KEM 2009 DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.410-411.355 View full text
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Babak Taleb Araghi, Markus Bambach, Gerhard Hirt

Abstract: Asymmetric incremental sheet forming (AISF) is a new sheet metal forming process in which sheet metal parts are produced by CNC-controlled movements of a simple ball-headed forming tool. Despite its flexibility and successful application in many cases, AISF has not yet been established in an industrial context due to some still existing process limits such as severe thinning, which strongly depends on the inclination of the part surface, as well as a limited geometric accuracy due to springback. Furthermore, t…

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