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<p>FINE BLANKINGSubmitted By Vilas T. Gadhave Suyash L. Khairnar (MET`S Institute Of Technology ,Nashik)</p> <p>INTRODUCTION What is Fine blanking Features</p> <p>WHAT IS BLANKING</p> <p>EVOLUTION IN BLANKING PROCESS : FINE BLANKING</p> <p>DIFFRENCE BETWEEN BLANKING &amp; FINE BLANKING Depending upon clearance between die &amp; punch Depending upon the deformation (shearing) of metals Depending upon the forces applied</p> <p>DIFFRENCE BETWEEN BLANKING &amp; FINE BLANKING</p> <p>Conventional Blanking1.Punch 2.Sheet Metal 3.Die</p> <p>Fine Blanking 1. Punch Piece 3. Die 4. V-Ring 5. Ejector 2. Work</p> <p>DIFFRENCE BETWEEN BLANKING &amp; FINE BLANKING </p> <p>Surface produced by conventional method (top) Smooth surface produced by FB(bottom)</p> <p>Surface produced by conventional method (left) Smooth surface produced by FB(right)</p> <p>STEPS INVOLVED IN FINE BLANKING</p> <p>1. Tool in open condition along with the strip ready to cut</p> <p>2. Bottom moves up &amp; tools closed. Ring groove (Fr) and counter (Fg) forces are activated</p> <p>STEPS INVOLVED IN FINE BLANKING</p> <p>3. Blanking force (Fs) activated &amp;material being out to produced part. Ring groove &amp; counter force still remains active</p> <p>4. Bottom moves down &amp; tool is in open condition</p> <p>STEPS INVOLVED IN FINE BLANKING</p> <p>5. Ejected force (Fe) activated. Strip &amp; slug ejected</p> <p>6. Part ejected</p> <p>PARAMETERS INVOLVED IN FINE BLANKING</p> <p>1. 2. 3. 4.</p> <p>Forces Fine blanking accuracy Fine blanked edge quality Gear teeth</p> <p>1. FORCES</p> <p>2. FINE BLANKING ACCURACY</p> <p>The accuracy that can be achieved in fine blanked parts is largely dependent upon</p> <p>1. The accuracy of tools &amp; there quality of maintenance 2. The quality of raw materials 3. The thickness of materials 4. The complexity of components shape</p> <p>3. FINE BLANKED EDGE QUALITY</p> <p>One of the great advantages of Fine blanking is its ability to produce a straight, clean edge. The final quality of the edge surface is influenced by many factors, the main ones being: Quality of the Tooling Quality of the Raw Material Type of Raw Material Cutting Lubricant</p> <p>4. GEAR TEETH</p> <p> Fine blanking is the only metal stamping process that can produce a gear in single operation.blanking is the only metal</p> <p>FINE BLANKING PRODUCTION LINE</p> <p>The fine blanking is the heart of automatic fine blanking production line,which usually consists of the above components</p> <p>EQUIPMENTS USED</p> <p>FINE BLANKING PRESSES</p> <p>400 Tones FB Press</p> <p>160 Tones FB Press</p> <p>ADVANTAGES &amp; DISADVANTAGES</p> <p> Compared with conventional stamping Compared with machining</p> <p>APLICATIONS</p> <p>Vehicles</p> <p>Textile industry Locks &amp; keysOptical instrument</p> <p>Agricultural instruments</p> <p>Air planes</p> <p>General Machines</p> <p>ElectricalsHousehold ComponentsWeapons Optical instruments</p> <p>APPLICATIONSBlanking is used to produce both internal &amp; external gear forms This eliminates hobbing &amp; grinding</p> <p>CONCLUSION</p> <p> From the graph we conclude that in conventional process the cost goes on increasing as the quantity is increased. While in fine blanking cost reduces progressively. Hence fine blanking process is more useful in mass production industries</p> <p>THANK YOU</p>