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Stamping molds are classified according to their process properties: blanking dies, bending dies, stretching dies, forming dies, and riveting dies.
Molds that separate materials along a closed or open contour line. Examples include blanking dies, punching dies, cutting dies, slitting dies, trimming dies, and parting-off dies.
Molds that produce workpieces with a certain angle and shape by making the sheet metal blank or other blank materials bend along a straight line (bend line).
Molds that make the sheet metal blank into an open hollow part or further change the shape and size of the hollow part.
Molds that directly copy the shape of the patterned convex and concave molds to form blanks or semi-finished workpieces with only local plastic deformation of the material itself. Examples include bulging molds, necking molds, expanding molds, undulating forming molds, flanging molds, and shaping molds.
Molds that use external forces to connect or overlap participating parts in a certain order and manner to form a whole.