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2011 Fourth International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Applied Optimization
The most key factor in the modern sheet metal process is an accurate dimension of final shape part. The accurate simulation of the drawing products will not be useful since springback will occur after the tools are removed off the drawing die set. One of the most promising ways to solve this problem is modify the die surface as known die compensation. Die compensation is one of the hottest topics in the stamping field. In this paper, a new method to compensate the die tool shape due to elasticdoi:10.1109/icmsao.2011.5775496 fatcat:yml7lhtgojb63lnxlfss52zu4a