Standing Seam Dies
|Starts a standing seam to be closed by flattening die in second operation.
|Popular die set produces standing seam in two strokes
|Form double standing seams in two operations.
|Used to form curls of 3/8″ diameter and larger in three strokes.
|Used to form off center and on center curls of 1/4” to 1/2” diameter in three or four strokes.
|Form the tightest and roundest curl in two strokes.
|Use in place of CRL-44 to form and on center curl in three strokes.
|Forms flat bottom channels in one stroke. Release wedge on die and hook stripper on punch release the part.
|Recommended for channels with a web over 3/4″ wide. Release wedge on both punch and die aid in part removal.
|Forms a 4-bend hat channel in one stroke. Pressure pad keeps the web flat and release wedge permits part to be removed.
|Hat channel die set with tapered sides to reduce required tonnage. Pressure pad keeps web flat in addition to aiding in part removal.
|Rocker dies can be useful when material has high tensile strength or overly large inside radius is required.