To disappear gradually in another surface, as where moldings are lost in a sloped or curved face.
A metal or plate (often one of a pair) so cut or shaped as to give a certain desired form to, or impress any desired device on, an object or surface, by pressure or by a blow; used in forging metals, coining, striking up sheet metal, etc.
A perforated block, commonly of hardened steel used in connection with a punch, for punching holes, as through plates, or blanks from plates, or for forming cups or capsules, as from sheet metal, by drawing.
A hollow internally threaded screw-cutting tool, made in one piece or composed of several parts, for forming screw threads on bolts, etc.; one of the separate parts which make up such a tool.
Any of various tools or devices used for imparting or cutting a desired shape, form or finish to or from a material. A device in converting machinery used for cutting only the face material of a pressure sensitive laminate or for punching out shapes from the entire laminate or any other material.
1) a tool to make threads on the OD of shafts. 2) Tools used to form and blank sheet metal parts. It typically consists of a punch and a die mounted in a punch press to punch or stamp out duplicate parts in quantity. The assembly is called a die set. Die making is a very high paying skilled craft. See also tool and die maker Die cast where molten metal (usually zinc or aluminum) is injected under pressure into a mold. Similar to the process of plastic injection molding. Die making is a very high paying skilled craft. See also Tool and Die Maker 4) The mold used in a forging operation. The process of machining these dies is called "die sinking" which is another high paying skilled craft of the machine trades.
Die is a device made out of sharp steel that is used to cut, score, stamp, emboss, or deboss irregular shapes.
This is needed if the paper or board is to be cut into certain shapes, for example, if you wanted a Christmas card in the shape of a Christmas tree.
a cylindrical shaft of steel that imparts one side of a coin's design (two are required)
The original piece of metal or material on which the stamp's design is first engraved before being reproduced to the printing machines.
A die is the lower tool in a bench or foot press. The die holds the fastener in place through the attaching process and accepts the force of the attachment while providing a stable base.
Any of various knife edged cutting or trimming tools or devices such as clicker dies, high dies, steel rule dies etc. , used for cutting a desired shape into soft or semi-rigid material.
a pattern (letters or a graphic) cut into metal for embossing, stamping or die-cutting.
1.) the piece of steel on which a design is engraved. A die has the stamp image engraved in reverse (mirror-image). The making of the die is the first step in the production of engraved stamps. The die can be said to be the "parent" of the completed stamps. 2.) the printing surface, found in a cancelling machine, from which a cancellation and postmark are printed on an envelope.
(die) Kokille Dies are â†’permanent moulds consisting of metal, usually steel, but sometimes also cast iron, or for prehistoric times of copper alloy.
A tool, usually containing a cavity, which is used to impart shape, or to change the shape of metal in liquid, solid or powder form. Examples are die-casting dies, forging dies, draw dies.
(1) One of a pair of hardened metal blocks for forming, impressing, or cutting out a desired shape. (2) (thread). A tool for cutting external threads. Opposite of tap.
The style or font of the registration number embossed or printed on the plate. die-type - when a particular issue is made using more than one die style, for example the 1938 Ontario.
engraved stamp used to impress a design on a softer material, such as metal, in forming coins
An iron or steel pattern used in the stamping process in the manufacture of formed steel shapes. Sometimes dies have nonferrous inserts and sometimes iron dies have steel inserts. In transactions involving dies, definition of the material is required for a clear understand of what is being handled on the part of all parties concerned.
1.) the piece of steel on which a design is engraved. A die has the stamp image engraved in reverse (mirror-image). The creation of the die is the first step in the production of engraved stamps. 2.) the printing surface, found in a cancelling machine, from which a cancellation and postmark are printed on an envelope. 3.) the metal form used for the embossing process.
Any engraved blank used for marking by means of stamping, rolling, branding, embossing, debossing, coining, semi-coining, or printing characters or designs on a product.
Metal plate cut used for cutting, stamping or embossing images
A die is an etched metal plate used to create engraved or embossed images and type.
The tool or device used for imparting or cutting a desired shape, form, or finish from a given material.
The tool used to make an impression on a coin. A die is normally one of a pair of metal blocks with mirror or reverse designs cut into them which are transferred by striking on a blank piece of metal. See Working dies.
A specially shaped knife used for cutting out specific shapes and sizes of leather like a cookie-cutter [OED 2d Ed.
A steel former or device for shaping, impressing, or cutting out something.
The metal object bearing a negative image that is used to strike coins with heavy force and impart its design on the coin in the positive. Coins all need 2 dies, one for the Obverse and one for the Reverse.
Design or letters made out of metal used for embossing paper.
Any of various devices for forming materials in a press or a stamping or forging machine.
Cutting device used to thread pipe. A set of these attach to dieheads, and mounted on a threader
an original engraved plate used to prepare a printing plate
The steel cylinder with a design on it to strike one side of a coin.
An extrusion tool with an opening through which heated aluminum is forced by presssure creating the shape of the opening in the die.
a device used for shaping metal
a cutting tool that is fitted into a diestock and used for cutting male (external) screw threads on screws or bolts or pipes or rods
cut or shape with a die; "Die out leather for belts"
The metal device used to strike the coin impression on the planchet.
A design or letter made from metal to be used for embossing paper.
The part of the binding machine that physically punches the paper.
A mirror-image of an intended design attached or cut into a die ring in order to produce an elongated coin.
A steel block containing an orifice through which plastic is extruded, shaping the extrudate to the desired form.
A shape cut into metal for stamping into covers or embossing.
Various tools or devices used for imparting or cutting a desired shape or form from a material; usually to produce a label or specifically sized part.
an engraved metal stamp used for impressing a design.
Commonly signifies a device for forming a male thread on a shaft or rod. Otherwise, any tool used to form metal by compression.
a tool or device used for cutting a desired shape.
In binding and finishing, as metal plate or block etched with a design, lettering, or other pattern.
A magnesium plate with a raised image area. They are made by etching away the non-image area in an acid bath and are used in foil stamping operations.
Sharp metal rules mounted on a letter-press used for die-cutting; or a metal block used for embossing, debossing, or foil stamping.
A machine made tool (on a lathe) that is used to form parts in it usually by material being fed into it forcing the material to form inside it’s cavities.
The tool that cuts the shape of the label (often available in a label maker's tooling inventory).
Enclosed steel shaped tool used to cut paper to form envelopes.
A forging die is a steel block with a flat or contoured working face, which is used in a hammer or press for shaping metal.
The rubber image of your stamp is known as a die.
An engraved plate for impressing designs etc. on softer metal.
An engraved steel tool used in the coining press to impress a design onto a blank coin. There are eight steps involved in the making of a die: art work, plaster positive model, plaster negative model, rubber positive model and epoxy negative model, brass intermediate model, reduction matrix, master punch, blank.
(a) A complete set of stations (tool) used in a press for any operation or series of operations, such as forming, impressing, piercing and cutting. The upper member(s) are attached to the slide(s) of the press and the lower member is clamped or bolted to the bed or bolster with the die members being so shaped as to cut or form the material placed between them when the press makes a stroke.
any of various devices used for cutting, shaping, or stamping a material or object.
The part or parts making up the confining form in which a powder is pressed. The parts of the die may be some or all of the following: Die body, punches, and core rods. Synonymous with Mold and Compacting Tool Set.
a piece of metal that has the coin's design (pictures, value, and mottoes). The coining press holds both the front and back dies.
The form that contains the rules which are surrounded and held in place with wood. Those cutting tools to die-cut a specific part or parts.
Any engraved blank used for marking by means of stamping, rolling, branding, embossing, coining, or semi-coining characters or designs. BRANDING DIE: A metal die that can be heated to a temperature sufficient to burn or scorch characters or designs into nonmetallic substances. COINING DIE: A female, sunk, engraved die used in pairs or with a flat planisher to produce raised characters on surfaces of thick material. DEBOSSING DIE: The same as embossing dies except to produce sunk characters or designs in sheet material.
A piece of hardened metal engraved with a mirror image of a coin's design, used in pairs to produce coins by striking (pressing the coin between two dies).
A tool for cutting external threads into a rod.
(a) A complete tool used on a press for any operation or series of operations, such as forming, impressing, piercing and cutting. The upper member (or members) are attached to slide (or slides) of the press, and the lower member is clamped or bolted to the bed or bolster, the die members being so shaped as to cut or form material placed between them when the press makes a stroke. (b) The female part of complete die assembly as described in (a). (c) A tool for cutting external threads.
A tool or devise used for cutting a desired shape from a given material.
a general term for several tools; most commonly a tool with which, on which, or between which metal is formed
The original engraved plate of the design of the stamp.
A usually cylindrical piece of steel bearing at one end the incuse design of one side of a coin (except for coins with incuse detail, where the die details are in relief)
The piece of metal or other material on which the original engraving of a stamp design is made.
the stamp from which a coin blank receives it's design through the process of striking.
A design, letters, or pattern cut in metal for stamping, embossing or for diecutting.
An engraved or etched tool, which is put into a coin press and impresses an image onto a coin blank. The image on the die is a negative impression of what will be struck on the coin.
a stamp of similar patterns, one a positive and one a negative (male and female) used to stamp decorations on metal (and leather)
die is a hard piece of metal engraved with the coin's design and used for stamping coins.
A piece of steel (usually cylindrical) bearing at one end the design of one side of a coin.
A press tool consisting of a cavity and shaped according to part design requirements, into which the metal powder is pressed to form a compact.
In extrusion a tool with an opening through which heated aluminum is forced by pressure, taking on that cross-sectional shape.
Precision tool used to cut out envelope blanks, windows or other shapes.
Metal object crafted from artwork and used to create embossings, cut shapes or apply foil.
Metal rule or imaged block used to cut or place an image on paper in the finishing process.
The tooling used in a press for shearing, punching, forming, drawing, or assembling metal or other materials
A tool used in wire drawing , the die is a block of hardened metal though which a shaped hole of a known dimension runs. Wire is reduced in size by drawing it through a series of dies thereby effecting a gradual reduction.
a hardened steel engraving stamp used to print an inked image. Used in the production of good quality letter headings.
A positive reproduction of a tooth or preparation, usually in metal or stone.
a metal element with a shaped aperture in its center through which uncured rubber is extruded; alternately, a convoluted metal shape in outline with sharp edges, used to cut shapes from flat pieces of cured rubber
A mold into which molten metal, plastic or other material is forced to make a special shape, such as pen barrels or rings. Also a tool made of very hard material used to press a special shape into or onto a softer material such as coins and emblems.
sharp metal rule used for die cutting or block of metal used for embossing or foil stamping.
An engraved stamp used for impressing an image or design.
A flat metal plate or metal cylinder designed to create a pattern or apply foil on a substrate under heat and pressure.
an engraved stamp used for impressing a design on a blank piece of metal to produce a coin
The component on a plastics extruder affixed to the extruder head through which the melt is pushed to form the desired profile.
An engraved stamp used for impressing a design (images, value, and mottoes) upon a blank piece of metal to make a coin.
Rubber area of a stamp that holds the image, pattern or design. Close Window
A device used in extrusion processes to shape the extrudate.
An engraved metal punch that carries the design of 1 side of the coin it was designed to create.
A small flat piece of soft steel used in the printing of a stamp. The stamp design is engraved on the die, which in turn prints it on the stamp.
An engraved metal object used to strike or stamp the design on a coin.
Cutting device used to thread pipe. A set of these attach to die-heads, and mounted on a threading device.
A tool for cutting male threads. It takes the form of a nut with flutes cut in the threads and usually has a taper at the end that is intended to start the thread. There are only a few standard sizes used on bicycles: Size Application System 6 mm Brake center bolts 25.0 x 1.0 mm Steering columns French 1" x 24 tpi Steering columns British, Italian, I.S.O. 1 1/8" (28.6 mm) x 26 tpi Steering columns oversized 1 1/4"(31.8 mm x 26 tpi Steering columns oversized The corresponding bolt-like tool for cutting female threads is called a tap. The mould-like forms used for forging are also called tools and dies. (The bottom, stationary half is the die, the upper, moveable part is the tool.)
Device for cutting, scoring, stamping, embossing and debossing.
Tool with a void or cavity which is precisely fitted to a "Punch" used to shear or form sheet metal parts.
Design or shapes cut into metal used for stamping or embossing an image or design
The metal mold used to strike a coin.
The term die is most commonly used in tooling, i.e. press tools "punch and die" but there are many other types of die, e.g. thread cutting dies, forming dies, forging dies, die-casting dies, etc. The term when applied to steel often refers to drawing dies through which hot rolled wire and bar are drawn to produce the finish and dimensional accuracy that is required for bright steel.
solid or hollow form used for shaping materials by stamping, pressing, extruding, drawing or threading.
A general letterpress term referring to a range devices for cutting, scoring, stamping, embossing and debossing.
That which stamps a design into a planchet.
A piece of metal engraved with a design for use in stamping coins.
Hardened piece of metal bearing a mirror image of the device to be struck on one side of a coin or medal.
solid sheet or cylinder into which knives and rules are fixed to create carton shapes.
a piece of bronze engraved with a device that was transferred to the front or back of a coin through the process of striking.
A metal form used as a permanent mold for die casting or for a wax pattern in investment casting.
A metal plate cut in the shape of the master image used to make cuts in printed sheets.
The original engraved piece of metal or other material from which reproductions are taken to form the plate or stone for stamp printing.
A thick metallic disc, bearing the design and lettering, ect. for one side of a coin in incuse or recessed image. A set of two dies, one representing the obverse and one the reverse, is used for striking the planchet or blank being sandwiched between them and squeezed very hard.
metal piece for striking coins, engraved with the design in negative
A tool used in reloading metallic cartridge cases to resize the case to the specified dimensions, or a tool used to de-prime fired cases, or a tool used to seat bullets in cases, or a tool used to load powder into cases prior to seating the bullet.
Muotti Stans Device for cutting, scoring, stamping, embossing and dembossing
Any of a variety of tools or devices used for cutting material to a desired shape.
In marking machines, a metal plate onto which a design or image is etched or engraved to be stamped, rolled or printed onto a product.
an engraved metal stamp used for stamping out the design of a coin.
A device used in extrusion processes to shape the extruded material.
(1) stop living or existing, as in: The doctor said without an operation the patient would surely die.(2) device for shaping, as in: He used to be a tool-and- die maker before the terrible accident.
A metal object used to impress a design into a planchet. Dies are usually engraved incuse, so that the devices and inscriptions they produce will be in relief.
An incuse (depressed) design on the end of a short steel rod used to strike planchets to make coins. Prior to 1996, all dies were made at the Philadelphia mint.
A metal object in a specific shape that cuts or conforms to a given image.
The opening, formed to resemble the shape needed, in an extrusion press through which aluminum is pushed under pressure to form an extruded shape.
A steel rod that is engraved, punched, or hubbed with the date, lettering, devices, and other emblems used to strike a coin.
A die is a tool, through which the hollow/billet is drawn/pressed for tube drawing/extrusion. Therefore, the die determines the outside diameter of the formed tube.
In envelope making, this term usually refers to a high die for cutting envelope blanks or a window die for cutting a window opening.
The original engraving of a stamp design, usually recess-engraved in reverse on a small flat piece of soft steel. In traditional intaglio printing, a transfer roll is made from a die and printing plates are made from impressions of the transfer roll. When more than one die is used in the production of an issue, distinctive varieties are often identifiable.
1. Any of various tools for molding, stamping, cutting or shaping. 2. The stationary part of a machine for shaping or punching holes in sheet metal. 3. The mold, which holds the molten metal.
Tool with a void or cavity that is precisely fitted to a punch used to solid, molten, or powdered metal primarily because of the shape of the tool itself. Die-casting and powder metallurgy dies are sometimes referred to as molds.
In handloading, a tool to form or reform cases or bullets by cold-working, or to seat bullets.
A piece of metal at one end of which is cut the inverse of the design of one side of a coin; when a flan is struck with the die the raised design is formed.
A metal block used in forming materials by casting, molding, stamping, threading, or extruding. A metal form used as a permanent mold for die casting or lost wax process. See Lost Wax Process.
The metal orifice mounted to the discharge end of a extruder barrel through which the melt flows to form a desired extrudate. Commonly includes the die block and die adapter which holds the die block.
a mold into which molten metal or other material is forced creating a coin.
A steel rod that is engraved, punched, or hubbed with devices, lettering, the date, and other emblems.
A die is a tool used in the manufacturing industry to create a wide variety of products and components. From a simple paper clip, to complex pieces used in the latest cutting edge technology, dies are involved in producing products we use in everyday life.