Comprehensive and quick preparation of the measured results:

Analysis of the Die by EM 10
Name of profile file: Atlantal (in c:\daten\) Diameter: 4,397 mm
Comments: Trial No. 99 Bearing: 2.205 mm ==> 50.1%
Date: 9.4.1999   of Diameter
Measuring points: 1400, Distance: 10.0 µ    
Criteria: 1.0 %    
Schedule of diameter and angle
Nr. Diameter
(µm)
Epsilon
(%)
Length
(µm)
m. angle
(Degree)
1. angle
(Degree)
1084 4442 0.0 0 0.0 0.0
967 4556 5.0 1164 5.7 5.7
885 4681 10.0 1981 6.9 11.3
811 4817 15.0 2730 7.8 11.5
736 4965 20.0 3476 8.6 11.3
660 5128 25.0 4230 9.2 11.3
581 5308 30.0 5020 9.8 16.7
496 5508 35.0 5871 10.3 16.7
406 5733 40.0 6773 10.8 14.7
311 5988 45.0 7724 11.3 13.5
211 6281 50.0 8723 11.9 19.1
116 6620 55.0 9677 12.7 28.3
61 7022 60.0 10223 14.2 49.6
Determined characteristic values:

  • Diameter of the die
  • Cylindrical bearing length
  • Actual approach
  • Average approach
    (depending on the degree of reduction)
File: Atlantal ; Comments: Trial No. 99
Bearing = 2.205 mm, Diameter = 4.397 mm
D/2 (mm)     Eps. = 22.0% ==> Diameter = 4.965 mm

L (mm)

 
Graphic presentation of the undistorted die-profile

  • Presentation of the wire before reduction for selection of the approach angle
  • Length of the reduction zone, bearing length as well as the lubricant zone
  • Shows where the incoming wire contacts approach angle
File: Atlantal ; Comments: Trial No. 99
Bearing = 2.205 mm, Diameter = 4.397 mm
D/2 (mm)     Eps. = 22.0% ==> Diameter = 4.965 mm

L (mm)

 
Cut-out-enlargemant (also distorted) of the graphical presentation
File: b058 ; Comments:
Bearing = 0.645 mm, Diameter = 0.573 mm
D/2 (mm)     Eps. = 22.0% ==> Diameter = 0.649 mm

(mm)

 
Direct comparison of the profiles of two dies

(e.g. comparison of the new condition with abraised condition)