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Literature Details Compound Tooling & Die Set



DAYSet high-precision compound tooling, a complete tooling system for the production of stamped products in a single step operation, is detailed in a six-page, full color brochure.

"This system allows 15-minute tool changeover, making it ideal for short and medium runs, prototyping and quick changeover environments," said a company spokesperson. "Based on the Hovis Die principle, but with an improved design, DAYSet eliminates the need for high-cost progressive dies. This technology allows the efficient production of stamped parts, like washers, in varying thicknesses, sizes, shapes and materials, even in short runs. It is ideal for a variety of industries, including aerospace, agriculture, automotive, consumer goods, commercial engines, factory automation, marine, material handling, medical/scientific, national defense, pharmaceutical, trucks and buses and more.

The DAYSet pre-assembled master compound die is a precision-made die set that works with the compound tooling to provide a complete system for producing flat blanks (like washers) in a single press stroke. This two-post die set with adjustable guides includes a knockout and a key for irregular shapes. Changeover to different tooling can be accomplished by removing screws and replacing the tool.

For more information contact:

Dayton Progress Corporation

500 Progress Rd.

P.O. Box 39

Dayton, OH 45449-0039

937-859-5111

info@daytonprogress.com

www.daytonprogress.com

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