the last couple of centuries, beginning with the Industrial Revolution of the 1820s. Manual labor has been revolutionized by machine work, and society has been forever altered by the introduction of the assembly line in 1913. Fast forward to 2018, over a century later, and we have computer-aided, or computer numerical control (CNC) machines that are taking over the production process entirely. One such machine is the CNC lathe, which quickly replaced traditional multi-spindle lathes to become one of the most versatile, popular tools in use today. Content Credit: https://news.thomasnet.com/featured/5-reasons-to-choose-cnc-lathes-over-conventional-lathes
TOP 4 IOT TRENDS THAT DRIVE SMART MANUFACTURING- Internet of Things (IoT) is set to transform the way the manufacturing industry operates and functions. Smart manufacturing or advanced manufacturing technology is driving the companies to transform the competitive market landscape. Thus, making it inevitable for the companies to adopt smart manufacturing and seize the benefits it has to offer. Smart manufacturing coupled with IoT enabled devices is an aIR_Brochuremalgamation of information, human interface, and technology that helps evolve and develop every aspect of the business. IoT is an interconnected network of devices driven by connectivity and software that has brought the fourth industrial revolution – Industry 4.0. Trend 1: Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) IIoT is the process of using IoT enabled devices and integrating it within the manufacturing processes on the factory floors leading to an increase in production efficiency, product quality, and speed. Purely built on connectivity, IIoT enables people and facilitates business processes to collect vast amounts of data and leverage advanced analytics to gain insights. Trend 2: Cloud-Computing Technology With the help of cloud computing coupled with IIoT, companies can reap the benefit of sharing important and critical information in real-time. The data shared from beacons and sensors help organizations to anticipate needs and predict trends, obtain required inventory details, and minimize turnaround time for machines as well as the suppliers and manufacturers. Trend 3: Artificial Intelligence Thanks to big data, vast amounts of information is available to the organizations, which can be leveraged to gain consumer insights, predict trends, and foresee market developments. With the help of machine learning, artificial intelligence helps organizations understand patterns, anticipate information, and track incongruities, which helps them to refine processes, enhance productivity, and adopt smart manufacturing techniques. Trend 4: Smart Sensors and Beacons The organizations can benefit with the help of IoT enabled sensors that will help them to record, generate, and understand information right from packaging to the core machine elements. Besides these, the IoT enabled sensors help the manufacturing industry to measure and track everything, right from volume to temperature; thereby, creating seamless information flow to facilitate automation and drive smart manufacturing. Source: www.infinitiresearch.com
Family-owned company uses innovation to create automated handling of sheet metal parts: The German company Trumpf is one out of the 64 companies that has been selected for the European project ROBOTT-NET. Trumpf offers production solutions in the machine tool, laser and electronics sectors. The company has existed since 1923 and was founded as a series of mechanical workshops. Since then Trumpf has developed into a global high-tech company. Innovative strength and diversification plays an important role to the German company, which is also the case for Trumpfs voucher project, that investigates in sorting and stacking sheet metal parts. - Sheet metal parts have a high variety and are usually cut out from a large sheet, containing different orders and parts. Those different parts need to be sorted and stacked in separate groups depending on their following processes, says product manager at Trumpf Dennis Specht. In the voucher project Trumpfs aim is to determine, whether an automated handling is possible for a large variety of sheet metal parts. - The goal with the project is to examine the limits of current computer vision and grasping technologies for handling sheet metal parts, says Dennis Specht. During the project Trumpf has had contribution from Fraunhofer IPA and Danish Technological Institute. - With the ROBOTT-NET voucher we have achieved to build a system that can actually detect and grasp objects in a bin with multiple different parts, says project manager at DTI Denmark, Carsten Panch Isaksen. Based on this knowledge Trumpf will create a roadmap to develop and install a prototype robot cell for automated sheet metal handling. If the prototype proves to be reliable, fully automated machines will become a lot more attractive because of the possibility of automatic loading from bulk. Watch Video at: https://youtu.be/KDe8888ATow Source: ROBOTT-NET
Ford Predicts the 7 Trends of 2019: Ford has released its 7th Annual Trends Report, an analysis of worldwide consumer behavior based on interviews with more than 13, 000 people across 14 different countries. According to the company, these surveys don't just look at behavior toward automobiles, but rather the factors that drive behavioral changes. For example, Ford found that 87% of people think that technology is the biggest driver of change, and 79% believe that technology creates positive change — it doesn’t, however, cover the 21% of people that must think technology is a force for evil. About 70% of respondents believed that humans should have a mandatory break from devices, and nearly half (45%) of all respondents admitted that they envy people who can "disconnect." According to Ford, here are seven trends that will make an impact in 2019: 1. Tech Divide — As I said before, 87% of adults think that technology is the biggest driver of change. However, 46% of Gen Z respondents (that's the crop after millennials) fear that technology is trying to get in their heads. Speaking of millennials, nearly 70% (69%) would like to undo some of the behavioral changes they have experienced as a result of technology. Before you turn your nose up at the meddling kids, 53% of baby boomers felt the same way — that technology has changed them. 57% of millennials and 46% of Gen Xers think that artificial intelligence (AI) will be stronger than the human mind within 10 years. 44% of all women and 37% of all men surveyed admitted that they were afraid of AI, and even more people (48% of men, 39% of women) admitted that they don't really understand it. 2. Digital Detox — Just put down the phone. It sounds easy enough — and 45% of people are jealous of those who can actually do it — but 39% of Gen Z and millennials admitted that they were addicted to social media. A quarter of the same groups said that they would rather lose their ability to smell than give up their devices. 3. Reclaiming Control — In the past year, 84% of all adults have taken "small steps" to improve their lives, and all but 8% have stuck to their guns. Basically, researchers found that people want to and can improve as long as they don't bite off more than they can chew. 4. Many Faces of Me — Ford's study found that identity isn't set, but rather dependant on our circumstances and environment. More than 50% of millennials and Gen Z admitted that they were more outgoing on social media. Only 17% of boomers admitted the same. 84% of all adults said that people sugarcoat their lives on social media. A shocking 74% of Gen Z respondents think that people are fighting to stay relevant. 5: Life's Work — Ford's findings reaffirmed that the work-life balance for employees is changing. For example, more than 60% of all respondents think that companies should reward employees for using all of their vacation time. 77% think that companies don't do enough to accommodate working parents. 84% believe that diverse opinions lead to positive change. 6: Eco-Momentum — People are willing to make changes as long as they know that they would make a difference. About 56% of U.S. adults would change the way they eat if they thought it would help the planet, which is dead last when compared to the 13 other countries polled. The same is true when it comes to the number of people who consider the environmental costs of each purchase — again, the U.S. respondents came in dead last. 7: Easy Street — Finally, Ford wanted to know how technology is changing transportation. 67% of all people think technology makes the commute less stressful. 43% of people in the U.S. think that self-driving cars will be safer than humans driving cars.
How Emerging Technologies Impact Manufacturing Sector: Emerging Technologies: Are they Development or Disruption for Manufacturing Sector? Exponential technologies are disrupting workplaces, especially in the manufacturing sector. Robotic process automation (RPA), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, and Internet of Things (IOT) have clearly redefined the business models of manufacturing companies. Though in the past, people have been apprehensive about this human-robot collaboration to make headway on the factory floor, but more than that, it is a matter of keeping the workforce abreast of the times. The manufacturing sector is gearing up for networked factories where production lines, supply chains, quality control and design teams are integrated into a high-tech engine that offers actionable insights. Contrary to those who fear human jobs being lost to automation, the manufacturing industry will be propelled by AI-driven enhanced efficiency, agile production, and real-time decision making, allowing the workforce to focus more on innovation. Areas such as seeking new consumer insights and understanding product personalisation requirements will evolve into potentially specialised roles where people will be expected to oversee automated work flows to deliver a bespoke service or product. Though the Indian manufacturing sector has been a late entrant, they need to adapt to these changes. Experts in the industry say a different kind of skillset, which didn’t exist a decade back has become a prerequisite to march into a new future. The Future: The manufacturing sector is gearing towards reducing the digital talent gap and becoming future ready. The government is going deep on critical infrastructure, policy, regulatory, and skill-related issues and introducing reform that is spurting the growth of the sector and increasing career prospects. The Indian auto industry is one of the largest in the world responsible for nearly 7.1% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). States such as Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra are viewed as the nation’s auto hubs that can attract young aspiring engineers. Globally, India occupies the 5th position in the food processing industry with increasing exports in grains, fresh produce, beverages, and dairy products. The sector’s ability to absorb excess labour from the agricultural sector is the driving force behind its importance. Similarly, the growth in sectors like telecom, consumer electronics, and IT has propelled the Indian electronics market, opening avenues for fresh graduates to kickstart their careers. It is now that candidates need to upskill themselves in line with the industry changes and strive to be more relevant to the evolving job demands. Daksh Tools is a leading manufacturer & supplier of precision sheet metal components, assemblies and sheet metal fabrications in India, offering the full range of subcontract engineering services.
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