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Hi HF experts,

 

I am new to Hyperform and feel a bit difficult to understand the concepts - "Single action" v.s "Double" action in Hyperform.

Which cases should we use "Single" and when should use "Double"?

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Hi single action and double action denotes the type of press.

 

  • Single Action Presses. A single action press has one reciprocation slide that carries the tool for the metal forming operation. The press has a fixed bed. It is the most widely used press for operations like blanking, coining, embossing, and drawing.
  • Double Action Presses. A double action press has two slides moving in the same direction against a fixed bed. It is more suitable for drawing operations, especially deep drawing, than single action press.

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1 hour ago, StuDes said:

Hi single action and double action denotes the type of press.

 

  • Single Action Presses. A single action press has one reciprocation slide that carries the tool for the metal forming operation. The press has a fixed bed. It is the most widely used press for operations like blanking, coining, embossing, and drawing.
  • Double Action Presses. A double action press has two slides moving in the same direction against a fixed bed. It is more suitable for drawing operations, especially deep drawing, than single action press.

Thank you very much Ms. StuDes

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