Tooling Times e-Newsletter - November 2013

When punching holes in sheet metal, the die must be larger than the punch. Depending on the material type and thickness, the die might be oversized by 20% of the thickness (10% per side). During punching, the top portion of the hole shears straight down roughly one third of the metal thickness, then the material breaks away toward the edge of the die.

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