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slit method

Italian translation: metodo a spacco/a fessura

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09:46 Aug 28, 2008
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering / pressa punzonatrice
English term or phrase: slit method
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Knock-out method
The punching tool, usually a rectangle punch, has small work corner Rs on each of the four corners. The length is the same as that of the product.

Slit method
Either the vertical or horizontal direction is cut with a rectangle punch and the other is sheared using a guide hole.
Punch the guide holes for shearing with special tools such as lances and center punches.

grazie mille per l'aiuto.
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Local time: 09:29
Italian translation:metodo a spacco/a fessura
Explanation:
qui proprio a tentoni... :-(
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Valeria Faber
Italy
Local time: 09:29
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2metodo a spacco/a fessura
Valeria Faber


  

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metodo a spacco/a fessura


Explanation:
qui proprio a tentoni... :-(

Valeria Faber
Italy
Local time: 09:29
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Asker: anche qui, come per il knock out method si tratta di un metodo per la realizzazione di microgiunzioni in punzonatura. grazie mille

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