Asymmetric Single Point Incremental Forming of sheet metal

Fabrizio Micari, Hirt, Joost R. Duflou, Bramley, Jeswiet, Allwood

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Abstract

The use of computers in manufacturing has enabled the development of several new sheet metal forming processes, which are based upon older technologies. This paper describes modifications that have been made to traditional forming methods such as conventional spinning and shear forming, forming processes in which deformation is localized. Recent advances have enabled this localized deformation to be accurately controlled and studied. Current developments have been focused on forming asymmetric parts using CNC technology, without the need for costly dies. Asymmetric Incremental Sheet Forming has the potential to revolutionize sheet metal forming, making it accessible to all levels of manufacturing. This paper describes the genesis and current state-of-the-art of Asymmetric Incremental Sheet Forming.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)88-114
Numero di pagine27
RivistaCIRP ANNALS
Volume54/2
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2005

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  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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Micari, F., Hirt, Duflou, J. R., Bramley, Jeswiet, & Allwood (2005). Asymmetric Single Point Incremental Forming of sheet metal. CIRP ANNALS, 54/2, 88-114.

Asymmetric Single Point Incremental Forming of sheet metal. / Micari, Fabrizio; Hirt; Duflou, Joost R.; Bramley; Jeswiet; Allwood.

In: CIRP ANNALS, Vol. 54/2, 2005, pag. 88-114.

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Micari, F, Hirt, Duflou, JR, Bramley, Jeswiet & Allwood 2005, 'Asymmetric Single Point Incremental Forming of sheet metal', CIRP ANNALS, vol. 54/2, pagg. 88-114.
Micari F, Hirt, Duflou JR, Bramley, Jeswiet, Allwood. Asymmetric Single Point Incremental Forming of sheet metal. CIRP ANNALS. 2005;54/2:88-114.
Micari, Fabrizio ; Hirt ; Duflou, Joost R. ; Bramley ; Jeswiet ; Allwood. / Asymmetric Single Point Incremental Forming of sheet metal. In: CIRP ANNALS. 2005 ; Vol. 54/2. pagg. 88-114.
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