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Ball Lock Quality Products
Product Applications
Ordering Information
Dayton Ball Lock Punches, Retainers, Die
Buttons, and Accessories are mainstays
in industries with high-demand
applications, including automotive and major appliance
manufacturing. Because there
is no need to pull a die from the
press, removal and replacement
of worn punches can reduce
downtime and improve profitability.
Each page contains detailed instructions on how to order
specific Dayton Ball Lock products. Individual product
drawings completely define the product—including shape,
dimensions, tolerances, and concentricity. When ordering,
you are asked to specify quantity, product type, shank and
length codes, and point or hole size (for example).
Dayton Ball Lock Punches add
longer tool life and improve finished
part quality. For example, Dayton
Jektole ® Punches (slug ejection punches)
provide increased punch to die button clearance; can triple the number of cycles between
punch regrinds; and extend tool life.
In the example below, the type specified is “HPR.” “H”
stands for heavy duty, “P” stands for punch, and “R” stands
for rectangle. 50 is the shank diameter, which is coded by
the first two digits of the decimal equivalent (.500"). 275 is
the overall length, which is coded by inches and quarterinches (2.75"). Finally, P.350 and W.190 represent the
point or hole size dimension.
HOW TO ORDER
D
P
P
Dayton Ball Lock Die Buttons include Ball
Lock, Press Fit, and EDM Die Button Blanks.
Dayton Ball Lock Retainers provide many
features, functions, and benefits. For example,
Dayton True Position® Retainers (the recognized industry
standard) eliminate hand fitting; reduce mounting time,
and are ideally suited for both round and complexshaped products. Other Dayton Retainers include
Multi-Position™, End and Square, Single Punch, and our
unique line of EZ Fit™ Retainers—a simpler, better
way to reconfigure and/or replace existing retainers.
Dayton Ball Lock Accessories (e.g., backing plugs, ball
release tools, and urethane strippers) complete the full
line of Dayton Ball Lock products, and can help speed
up and improve production. For
example, Dayton Punch Pullers
(left photo) are simple and
easy to use. Just slide
the punch puller over the
punch shank, rotate the
built-in wrench until it is
tight, re-lease the ball, and
pull down.
Qty. Type
5
L
HPR
50 275
W
P.350
W
W.190
Standard Alterations
Punches, die buttons, and retainers are available in sizes
other than those listed in the catalog.
When ordering, you are asked to specify different designations for various non-standard dimensions. For example,
if the P and W dimensions are outside the standard range,
an “X” is placed in front of the P or W dimension, e.g.,
“XP” and/or “XW.” If the point length is longer or shorter
than standard, designate “XB” for the point length. See
the foldout tabs in the individual product sections for these
and other special order designations.
XP
P
XW
® Jektole and True Position are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress Corporation.
TM
Multi-Position, EZ Fit, and all Triliteral Designators are trademarks of Dayton Progress Corporation.
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L
J
N
®
V
Y
22
Retainers
Round
®
—Light Duty
14,15
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Positive Pick-Up
LPA Pilots—Light Duty
Regular
LPT Pilots—Light Duty
Round/Shape
20, 21
18, 19
LP_ Regular—Light Duty 16, 17
Round/Shape
LJ_ Jektole
—Heavy Duty/Light Duty
Jektole®/Regular
—Heavy Duty/Light Duty
HRI/LRI Inserts
True Position®
—PosiLoc®
HRTL/HRTBL
True Position® with Backing Plate
—Heavy Duty
HRTB Single Punch
True Position® with Backing Plug
HRT/LRT Retainers
Point Larger than Shank
Multi-PositionTM
—Heavy Duty/Light Duty
13
Buttons—Press Fit
KDU/KDE
EDM Button Blanks
Round/Shape
KD_ Die
Round/Shape
29
28
27
26
38
25
LD_ Die Buttons—Ball Lock 24
Die Buttons
HRP/LRP Retainers
HK_ /HZ_ —Heavy Duty
23
Point Larger than Shank Jektole®/Regular
LK_ /LZ_ —Light Duty
Jektole®/Regular
12
10, 11
8, 9
6, 7
4, 5
Z
Jektole®/Regular
—Heavy Duty
HJB/HPB Blanks
Positive Pick-Up
HPA Pilots—Heavy Duty
Regular
HPT Pilots—Heavy Duty
Round/Shape
HP_ Regular—Heavy Duty
Round/Shape
HJ_ Jektole —Heavy Duty
H
O
—Light Duty
31
30
Shear Angles
Urethane Strippers
Key Flats/Dowel Slots
Locking Devices
®
Jektole Data
Retainers/Punches
Accessories
Form Shapes
Classified Shapes
42
41
40
39
36, 37
34, 35
32, 33
Miscellaneous/Other
—Heavy Duty/Light Duty
_RS Square
—Heavy Duty/Light Duty
LJB/LPB Blanks
K
Standard Shapes
R
_RE End
X
Retainers (cont’d)
Punches (cont’d)
Punches
Contents
Catalog Number
Dimensions, As Specified
P.350, W.190
Point or Hole Size
Overall Length L
Coded by whole number and first two
digits of dec. equiv. (2.750).
D
.1250
.1875
.2500
.3125
.3750
.4375
50
62
75
87
100
125
Code
D
.5000
.6250
.7500
.8750
1.0000
1.2500
150
175
200
225
250
275
Code
D
1.5000
1.7500
2.0000
2.2500
2.5000
2.7500
Die
Button
Dayton Progress Corporation
— matching corner shape on the punch.
➋ .007 max. fillet on the die button
matching corner shape on the
die button.
➊ .007 max. fillet on the punch —
Normal grinding methods produce:
Clearance
Classified shapes (83 common shapes, no detailing
required) are available on all punches, die buttons,
and guide bushings, as indicated in this catalog. See
pp. 32, 33 for more information and special instructions. Also, see individual product pages and p. 40
for additional information on orientation and views.
Classified Shapes
12
18
25
31
37
43
Code
Diameter (D) is shown on the order as a two- or threedigit code. To convert the shank diameter to the
appropriate code, use the following chart.
Type
275
50
Length
275
Shank Dia. D (shank diameter)
Coded by the first 2 digits of dec. equiv. (.500).
H is for Heavy Duty
P is for Punch (Regular)
R is for Rectangle
HPR
50
Line
Product
Shape
Product Series
HPR
Example:
Each page contains detailed instructions on how to
order specific Dayton Ball Lock products. In addition,
use the following chart to define the product as a part
number.
Product Designation
3
Type
.75
1.00
1.25
.375 37
.500 50
.625 62
.750 75
.875 87
1.000 100
1.250 125
.375 37
.500 50
.625 62
.750 75
.875 87
1.000 100
1.250 125
.500 50
.625 62
.750 75
.875 87
1.000 100
1.250 125
2.75
3.00
C300
D300
.125 - .374
.187 - .499
.250 - .624
.312 - .749
.375 - .874
.437 - .999
.500-1.249
.187 - .499
.250 - .624
.312 - .749
.375 - .874
.437 - .999
.500-1.249
.081
.158
.158
.235
.235
.235
.281
.158
.158
.235
.235
.235
.281
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C250
D275
C275
B275
B300
B250
.125 - .374
.187 - .499
.250 - .624
.312 - .749
.375 - .874
.437 - .999
.500-1.249
.062
.158
.158
.235
.235
.235
.281
275
300
250
.062 - .374
.187 - .499
.250 - .624
.312 - .749
.375 - .874
.437 - .999
.500-1.249
2.50
.062
.158
.158
.235
.235
.235
.281
Shape
Min. Min. Max.
XW
W P/G
*J2 (P = .062 - .0639), J3 (P = .064 - .0939), J4 (P>.094)
**See p. 39 for additional information.
.158 .187 - .499
.158 .312 - .624
.235 .437 - .749
.300 .625 - .874
.350 .750 - .999
.450 1.000-1.249
.081 .125 - .374
.158 .187 - .499
.158 .312 - .624
.235 .437 - .749
.300 .625 - .874
.350 .750 - .999
.450 1.000-1.249
.062 .125 - .374
.158 .187 - .499
.158 .312 - .624
.235 .437 - .749
.300 .625 - .874
.350 .750 - .999
.450 1.000-1.249
.062 .062 - .374
.158 .187 - .499
.158 .312 - .624
.235 .437 - .749
.300 .625 - .874
.350 .750 - .999
.450 1.000-1.249
.625
.812
.937
1.062
1.187
1.250
1.437
.375 37
.500 50
.625 62
.750 75
.875 87
1.000 100
1.250 125
D
Min.
XP
Round
Range
P
.001 P to D
.0005 P to D
Point
Lgth.
B
Code
.0005
Round P –+ .0000
Shape P, W ± .0005
Material
Steel: A2, M2, PS4, RC 60-63
HJ_
3.25
3.50
L
D325
C325
B325
325
D350
C350
B350
350
D375
C375
B375
375
3.75
4.00
4.25
4.50
4.75
D400
C400
B400
400
D450
C450
B450
450
D475
C475
B475
475
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D425
C425
B425
425
D500
C500
B500
500
5.00
D525
C525
B525
525
5.25
HJJ
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50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
Code
P&W dimensions
to be certain the
diagonal G does
not exceed the
maximum shown.
➊ Check your
D550
C550
B550
550
5.50
L
HJN
D575
C575
B575
575
5.75
D600
C600
B600
600
6.00
L
HJV
Heavy Duty
Heavy Duty
®
Jektole Punches
®
Jektole Punches
Shank
4
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
J12
J2, J3, J4*
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
J12
J2, J3, J4*
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
J12
J2, J3, J4*
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
J12
**
Jektole®
Group
HJY
2
R=G
HJZ
HJX
HJO
Type
37
75
D Code
L
C300
450
Steel
180°
180°
SB
0°
Reflected
View
Std.
Reflected
View
0°
BS 225°
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P and W dimensions are outside the standard range, an “X” is placed in front
of the P or W dimension, e.g., “XP” and/or “XW.”
If the point length is other than standard, designate “XB” as the point length. Also see “Standard
Alterations” on the front of the pullout tab in this
section for other special order designators.
Jektole® punches are available in sizes other than
those shown in the chart to the left.
270°
90°
270°
90°
P.175
A2
P.692, W.312 M2
P (or P&W)
Standard Alterations
1 Day
PS4 +2 Days
Not recommended for diameters
under .750.
A second ball seat may be specified.
Normally located 180° from the primary
ball seat, these are used to minimize
sharpening of notching punches by
rotating the punch 180°. Specify “SB”
and degree desired. A second ball can
also be located 90° from the primary
ball seat.
Double Ball Seat
Custom Ball Seat Locations can be
specified as “BS” and degrees counterclockwise from 0°. For additional
information, see “Locking Devices”
on p. 40.
Custom Ball Seat Locations
Standard Ball Seat Location is at 90°.
Alternate locations of 0°, 180°, or 270°
can be specified at no additional cost.
Standard Ball Seat Locations
Example: 25
12
Specify: Qty.
HOW TO ORDER
Some catalog products can be coated to increase hardness,
reduce galling, and improve wear and/or corrosion resistance.
Jektole® punches permit doubling punch to die button
clearance; produce up to three times the number of hits
between sharpenings; and reduce burr heights.
+ 3 days
+ 3 days
+ 4 days
+ 3 days
+12 days
+ 8 days
+ 1 days
+ 7 days
+ 7 days
+12 days
+12 days
Material
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
Dayton Progress Corporation
™ DayTAN, DayKool, and ZertonPlus are trademarks of Dayton Progress.
* Vickers used when RC exceeds 80.
® DayTride and DayTiN are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress.
XN —DayTride®
XNT —DayTiN®
XAN —DayTAN™
XCN —TiCN
XNM
XNP
XCR —DayKool™
CRN
XNA —ZertonPlus™
XNAP—XNAProgress
XCD
Code / Delivery
.115
.158
.158
.235
.235
.235
.281
.115
.158
.158
.235
.300
.350
.450
Precision Overall Length
Same as XL except overall length is held to ±.001.
LRB
B
SBR
XBB
5
6
.187
.187
.281
.281
.281
.281
.187
.187
.281
.350
.350
.450
1.62512.0000
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D
Example:
.500
.400 .300
.200
.100
P
D=.375
P=.175
(D-P)/2=(.375–.175)/2=.100
Following the .100 line on chart over the radius blend line shows
the LRB to be approximately .300.
.100
.200
To determine Length of Radius Blend (LRB)
1. Calculate (D-P)/2.
2. Find (D-P)/2 value on left side of chart.
3. Follow line over to intersection point on radius blend line.
4. Read LRB value
.300
on bottom of chart.
SBR Straight Before Radius
No sidehole
For air injection. No cost.
Smaller Jektole® Components
See p. 39
Overall Length Shortened
B length maintained
Overall Length Shortened
Stock removal from point end which shortens B length.
.115
.158
.158
.235
.235
.235
.281
.115
.158
.158
.235
.300
.350
.450
LL
XJ
Diamond Like Carbon Coating (XCD)—combines high hardness with an extremely low coefficient of friction. Good protection against abrasive & adhesive wear. Approx. hardness
*Vickers 2500.
Min. P (Rounds)
XK
XLB
ZertonPlus™ (XNA)—excellent wear resistance, thermal shock
stability and hot hardness. Approx. hardness *Vickers 3200.
XNAProgress (XNAP)—ultra-hard PVD coating that absorbs
shear stress; provides excellent high-temperature resistance.
Ideal for stamping where tools are exposed to extreme stress
profiles. A good alternative to TD coating without the dimensional changes associated with that process. Approx hardness:
*Vickers 3200.
XB
.5001- .6251- .7501- .8751- 1.0001- 1.1251- 1.2501- 1.3751- 1.5001.6250 .7500 .8750 1.0000 1.1250 1.2500 1.3750 1.5000 1.6250
HJX .062 .062 .080 .080 .115 .115 .115
HJX
.158 .158 .158 .158 .158 .158
HJX
.158 .158 .158 .158 .158 .158
HJX
.235 .235 .235 .235 .235 .235
HJX
.300 .300 .300 .300 .300 .300
HJX
.350 .350 .350 .350 .350 .350
HJX
.450 .450 .450 .450 .450 .450
Min. W (Shapes)
HJ_ .062 .062 .080 .080 .115 .115 .115
HJ_
.158 .158 .158 .158 .158 .158
HJ_
.158 .158 .158 .158 .158 .158
HJ_
.235 .235 .235 .235 .235 .235
HJ_
.235 .235 .235 .235 .235 .235
HJ_
.235 .235 .235 .235 .235 .235
HJ_
.281 .281 .281 .281 .281
XL
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
Code Type
Point
Length
Point Length
Other than Standard
For XBB, add three days to delivery.
XB
P and W Dimensions
XP, XW Smaller
than Standard
Jektole Punches—Heavy Duty
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Standard Alterations
CrN (CRN)—excellent adhesion, high toughness, and good
corrosion resistance. Primary applications are metal forming
(copper, brass, bronze), metal die casting, and plastic injection
molding. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 1800-2100.
DayKool™ (XCR)—cryogenic steel conditioning process, used
primarily with hard, thick materials. Improves strength, toughness, and dimensional stability.
XNP—the ultimate coating for extrusion and forming applications. Also works well in shaving operations. Tolerance is ±
.0002. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3100.
XNM—PVD, solid film. Produces lower coefficient of friction
than other coatings. Provides excellent lubricity. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 2000.
TiCN (XCN)—very hard PVD, thin film. Provides ultra hardness
(harder than carbide) and superior abrasive wear resistance.
Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3000.
DayTAN™ (XAN)—ultra-hard, high-aluminum PVD coating.
Absorbs shear stress and provides high temperature resistance.
Ideal for HSLA, dual phase, and TRIP steels. Approx. hardness:
*Vickers 3400.
DayTiN® (XNT)—applied via PVD (physical vapor deposition).
Provides extreme hardness (hard as carbide) and excellent
lubricity when used with a lubricant. Not recommended for
stainless steel, copper, or nickel. Approx. hardness: *Vickers
2300.
DayTride® (XN)—a low-cost surface application that treats all
exposed surfaces. Ideal for punches and die buttons. Provides
high dimensional stability. Approx. hardness: RC73.
Surface Coatings
Features/Benefits
5
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
D
1.25
1.00
.75
.625
.812
.937
1.062
1.187
1.250
1.437
Range
P
.062 - .374
.187 - .499
.312 - .624
.437 - .749
.625 - .874
.750 - .999
1.000-1.249
.125 - .374
.187 - .499
.312 - .624
.437 - .749
.625 - .874
.750 - .999
1.000-1.249
.125 - .374
.187 - .499
.312 - .624
.437 - .749
.625 - .874
.750 - .999
1.000-1.249
.187 - .499
.312 - .624
.437 - .749
.625 - .874
.750 - .999
1.000-1.249
Min.
XP
.050
.093
.125
.235
.300
.350
.450
.050
.093
.125
.235
.300
.350
.450
.081
.093
.125
.235
.300
.350
.450
.125
.158
.235
.300
.350
.450
Round
.001 P to D
.0005 P to D
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50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
50
62
75
87
100
125
Point
Lgth.
Code
B
.0005
Round P +– .0000
Shape P, W ± .0005
Material
Steel: A2, M2, PS4, RC 60-63
Shape
Min.
Min.
Max.
2.50
XW
W
P/G
.050 .062 - .374
.093 .187 - .499
250
.125 .250 - .624
.235 .312 - .749
.235 .375 - .874
.235 .437 - .999
.235 .500-1.249
.050 .125 - .374
.093 .187 - .499
B250
.125 .250 - .624
.235 .312 - .749
.235 .375 - .874
.235 .437 - .999
.235 .500-1.249
.081 .125 - .374
.093 .187 - .499
C250
.125 .250 - .624
.235 .312 - .749
.235 .375 - .874
.235 .437 - .999
.235 .500-1.249
.125 .187 - .499
.158 .250 - .624
.235 .312 - .749
.235 .375 - .874
.235 .437 - .999
.235 .500-1.249
HP_
2.75
3.00
3.25
3.50
3.75
L
4.25
4.50
6
D275
C275
B275
275
D300
C300
B300
300
D325
C325
B325
325
D350
C350
B350
350
D375
C375
B375
375
D400
C400
B400
400
4.00
4.75
5.00
5.25
D425
C425
B425
425
D450
C450
B450
450
D500
C500
B500
500
D525
C525
B525
525
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D475
C475
B475
475
D550
C550
B550
550
5.50
D575
C575
B575
575
5.75
HPJ
HPO
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50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
50
62
75
87
100
125
Code
➊ Check your
P&W dimensions
to be certain the
diagonal G does
not exceed the
maximum shown.
HPX
D600
C600
B600
600
6.00
L
D625
C625
B625
625
6.25
HPN
HPR
D650
C650
B650
650
6.50
675
6.75
D675
C675
B675
HPV
HPK
Heavy Duty
Heavy Duty
Type
Regular Punches
Regular Punches
Shank
6
D700
C700
B700
700
7.00
HPY
2
R=G
HPL
HPZ
HPH
HPX
HPR
Type
62
50
D Code
B375
300
L
180°
270°
90°
270°
0°
SB
Reflected
View
Std.
Reflected
View
0°
BS 225°
M2
A2
Steel
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P and W dimensions are outside the standard range, an “X” is placed in front
of the P or W dimension, e.g., “XP” and/or “XW.”
If the point length is other than standard, designate “XB” as the point length. Also see “Standard
Alterations” on the front of the pullout tab in this
section for other special order designators.
Regular Ball Lock punches are available in sizes
other than those shown in the chart to the left.
Standard Alterations
1 Day
PS4 +2 Days
Not recommended for diameters
under .500.
A second ball seat may be specified.
Normally located 180° from the primary
ball seat, these are used to minimize
sharpening of notching punches by
rotating the punch 180°. Specify “SB”
and degree desired. A second ball can
also be located 90° from the primary
ball seat.
Double Ball Seat
180°
90°
P.370
P.327, W.254
P (or P&W)
Custom Ball Seat Locations can be
specified as “BS” and degrees counterclockwise from 0°. For additional
information, see “Locking Devices”
on p. 40.
Custom Ball Seat Locations
Standard Ball Seat Location is at 90°.
Alternate locations of 0°, 180°, or 270°
can be specified at no additional cost.
Standard Ball Seat Locations
Example: 16
7
Specify: Qty.
HOW TO ORDER
Some catalog products can be coated to increase hardness,
reduce galling, and improve wear and/or corrosion resistance.
Regular punches provide three times better alignment
than other major brands; offer longer tool life; and can
significantly improve finished part quality.
+ 3 days
+ 3 days
+ 4 days
+ 3 days
+12 days
+ 8 days
+ 1 days
+ 7 days
+ 7 days
+12 days
+12 days
Material
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
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* Vickers used when RC exceeds 80.
® DayTride and DayTiN are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress.
™ DayTAN, DayKool, and ZertonPlus are trademarks of Dayton Progress.
XN —DayTride®
XNT —DayTiN®
XAN —DayTAN™
XCN —TiCN
XNM
XNP
XCR —DayKool™
CRN
XNA —ZertonPlus™
XNAP—XNAProgress
XCD
Code / Delivery
Diamond Like Carbon Coating (XCD)—combines high hardness with an extremely low coefficient of friction. Good protection against abrasive & adhesive wear. Approx. hardness
*Vickers 2500.
XNAProgress (XNAP)—ultra-hard PVD coating that absorbs
shear stress; provides excellent high-temperature resistance.
Ideal for stamping where tools are exposed to extreme stress
profiles. A good alternative to TD coating without the dimensional changes associated with that process. Approx hardness:
*Vickers 3200.
ZertonPlus™ (XNA)—excellent wear resistance, thermal shock
stability and hot hardness. Approx. hardness *Vickers 3200.
CrN (CRN)—excellent adhesion, high toughness, and good
corrosion resistance. Primary applications are metal forming
(copper, brass, bronze), metal die casting, and plastic injection
molding. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 1800-2100.
DayKool™ (XCR)—cryogenic steel conditioning process, used
primarily with hard, thick materials. Improves strength, toughness, and dimensional stability.
XNP—the ultimate coating for extrusion and forming applications. Also works well in shaving operations. Tolerance is ±
.0002. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3100.
XNM—PVD, solid film. Produces lower coefficient of friction
than other coatings. Provides excellent lubricity. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 2000.
TiCN (XCN)—very hard PVD, thin film. Provides ultra hardness
(harder than carbide) and superior abrasive wear resistance.
Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3000.
DayTAN™ (XAN)—ultra-hard, high-aluminum PVD coating.
Absorbs shear stress and provides high temperature resistance.
Ideal for HSLA, dual phase, and TRIP steels. Approx. hardness:
*Vickers 3400.
DayTiN® (XNT)—applied via PVD (physical vapor deposition).
Provides extreme hardness (hard as carbide) and excellent
lubricity when used with a lubricant. Not recommended for
stainless steel, copper, or nickel. Approx. hardness: *Vickers
2300.
DayTride® (XN)—a low-cost surface application that treats all
exposed surfaces. Ideal for punches and die buttons. Provides
high dimensional stability. Approx. hardness: RC73.
Surface Coatings
Features/Benefits
7
Point Length
Other than Standard
8
7
XBB
X3B
HP_
HP_
HP_
HP_
HP_
HP_
HP_
HPX
HPX
HPX
HPX
HPX
HPX
HPX
.080
.093
.125
.235
.235
.235
—
.080
.093
.125
.235
.300
.350
.450
.080
.093
.125
.235
.235
.235
.235
.080
.093
.125
.235
.300
.350
.450
Min. P (Rounds)
.106 .115 .115 .115
.125 .125 .125 .125
.158 .158 .158 .158
.235 .235 .235 .235
.300 .300 .300 .300
.350 .350 .350 .350
.450 .450 .450 .450
Min. W (Shapes)
.106 .115 .115 .115
.125 .125 .125 .125
.158 .158 .158 .158
.235 .235 .235 .235
.235 .235 .235 .235
.235 .235 .235 .235
.235 .235 .235 .235
.115
.125
.158
.235
.235
.235
.235
.115
.125
.158
.235
.300
.350
.450
.156
.156
.187
.250
.250
.250
.265
.187
.187
.187
.281
.350
.350
.450
L
B
Precision Overall Length
Same as XL except overall length is held to ±.001.
Overall Length Shortened
B length maintained
XL
1.375 Min.
(Ref.)
Overall Length Shortened
Stock removal from point end which shortens B length.
.050 .050
— .093
— .125
— —
— —
— —
—
.050 .050
— .093
— .125
— .235
— .300
— .350
— .450
.100
.200
LRB
B
SBR
.250
.250
.250
.375
.375
.375
.450
.312
.312
.312
.375
.437
.437
.450
Dayton Progress Corporation
Example:
.500
.400 .300
.200
.100
P
D=.375
P=.175
(D-P)/2=(.375–.175)/2=.100
Following the .100 line on chart over the radius blend line shows
the LRB to be approximately .300.
D
To determine Length of Radius Blend (LRB)
1. Calculate (D-P)/2.
2. Find (D-P)/2 value on left side of chart.
3. Follow line over to intersection point on radius blend line.
4. Read LRB value
.300
on bottom of chart.
SBR Straight Before Radius
LL
XLB
XL
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
Code Type
Point .5001- .6251- .7501- .8751- 1.0001- 1.1251-1.2501- 1.3751-1.5001- 1.6251- 2.0001- 2.5001Length .6250 .7500 .8750 1.0000 1.1250 1.2500 1.3750 1.5000 1.6250 2.0000 2.5000 3.0000
XB
For XBB and X3B, add three days to delivery.
XB
P and W Dimensions
XP, XW Smaller
than Standard
Regular Punches—Heavy Duty
Standard Alterations
Dayton Progress Corporation
Point
Lgth.
D Code B
.625
.375 37
.812
.500 50
.937
.625 62
.750 75 1.062
.875 87 1.187
1.000 100 1.250
1.250 125 1.437
.375 37
.500 50
.625 62
.750 75
.75
.875 87
1.000 100
1.250 125
.375 37
.500 50
.625 62
.750 75 1.00
.875 87
1.000 100
1.250 125
.500 50
.625 62
.750 75
1.25
.875 87
1.000 100
1.250 125
Round
Min.
Range
XP
P
.061 .092 - .375
.092 .186 - .500
.124 .311 - .625
.234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.449 .999-1.250
.061 .124 - .375
.092 .186 - .500
.124 .311 - .625
.234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.449 .999-1.250
.079 .124 - .375
.092 .186 - .500
.124 .311 - .625
.234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.449 .999-1.250
.124 .186 - .500
.157 .311 - .625
.234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.449 .999-1.250
C250
B250
250
2.50
.0005
.0005 P to D
Round P +– .0000
When P=D, shank tolerance applies.
Material
Steel: A2, M2, PS4, RC 60-63
D275
C275
B275
275
2.75
D300
C300
B300
300
3.00
HPT
3.25
3.50
3.75
L
4.00
4.25
4.50
4.75
5.00
5.25
D325
C325
B325
325
D350
C350
B350
350
D375
C375
B375
375
D400
C400
B400
400
D425
C425
B425
425
D450
C450
B450
450
D500
C500
B500
500
D525
C525
B525
525
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D475
C475
B475
475
D550
C550
B550
550
5.50
D575
C575
B575
575
5.75
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37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
50
62
75
87
100
125
Code
D600
C600
B600
600
6.00
L
Heavy Duty
Heavy Duty
Type
Regular Pilots
Regular Pilots
Shank
8
D625
C625
B625
625
6.25
D650
C650
B650
650
6.50
D675
C675
B675
675
6.75
D700
C700
B700
700
7.00
HPT
Example: 13
37
D Code
300
L
P
P.175
A2
Steel
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P dimension is outside the
standard range, an “X” is placed in front of the P
dimension, e.g., “XP.” If the point length is other
than standard, designate “XB” as the point length.
Also see “Standard Alterations” on the front of the
pullout tab in this section for other special order
designators.
Regular Ball Lock pilots are available in sizes
other than those shown in the chart to the left.
Standard Alterations
1 Day
PS4 +2 Days
Type
Specify: Qty.
HOW TO ORDER
Some catalog products can be coated to increase hardness,
reduce galling, and improve wear and/or corrosion resistance.
Regular pilots are built to exact tolerances; the parabolic
point shape allows for smooth pick-up action; and pilots
offer a wide range of unique punching and fabrication
applications.
+ 3 days
+ 3 days
+ 4 days
+ 3 days
+12 days
+ 8 days
+ 1 days
+ 7 days
+ 7 days
+12 days
+12 days
Material
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
Dayton Progress Corporation
* Vickers used when RC exceeds 80.
® DayTride and DayTiN are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress.
™ DayTAN, DayKool, and ZertonPlus are trademarks of Dayton Progress.
XN —DayTride®
XNT —DayTiN®
XAN —DayTAN™
XCN —TiCN
XNM
XNP
XCR —DayKool™
CRN
XNA —ZertonPlus™
XNAP—XNAProgress
XCD
Code / Delivery
Diamond Like Carbon Coating (XCD)—combines high hardness with an extremely low coefficient of friction. Good protection against abrasive & adhesive wear. Approx. hardness
*Vickers 2500.
XNAProgress (XNAP)—ultra-hard PVD coating that absorbs
shear stress; provides excellent high-temperature resistance.
Ideal for stamping where tools are exposed to extreme stress
profiles. A good alternative to TD coating without the dimensional changes associated with that process. Approx hardness:
*Vickers 3200.
ZertonPlus™ (XNA)—excellent wear resistance, thermal shock
stability and hot hardness. Approx. hardness *Vickers 3200.
CrN (CRN)—excellent adhesion, high toughness, and good
corrosion resistance. Primary applications are metal forming
(copper, brass, bronze), metal die casting, and plastic injection
molding. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 1800-2100.
DayKool™ (XCR)—cryogenic steel conditioning process, used
primarily with hard, thick materials. Improves strength, toughness, and dimensional stability.
XNP—the ultimate coating for extrusion and forming applications. Also works well in shaving operations. Tolerance is ±
.0002. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3100.
XNM—PVD, solid film. Produces lower coefficient of friction
than other coatings. Provides excellent lubricity. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 2000.
TiCN (XCN)—very hard PVD, thin film. Provides ultra hardness
(harder than carbide) and superior abrasive wear resistance.
Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3000.
DayTAN™ (XAN)—ultra-hard, high-aluminum PVD coating.
Absorbs shear stress and provides high temperature resistance.
Ideal for HSLA, dual phase, and TRIP steels. Approx. hardness:
*Vickers 3400.
DayTiN® (XNT)—applied via PVD (physical vapor deposition).
Provides extreme hardness (hard as carbide) and excellent
lubricity when used with a lubricant. Not recommended for
stainless steel, copper, or nickel. Approx. hardness: *Vickers
2300.
DayTride® (XN)—a low-cost surface application that treats all
exposed surfaces. Ideal for punches and die buttons. Provides
high dimensional stability. Approx. hardness: RC73.
Surface Coatings
Features/Benefits
9
XB
B
P
P
XP
P Dimensions
Smaller than Standard
Point Length
Other than Standard
XB
XBB
X3B
For XBB and X3B, add three days to delivery.
XB
9
10
.079
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
.449
.079
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
.449
Overall Length Shortened
B length maintained
Overall Length Shortened
Stock removal from point end which shortens
B length.
.
.061
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
.449
Min. P (Rounds)
.105 .114 .114 .114
.124 .124 .124 .124
.157 .157 .157 .157
.234 .234 .234 .234
.299 .299 .299 .299
.349 .349 .349 .349
.449 .449 .449 .449
B
.114
.124
.157
.234
.299
.349
.449
.186 .249
.186 .249
.186 .249
.280 .311
.349 .374
.349 .374
.449 .449
.100
.200
LRB
SBR
P
.311
.311
.311
.405
.436
.436
.449
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Example:
.500 .400 .300
.200 .100
D=.375
P=.175
(D-P)/2=(.375–.175)/2=.100
Following the .100 line on chart over the radius blend line shows
the LRB to be approximately .300.
D
SBR Straight Before Radius
To determine Length of Radius Blend (LRB)
1. Calculate (D-P)/2.
2. Find (D-P)/2 value on left side of chart.
3. Follow line over to intersection point on radius blend line.
.300
4. Read LRB value
on bottom of chart.
XLB
XL
Code Type
37 HPT .061
50 HPT
62 HPT
75 HPT
87 HPT
100 HPT
125 HPT
Point .5001- .6251- .7501- .8751- 1.0001-1.1251- 1.2501- 1.3751- 1.5001- 1.6251-2.0001- 2.5001Length .6250 .7500 .8750 1.0000 1.1250 1.2500 1.3750 1.5000 1.6250 2.0000 2.5000 3.0000
1.375
Min.
XP
Regular Pilots—Heavy Duty
Standard Alterations
HPA
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
50
62
75
87
100
125
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
Round
Point
Lgth. Min.
Range
B
XP
P
.625 .083 .186 - .375
.812 .092 .249 - .500
.937 .124 .311 - .625
1.062 .234 .436 - .750
1.187 .299 .624 - .875
1.250 .349 .749-1.000
1.437 .449 .999-1.250
.083 .186 - .375
.092 .249 - .500
.124 .311 - .625
.75 .234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.449 .999-1.250
.083 .186 - .375
.092 .249 - .500
.124 .311 - .625
1.00 .234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.449 .999-1.250
.124 .249 - .500
.157 .311 - .625
.234 .436 - .750
1.25
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.449 .999-1.250
.37
.50
.62
.75
.87
1.00
1.25
.37
.50
.62
.75
.87
1.00
1.25
.37
.50
.62
.75
.87
1.00
1.25
.50
.62
.75
.87
1.00
1.25
*N
2.50
.2342
.3252
250
.4162
.5072
.5982
.6892
.8712
.2342
.3252
B250
.4162
.5072
.5982
.6892
.8712
.2342
.3252
C250
.4162
.5072
.5982
.6892
.8712
.3252
.4162
.5072
.5982
.6892
.8712
Pn
D275
C275
B275
275
2.75
Dayton Progress Corporation
*N =[(P-.057)/.728]+.132 when “P” dimension is less than “Pn” shown in chart.
Code
D
Shank
D300
C300
B300
300
3.00
D325
C325
B325
325
3.25
D350
C350
B350
350
3.50
L
D375
C375
B375
375
3.75
Order any length shown. If you require a length between those shown, designate “XL.”
Example: You require a length of 3.600. Order 375, then show XL 3.600. See “How to Order”
example on the next page. XL is available down to 1.375. Note shank length limitation of .75.
(B length may be shorter than shown when XL is under the shortest length shown.)
There is no additional charge for XL.
When P=D, shank tolerance applies.
Material
Steel: M2, PS4, RC 60-63
All heads are drawn to RC 40-55.
.0005 P to D
Round P +.0005
–.0000
4.00
4.25
4.50
4.75
5.00
5.25
D400
C400
B400
400
D425
C425
B425
425
D450
C450
B450
450
D500
C500
B500
500
D525
C525
B525
525
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D475
C475
B475
475
D550
C550
B550
550
D575
C575
B575
575
5.75
600
6.00
D600
C600
B600
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37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
50
62
75
87
100
125
Code 5.50
Geometry provides
smoother pick-up
without risk of
distortion of hole.
D625
C625
B625
625
6.25
L
D650
C650
B650
650
6.50
D675
C675
B675
675
6.75
D700
C700
B700
700
7.00
Greater positioning—
moves stock farther than
conventional pilots.
Heavy Duty
Heavy Duty
Type
Positive Pick-Up Pilots
Positive Pick-Up Pilots
10
Qty.
HPA
Type
75
D Code
275
L
P
P.624
M2
Steel
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P dimension is outside the
standard range, an “X” is placed in front of the
P dimension, e.g., “XP.” If the point length is other
than standard, designate “XB” as the point length.
Also see “Standard Alterations” on the front of the
pullout tab in this section for other special order
designators.
Ball Lock positive pick-up pilots are available in
sizes other than those shown in the chart to the left.
Standard Alterations
1 Day
PS4 +2 Days
Example: 3
Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
+ 3 days
+ 3 days
+ 4 days
+ 3 days
+12 days
+ 8 days
+ 1 days
+ 7 days
+ 7 days
+12 days
+12 days
Material
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
Dayton Progress Corporation
* Vickers used when RC exceeds 80.
® DayTride and DayTiN are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress.
™ DayTAN, DayKool, and ZertonPlus are trademarks of Dayton Progress.
XN —DayTride®
XNT —DayTiN®
XAN —DayTAN™
XCN —TiCN
XNM
XNP
XCR —DayKool™
CRN
XNA —ZertonPlus™
XNAP—XNAProgress
XCD
Code / Delivery
Diamond Like Carbon Coating (XCD)—combines high hardness with an extremely low coefficient of friction. Good protection against abrasive & adhesive wear. Approx. hardness
*Vickers 2500.
XNAProgress (XNAP)—ultra-hard PVD coating that absorbs
shear stress; provides excellent high-temperature resistance.
Ideal for stamping where tools are exposed to extreme stress
profiles. A good alternative to TD coating without the dimensional changes associated with that process. Approx hardness:
*Vickers 3200.
ZertonPlus™ (XNA)—excellent wear resistance, thermal shock
stability and hot hardness. Approx. hardness *Vickers 3200.
CrN (CRN)—excellent adhesion, high toughness, and good
corrosion resistance. Primary applications are metal forming
(copper, brass, bronze), metal die casting, and plastic injection
molding. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 1800-2100.
DayKool™ (XCR)—cryogenic steel conditioning process, used
primarily with hard, thick materials. Improves strength, toughness, and dimensional stability.
XNP—the ultimate coating for extrusion and forming applications. Also works well in shaving operations. Tolerance is ±
.0002. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3100.
XNM—PVD, solid film. Produces lower coefficient of friction
than other coatings. Provides excellent lubricity. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 2000.
TiCN (XCN)—very hard PVD, thin film. Provides ultra hardness
(harder than carbide) and superior abrasive wear resistance.
Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3000.
DayTAN™ (XAN)—ultra-hard, high-aluminum PVD coating.
Absorbs shear stress and provides high temperature resistance.
Ideal for HSLA, dual phase, and TRIP steels. Approx. hardness:
*Vickers 3400.
DayTiN® (XNT)—applied via PVD (physical vapor deposition).
Provides extreme hardness (hard as carbide) and excellent
lubricity when used with a lubricant. Not recommended for
stainless steel, copper, or nickel. Approx. hardness: *Vickers
2300.
DayTride® (XN)—a low-cost surface application that treats all
exposed surfaces. Ideal for punches and die buttons. Provides
high dimensional stability. Approx. hardness: RC73.
XB
P Dimensions
Smaller than Standard
XBB
X3B
For XBB and X3B, add three days
to delivery.
.083
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
.449
.083
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
.449
.114
.124
.155
.234
.299
.349
.449
.114
.124
.155
.234
.299
.349
.449
.186
.186
.186
.280
.349
.349
.449
LRB
SBR
.249
.249
.249
.311
.374
.374
.449
Dayton Progress Corporation
Example:
.500 .400 .300
.200 .100
D=.375
P=.175
(D-P)/2=(.375–.175)/2=.100
Following the .100 line on chart over the radius blend line shows
the LRB to be approximately .300.
D
.100
.200
To determine Length of Radius Blend (LRB)
1. Calculate (D-P)/2.
2. Find (D-P)/2 value on left side of chart.
3. Follow line over to intersection point on radius blend line.
.300
4. Read LRB value
on bottom of chart.
B
Overall Length Shortened
Stock removal from point end. B length is maintained.
Available at no charge within catalog range.
.083
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
.449
Min. P (Rounds)
.083 .105 .114 .114
.092 .124 .124 .124
.124 .155 .155 .155
.234 .234 .234 .234
.299 .299 .299 .299
.349 .349 .349 .349
.449 .449 .449 .449
P
.311
.311
.311
.374
.436
.436
.449
.5001- .6251-.7501- .8751- 1.0001-1.1251-1.2501-1.3751-1.5001- 1.6251- 2.0001- 2.5001.6250 .7500 .8750 1.0000 1.250 1.2500 1.3750 1.5000 1.6250 2.0000 2.5000 3.0000
SBR Straight Before Radius
XL
Code Type
37 HPA
50 HPA
62 HPA
75 HPA
87 HPA
100 HPA
125 HPA
Point
Length
Some catalog products can be coated to increase hardness,
reduce galling, and improve wear and/or corrosion resistance.
12
11
Point Length
Other than Standard
Specify XB, XBB, or X3B and length
(see chart below).
XP
XB
Surface Coatings
Positive pick-up pilots provide smoother pick-up without
the risk of distorting the hole; in addition, the unique
design moves the stock farther than conventional pilots.
Positive Pick-Up Pilots—Heavy Duty
Standard Alterations
Features/Benefits
11
11
Type
250
2.50
HJB
HPB
Example: 12
5
50
75
D Code
275
2.75
L
300
M2
A2
Steel
325
3.25
300
3.00
3.00
300
400
275
2.75
Dayton Progress Corporation
Type
Qty.
Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
*See p. 39 for additional information.
Code 2.50
37
50
250
62
75
87
100
125
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
Shank
Code
D
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
D
HPB .375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
Type
HJB
Shank
Material
Steel: A2, M2, PS4, RC 60-63
4.00
L
350
3.50
325
3.25
3.75
4.50
4.75
5.00
5.25
5.50
5.75
6.00
*
Jektole®
Group
Material
Steel: A2, M2, RC 60-63.
.0005
.0005 P to D
Round P +– .0000
.001 P to D
Shape P, W ± .0005
375
3.75
350
3.50
400
4.00
375
425
4.25
400
450
4.50
L
500
5.00
450
525
5.25
475
1 Day
PS4 +2 Days
475
4.75
425
4.25
550
5.50
500
575
5.75
525
600
6.00
650
6.50
575
675
6.75
600
700
7.00
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625
6.25
550
J4
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
J12
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
D
Shank
Point
Lgth.
B
H_O
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Not recommended for diameters
under .750 for HZ__ and .500 for HK__.
A second ball seat may be specified.
Normally located 180° from the primary
ball seat, these are used to minimize
sharpening of notching punches by
rotating the punch 180°. Specify “SB”
and degree desired. A second ball
can also be located 90° from the
primary ball seat.
Double Ball Seat
Custom Ball Seat Locations can be
specified as “BS” and degrees counterclockwise from 0°. For additional
information, see “Locking Devices”
on p. 40.
Custom Ball Seat Locations
Standard Ball Seat Location is at 90°.
Alternate locations of 0°, 180°, or 270°
can be specified at no additional cost.
Standard Ball Seat Locations
180°
180°
270°
90°
270°
SB
0°
Reflected
View
Std.
Reflected
View
0°
BS 225°
250
2.50
H_K
Shape
Min. Max.
W P/G
.125 - .875
.188-1.250
.250-1.500
.312-1.500
.375-1.750
.437-1.750
.500-2.000
90°
Min
XW
.062
.158
.158
.235
.235
.235
.281
H_R
1-4 pcs., 2 Days
5-19 pcs., 3 Days
Round
Range
P
.376 - .875
.501-1.250
.626-1.500
.751-1.500
.876-1.750
1.001-1.750
1.251-2.000
H_X
37 .62
50 .75
62 .88
75 .94
87 .94
100 .94
125 1.25
Code
*See p. 39 for additional information.
HK_ Regular
HZ_ Jektole ®
Type
to be certain the diagonal G does
not exceed the maximum shown.
➊ Check your P&W dimensions
Jektole®
Type
HZ_
Type
Regular
HK_
Type
HPB
Regular
Jektole®
HJB
Type
275
2.75
H_L
325
3.25
350
3.50
L
H_J
100
D Code
375
3.75
H_N
L
350
400
425
4.25
2
P1.350, W.500
450
4.50
R=G
H_Y
P (or P&W)
4.00
H_V
M2
Steel
J4
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
J12
*
H_Z
Jektole ®
Group
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P and W dimensions are outside
the standard range, an “X” is placed in front of the
P or W dimension, e.g., “XP” and/or “XW.” If the
point length is other than standard, designate “XB”
as the point length. Also see “Standard Alterations”
on the front of the pullout tab in this section for
other special order designators.
Point Larger than Shank Ball Lock punches are
available in sizes other than those shown in the
chart above.
Standard Alterations
HKR
Qty. Type
Example: 2
Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
300
3.00
H_H
Heavy Duty
Heavy Duty
®
Point Larger than Shank Jektole & Regular
®
Punch Blanks Jektole & Regular
12
+ 3 days
+ 3 days
+ 4 days
+ 3 days
+12 days
+ 8 days
+ 1 days
+ 7 days
+ 7 days
+12 days
+12 days
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
Material
Dayton Progress Corporation
* Vickers used when RC exceeds 80.
® DayTride and DayTiN are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress.
™ DayTAN, DayKool, and ZertonPlus are trademarks of Dayton Progress.
XN —DayTride®
XNT —DayTiN®
XAN —DayTAN™
XCN —TiCN
XNM
XNP
XCR —DayKool™
CRN
XNA —ZertonPlus™
XNAP—XNAProgress
XCD
Code / Delivery
Diamond Like Carbon Coating (XCD)—combines high hardness with an extremely low coefficient of friction. Good protection against abrasive & adhesive wear. Approx. hardness
*Vickers 2500.
XNAProgress (XNAP)—ultra-hard PVD coating that absorbs
shear stress; provides excellent high-temperature resistance.
Ideal for stamping where tools are exposed to extreme stress
profiles. A good alternative to TD coating without the dimensional changes associated with that process. Approx hardness:
*Vickers 3200.
ZertonPlus™ (XNA)—excellent wear resistance, thermal shock
stability and hot hardness. Approx. hardness *Vickers 3200.
CrN (CRN)—excellent adhesion, high toughness, and good
corrosion resistance. Primary applications are metal forming
(copper, brass, bronze), metal die casting, and plastic injection
molding. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 1800-2100.
DayKool™ (XCR)—cryogenic steel conditioning process, used
primarily with hard, thick materials. Improves strength, toughness, and dimensional stability.
XNP—the ultimate coating for extrusion and forming applications. Also works well in shaving operations. Tolerance is ±
.0002. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3100.
XNM—PVD, solid film. Produces lower coefficient of friction
than other coatings. Provides excellent lubricity. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 2000.
TiCN (XCN)—very hard PVD, thin film. Provides ultra hardness
(harder than carbide) and superior abrasive wear resistance.
Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3000.
DayTAN™ (XAN)—ultra-hard, high-aluminum PVD coating.
Absorbs shear stress and provides high temperature resistance.
Ideal for HSLA, dual phase, and TRIP steels. Approx. hardness:
*Vickers 3400.
DayTiN® (XNT)—applied via PVD (physical vapor deposition).
Provides extreme hardness (hard as carbide) and excellent
lubricity when used with a lubricant. Not recommended for
stainless steel, copper, or nickel. Approx. hardness: *Vickers
2300.
DayTride® (XN)—a low-cost surface application that treats all
exposed surfaces. Ideal for punches and die buttons. Provides
high dimensional stability. Approx. hardness: RC73.
Some catalog products can be coated to increase hardness,
reduce galling, and improve wear and/or corrosion resistance.
Surface Coatings
13
Overall Length
Shortened
Stock removal from
shank end. Minimum
shank length is 19⁄16".
Does not alter ball seat
location.
XL
Precision Overall Length
Same as XL except overall length is held to ±.001.
L
Your Specs
XSC MT.0625 CS 5
Alt.
Mat’l
Clear
Code Thickness Per Side
(inches)
(%)
Dayton Progress Corporation
For additional information, contact your
Dayton distributor.
Catalog Number
Inch KDX 62 100 P.250
Type D L
P
HOW TO ORDER
Dayton Slug Control is easy to specify and order.
Simply add the information that is unique to your
application to the die button catalog number.
Please specify XSC for alteration and show
material thickness (inches) and clearance per side
(percentage).
Ordering
Our guarantee: Use Dayton Slug Control in a
stamping die now pulling slugs. If, for any reason,
you are not completely satisfied, we will refund the
full cost of the Slug Control alteration. (We cannot
guarantee the retention of slugs when clearance
exceeds 10% per side.)
Dayton Slug Control is a
guaranteed method for
reducing the risk of pulling
slugs to the die surface
during withdrawal of the
punch. A series of grooves
is designed inside the die
button (see drawing). There,
the slugs are trapped until they
fall freely through the relief. The
use of Dayton Slug Control has no effect on hole
size, and will not require any changes in current
regrind practices.
Dayton Slug Control
LL
XL
13
14
Point Length
Shorter than
Standard
(Shortens punch from
the point end.)
XB
Point Larger than Shank—Heavy Duty
Standard Alterations
Type
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
37
50
62
75
87
100
50
62
75
87
100
.250
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
.250
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.25
1.00
.75
.500
.625
.750
.875
.937
.937
.937
.050
.115
.158
.158
.235
.300
.350
.050
.115
.158
.158
.235
.300
.350
.115
.158
.158
.235
.300
.350
.158
.158
.235
.300
.350
.062-.249
.125-.374
.187-.499
.312-.624
.437-.749
.625-.874
.750-.999
.093-.249
.125-.374
.187-.499
.312-.624
.437-.749
.625-.874
.750-.999
.125-.374
.187-.499
.312-.624
.437-.749
.625-.874
.750-.999
.187-.499
.312-.624
.437-.749
.625-.874
.750-.999
Round
Point
Lgth. Min. Range
B
XP
P
Dayton Progress Corporation
Shape
Min.
Min.
Max.
XW
W P/G
.050 .062-.249
.115 .125-.374
.158 .187-.499
.158 .250-.624
.235 .312-.749
.235 .375-.874
.235 .437-.999
.050 .093-.249
.115 .125-.374
.158 .187-.499
.158 .250-.624
.235 .312-.749
.235 .375-.874
.235 .437-.999
.115 .125-.374
.158 .187-.499
.158 .250-.624
.235 .312-.749
.235 .375-.874
.235 .437-.999
.158 .187-.499
.158 .250-.624
.235 .312-.749
.235 .375-.874
.235 .437-.999
.001 P to D
.0005 P to D
*J2 (P =.050-.0639) J3 (P t .064)t
**See p. 39 for additional information.
Code
D
Shank
.0005
Round P +– .0000
Shape P, W ± .0005
Material
Steel: A2, M2, PS4, RC 60-63
200
2.00
2.50
2.75
C275
D275
C250
D250
C225
B275
B250
B225
275
250
225
2.25
LJ_
3.00
L
3.25
3.50
3.75
4.00
4.25
4.50
D300
C300
B300
300
D325
C325
B325
325
D350
C350
B350
350
D375
C375
B375
375
D425
C425
B425
425
D450
C450
B450
450
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C400
B400
400
D475
C475
B475
475
4.75
L
D500
C500
B500
500
5.00
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25
37
50
62
75
87
100
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
37
50
62
75
87
100
50
62
75
87
100
Code
➊ Check your
P&W dimensions
to be certain the
diagonal G does
not exceed the
maximum shown.
D525
C525
B525
525
5.25
D550
C550
B550
550
5.50
L
Light Duty
Light Duty
®
Jektole Punches
®
Jektole Punches
14
D575
C575
B575
575
5.75
D600
C600
B600
600
J2, J3*
J4
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
J2, J3*
J4
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
J4
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
** ®
6.00 Jektole
Group
2
R=G
L
37
50
D Code
L
325
400
180°
180°
SB
0°
Reflected
View
Std.
Reflected
View
0°
BS 225°
A2
M2
Steel
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P and W dimensions are outside the standard range, an “X” is placed in front
of the P or W dimension, e.g., “XP” and/or “XW.”
If the point length is other than standard, designate “XB” as the point length. Also see “Standard
Alterations” on the front of the pullout tab in this
section for other special order designators.
Jektole® punches are available in sizes other than
those shown in the chart to the left.
270°
90°
270°
90°
P.175
P.327, W.254
P (or P&W)
Standard Alterations
1 Day
PS4 +2 Days
Not recommended for diameters
under .625.
A second ball seat may be specified.
Normally located 180° from the
primary ball seat, these are used
to minimize sharpening of notching
punches by rotating the punch 180°.
Specify “SB” and degree desired.
A second ball can also be located
90° from the primary ball seat.
Double Ball Seat
Custom Ball Seat Locations can be
specified as “BS” and degrees counterclockwise from 0°. For additional
information, see “Locking Devices”
on p. 40.
Custom Ball Seat Locations
Standard Ball Seat Location is at 90°.
Alternate locations of 0°, 180°, or
270° can be specified at no additional
cost.
Standard Ball Seat Locations
LJX
LJR
Qty. Type
Example: 21
15
Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
Some catalog products can be coated to increase hardness,
reduce galling, and improve wear and/or corrosion resistance.
+ 3 days
+ 3 days
+ 4 days
+ 3 days
+12 days
+ 8 days
+ 1 days
+ 7 days
+ 7 days
+12 days
+12 days
Material
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
Dayton Progress Corporation
* Vickers used when RC exceeds 80.
® DayTride and DayTiN are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress.
™ DayTAN, DayKool, and ZertonPlus are trademarks of Dayton Progress.
XN —DayTride®
XNT —DayTiN®
XAN —DayTAN™
XCN —TiCN
XNM
XNP
XCR —DayKool™
CRN
XNA —ZertonPlus™
XNAP—XNAProgress
XCD
Code / Delivery
Diamond Like Carbon Coating (XCD)—combines high hardness with an extremely low coefficient of friction. Good protection against abrasive & adhesive wear. Approx. hardness
*Vickers 2500.
XNAProgress (XNAP)—ultra-hard PVD coating that absorbs
shear stress; provides excellent high-temperature resistance.
Ideal for stamping where tools are exposed to extreme stress
profiles. A good alternative to TD coating without the dimensional changes associated with that process. Approx hardness:
*Vickers 3200.
ZertonPlus™ (XNA)—excellent wear resistance, thermal shock
stability and hot hardness. Approx. hardness *Vickers 3200.
CrN (CRN)—excellent adhesion, high toughness, and good
corrosion resistance. Primary applications are metal forming
(copper, brass, bronze), metal die casting, and plastic injection
molding. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 1800-2100.
DayKool™ (XCR)—cryogenic steel conditioning process, used
primarily with hard, thick materials. Improves strength, toughness, and dimensional stability.
XNP—the ultimate coating for extrusion and forming applications. Also works well in shaving operations. Tolerance is ±
.0002. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3100.
XNM—PVD, solid film. Produces lower coefficient of friction
than other coatings. Provides excellent lubricity. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 2000.
TiCN (XCN)—very hard PVD, thin film. Provides ultra hardness
(harder than carbide) and superior abrasive wear resistance.
Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3000.
DayTAN™ (XAN)—ultra-hard, high-aluminum PVD coating.
Absorbs shear stress and provides high temperature resistance.
Ideal for HSLA, dual phase, and TRIP steels. Approx. hardness:
*Vickers 3400.
DayTiN® (XNT)—applied via PVD (physical vapor deposition).
Provides extreme hardness (hard as carbide) and excellent
lubricity when used with a lubricant. Not recommended for
stainless steel, copper, or nickel. Approx. hardness: *Vickers
2300.
DayTride® (XN)—a low-cost surface application that treats all
exposed surfaces. Ideal for punches and die buttons. Provides
high dimensional stability. Approx. hardness: RC73.
Surface Coatings
Features/Benefits
Jektole® punches permit doubling punch to die button
clearance; produce up to three times the number of hits
between sharpenings; and reduce burr heights.
15
Point Length
Other than Standard
.115
.158
.158
.235
.235
.235
.115
.158
.158
.235
.300
.350
A°
5°
7.5°
10°
Smaller Jektole® Components
See p. 39.
XK
LRB
B
SBR
No Side Hole
For air ejection. No cost.
.187
.188
.250
.250
.250
.187
.188
.281
.312
.350
Dayton Progress Corporation
Example:
D
.500
.400 .300
.200
.100
D=.375
P=.175
(D-P)/2=(.375–.175)/2=.100
Following the .100 line on chart over the radius blend line shows
the LRB to be approximately .300.
To determine Length of Radius Blend (LRB)
1. Calculate (D-P)/2.
2. Find (D-P)/2 value on left side of chart.
3. Follow line over to
intersection point
.300
on radius blend line.
.200
4. Read LRB value
.100
on bottom of chart.
SBR Straight Before Radius
XJ
Angles of 5° and 7.5° also available
on .625 and larger diameters.
(Specify XA and angle after WS.)
D
25,37
50
62-100
Example: LJX50 400, P.327, M2, WS, XA 7.5°
Precision Overall Length
Same as XL except overall length is held to ±.001.
Whistle Stop See table for standard angles. The Whistle Stop
alteration is ground through the ball seat, subject to the same
limitations as other standard and custom ball seat locations.
WS
Overall Length Shortened
B length maintained
.115
.158
.158
.235
.235
.235
.115
.158
.158
.235
.300
.350
LL
XLB
.080
.115
.158
.158
.235
.300
.350
.080
.115 .115 .115 .115
.158 .158 .158 .158
.158 .158 .158 .158
.235 .235 .235 .235
.300 .300 .300 .300
.350 .350 .350 .350
Min. W (Shapes)
.050 .050 .080 .080
.115 .115 .115 .115 .115 .115
.158 .158 .158 .158
.158 .158 .158 .158
.235 .235 .235 .235
.235 .235 .235 .235 .235
.235 .235 .235 .235 .235
.050
.115
.158
.158
.235
.300
.350
Overall Length Shortened
Stock removal from point end which shortens B length.
.
LJ_
LJ_
LJ_
LJ_
LJ_
LJ_
LJ_
XL
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
LJX .050
LJX .115
LJX
LJX
LJX
LJX
LJX
Min. P (Rounds)
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
.5001- .6251- .7501- .8751- 1.0001- 1.1251- 1.2501- 1.3751- 1.5001- 1.6251.6250 .7500 .8750 1.0000 1.1250 1.2500 1.3750 1.5000 1.6250 2.0000
Point
Length
XBB
16
15
Code Type
XB
For XBB, add three days to delivery.
XB
and W Dimensions
XP, XW PSmaller
than Standard
Jektole Punches—Light Duty
®
Standard Alterations
P
Round
Min.
Range
XP
P
.040 .062-.249
.050 .125-.374
.093 .187-.499
.125 .312-.624
.235 .437-.749
.300 .625-.874
.350 .750-.999
.040 .093-.249
.050 .125-.374
.093 .187-.499
.125 .312-.624
.235 .437-.749
.300 .625-.874
.350 .750-.999
.080 .125-.374
.093 .187-.499
.125 .312-.624
.235 .437-.749
.300 .625-.874
.350 .750-.999
.125 .187-.499
.158 .312-.624
.235 .437-.749
.300 .625-.874
.350 .750-.999
.001 P to D
.0005 P to D
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Point
Lgth.
D Code B
25 .500
.250
37 .625
.375
50 .750
.500
62 .875
.625
75 .937
.750
87 .937
.875
1.000 100 .937
25
.250
37
.375
50
.500
62
.625
.75
75
.750
87
.875
1.000 100
37
.375
50
.500
62
.625
1.00
75
.750
87
.875
1.000 100
50
.500
62
.625
75 1.25
.750
87
.875
1.000 100
Shank
.0005
Round P +– .0000
Shape P, W ± .0005
Material
Steel: A2, M2, PS4, RC 60-63
Shape
Min. Max.
W P/G
.062-.249
.125-.374
.187-.499
.250-.624
.312-.749
.375-.874
.437-.999
.093-.249
.125-.374
.187-.499
.250-.624
.312-.749
.375-.874
.437-.999
.125-.374
.187-.499
.250-.624
.312-.749
.375-.874
.437-.999
.187-.499
.250-.624
.312-.749
.375-.874
.437-.999
Min.
XW
.040
.050
.093
.125
.235
.235
.235
.040
.050
.093
.125
.235
.235
.235
.080
.093
.125
.235
.235
.235
.125
.158
.235
.235
.235
L
6
200
250
275
300
325
350
375
400
425
450
475
500
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D250 D275 D300 D325 D350 D375 D400 D425 D450 D475 D500
C225 C250 C275 C300 C325 C350 C375 C400 C425 C450 C475 C500
B225 B250 B275 B300 B325 B350 B375 B400 B425 B450 B475 B500
225
2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 3.25 3.50 3.75 4.00 4.25 4.50 4.75 5.00
LP_
L
LPN
LP
LPV
LP
L
LPY
LP
550
575
600
650
675
700
C625 C650 C675 C700
B625 B650 B675 B700
625
D525 D550 D575 D600 D625 D650 D675 D700
C525 C550 C575 C600
B525 B550 B575 B600
525
5.25 5.50 5.75 6.00 6.25 6.50 6.75 7.00
LPJ
LP
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37
50
62
75
87
100
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
37
50
62
75
87
100
50
62
75
87
100
Code
➊ Check your
P&W dimensions
to be certain the
diagonal G does
not exceed the
maximum shown.
LP
Light Duty
Light Duty
Type
Regular Punches
Regular Punches
16
2
R=G
LPZ
LP
LPX
LPO
87
100
D Code
B275
B350
L
180°
180°
270°
90°
270°
90°
0°
SB
Reflected
View
Std.
Reflected
View
0°
BS 225°
M2
A2
Steel
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P and W dimensions are outside the standard range, an “X” is placed in front
of the P or W dimension, e.g., “XP” and/or “XW.”
If the point length is other than standard, designate “XB” as the point length. Also see “Standard
Alterations” on the front of the pullout tab in this
section for other special order designators.
Regular punches are available in sizes other than
those shown in the chart to the left.
Standard Alterations
1 Day
PS4 +2 Days
Not recommended for diameters
under .375.
A second ball seat may be specified.
Normally located 180° from the primary
ball seat, these are used to minimize
sharpening of notching punches by
rotating the punch 180°. Specify “SB”
and degree desired. A second ball can
also be located 90° from the primary
ball seat.
Double Ball Seat
P (or P&W)
P.740
P.937, W.475
Custom Ball Seat Locations can be
specified as “BS” and degrees counterclockwise from 0°. For additional
information, see “Locking Devices”
on p. 40.
Custom Ball Seat Locations
Standard Ball Seat Location is at 90°.
Alternate locations of 0°, 180°, or 270°
can be specified at no additional cost.
Standard Ball Seat Locations
Example: 25
12
Specify: Qty. Type
HOW TO ORDER
Regular punches provide three times better alignment
than other major brands; offer longer tool life; and can
significantly improve finished part quality.
Features/Benefits
+ 3 days
+ 3 days
+ 4 days
+ 3 days
+12 days
+ 8 days
+ 1 days
+ 7 days
+ 7 days
+12 days
+12 days
Material
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
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* Vickers used when RC exceeds 80.
® DayTride and DayTiN are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress.
™ DayTAN, DayKool, and ZertonPlus are trademarks of Dayton Progress.
XN —DayTride®
XNT —DayTiN®
XAN —DayTAN™
XCN —TiCN
XNM
XNP
XCR —DayKool™
CRN
XNA —ZertonPlus™
XNAP—XNAProgress
XCD
Code / Delivery
Diamond Like Carbon Coating (XCD)—combines high hardness with an extremely low coefficient of friction. Good protection against abrasive & adhesive wear. Approx. hardness
*Vickers 2500.
XNAProgress (XNAP)—ultra-hard PVD coating that absorbs
shear stress; provides excellent high-temperature resistance.
Ideal for stamping where tools are exposed to extreme stress
profiles. A good alternative to TD coating without the dimensional changes associated with that process. Approx hardness:
*Vickers 3200.
ZertonPlus™ (XNA)—excellent wear resistance, thermal shock
stability and hot hardness. Approx. hardness *Vickers 3200.
CrN (CRN)—excellent adhesion, high toughness, and good
corrosion resistance. Primary applications are metal forming
(copper, brass, bronze), metal die casting, and plastic injection
molding. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 1800-2100.
DayKool™ (XCR)—cryogenic steel conditioning process, used
primarily with hard, thick materials. Improves strength, toughness, and dimensional stability.
XNP—the ultimate coating for extrusion and forming applications. Also works well in shaving operations. Tolerance is ±
.0002. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3100.
XNM—PVD, solid film. Produces lower coefficient of friction
than other coatings. Provides excellent lubricity. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 2000.
TiCN (XCN)—very hard PVD, thin film. Provides ultra hardness
(harder than carbide) and superior abrasive wear resistance.
Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3000.
DayTAN™ (XAN)—ultra-hard, high-aluminum PVD coating.
Absorbs shear stress and provides high temperature resistance.
Ideal for HSLA, dual phase, and TRIP steels. Approx. hardness:
*Vickers 3400.
DayTiN® (XNT)—applied via PVD (physical vapor deposition).
Provides extreme hardness (hard as carbide) and excellent
lubricity when used with a lubricant. Not recommended for
stainless steel, copper, or nickel. Approx. hardness: *Vickers
2300.
DayTride® (XN)—a low-cost surface application that treats all
exposed surfaces. Ideal for punches and die buttons. Provides
high dimensional stability. Approx. hardness: RC73.
Some catalog products can be coated to increase hardness,
reduce galling, and improve wear and/or corrosion resistance.
Surface Coatings
17
17
Point Length
Other than Standard
18
17
XBB
X3B
Min. P (Rounds)
.115
.125
.156
.235
.235
.235
.115
.125
.156
.235
.300
.350
A°
5°
7.5°
10°
LRB
B
SBR
.250
.250
.250
.312
.375
.375
P
.312
.312
.312
.375
.437
.437
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Example:
D
.500 .400 .300
.200 .100
D=.375
P=.175
(D-P)/2=(.375–.175)/2=.100
Following the .100 line on chart over the radius blend line shows
the LRB to be approximately .300.
To determine Length of Radius Blend (LRB)
1. Calculate (D-P)/2.
2. Find (D-P)/2 value on left side of chart.
3. Follow line over to
intersection point
.300
on radius blend line.
.200
4. Read LRB value
on bottom of chart.
.100
SBR Straight Before Radius
Angles of 5° and 7.5° also available
on .625 and larger diameters.
(Specify XA and angle after WS.)
D
25,37
50
62-100
Example: LPX37 400, P.327, M2, WS, XA 5°
Whistle Stop See table for standard angles. The Whistle Stop
alteration is ground through the ball seat, subject to the same
limitations as other standard and custom ball seat locations.
WS
B
Precision Overall Length
Same as XL except overall length is held to ±.001.
Overall Length Shortened
B length maintained
L
.156
.187
.187
.250
.250
.250
.187
.187
187
.281
.350
.350
LL
XLB
XL
1.00 Min.
(Ref.)
Overall Length Shortened
Stock removal from point end which shortens B length.
.
LPX .040 .040 .080 .080 .106 .115
LPX .050 .050 .080 .080 .106 .115 .115 .115
LPX
.093 .093 .093 .125 .125 .125 .125
LPX
.125 .125 .125 .156 .156 .156 .156
LPX
.235 .235 .235 .235 .235 .235 .235
LPX
.300 .300 .300 .300 .300 .300 .300
LPX
.350 .350 .350 .350 .350 .350 .350
Min. W (Shapes)
LP_
.040 .040 .080 .080 .106 .115
LP_
.050 .050 .080 .080 .106 .115 .115
LP_
.093 .093 .093 .125 .125 .125
LP_
.125 .125 .125 .156 .156 .156
LP_
.235 .235 .235 .235 .235 .235
LP_
.235 .235 .235 .235 .235
LP_
.235 .235 .235 .235 .235
XL
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
Code Type
Point .5001- .6251- .7501- .8751- 1.0001- 1.1251- 1.2501- 1.3751- 1.5001- 1.6251- 2.0001- 2.5001Length .6250 .7500 .8750 1.0000 1.1250 1.2500 1.3750 1.5000 1.6250 2.0000 2.5000 3.0000
XB
For XBB and X3B, add three days to delivery.
XB
and W Dimensions
XP, XW PSmaller
than Standard
Regular Punches—Light Duty
Standard Alterations
Round
Min.
Range
XP
P
.050 .061 - .250
.061 .124 - .375
.092 .186 - .599
.124 .311 - .625
.234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.050 .092 - .250
.061 .124 - .375
.092 .186 - .500
.124 .311 - .625
.234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.079 .124 - .375
.092 .186 - .500
.124 .311 - .625
.234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.124 .186 - .500
.157 .311 - .625
.234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
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Point
Lgth.
D Code B
.250 25 .500
.375 37 .625
.500 50 .750
.625 62 .875
.750 75 .937
.875 87 .937
1.000 100 .937
25
.250
37
.375
50
.500
62
.625
.75
75
.750
87
.875
1.000 100
37
.375
50
.500
62
.625
1.00
75
.750
87
.875
1.000 100
50
.500
62
.625
75 1.25
.750
87
.875
1.000 100
Shank
2.00
200
.0005
.0005 P to D
Round P +– .0000
When P=D, shank tolerance applies.
Material
Steel: A2, M2, PS4, RC 60-63
2.25
2.75
C275
D275
C250
D250
C225
B275
B250
B225
275
250
225
2.50
LPT
3.00
3.25
L
D300
C300
B300
300
D325
C325
B325
325
D350
C350
B350
350
3.50
3.75
4.00
4.25
4.50
4.75
5.00
D375
C375
B375
375
D400
C400
B400
400
D425
C425
B425
425
D475
C475
B475
475
D500
C500
B500
500
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C450
B450
450
D525
C525
B525
525
5.25
D550
C550
B550
550
5.50
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75
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100
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37
50
62
75
87
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37
50
62
75
87
100
50
62
75
87
100
Code
D575
C575
B575
575
5.75
D600
C600
B600
600
6.00
L
Light Duty
Light Duty
Type
Regular Pilots
Regular Pilots
18
D625
C625
B625
625
6.25
D650
C650
B650
650
6.50
D675
C675
B675
675
6.75
D700
C700
B700
700
7.00
LPT
Example: 25
37
D Code
300
L
P.175
P
A2
Steel
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P dimension is outside the
standard range, an “X” is placed in front of the P
dimension, e.g., “XP.” If the point length is other
than standard, designate “XB” as the point length.
Also see “Standard Alterations” on the front of the
pullout tab in this section for other special order
designators.
Regular pilots are available in sizes other than
those shown in the chart to the left.
Standard Alterations
1 Day
PS4 +2 Days
Type
Qty.
Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
Regular pilots are built to exact tolerances; the parabolic
point shape allows for smooth pick-up action; and pilots
offer a wide range of unique punching and fabrication
applications.
Features/Benefits
+ 3 days
+ 3 days
+ 4 days
+ 3 days
+12 days
+ 8 days
+ 1 days
+ 7 days
+ 7 days
+12 days
+12 days
Material
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
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* Vickers used when RC exceeds 80.
® DayTride and DayTiN are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress.
™ DayTAN, DayKool, and ZertonPlus are trademarks of Dayton Progress.
XN —DayTride®
XNT —DayTiN®
XAN —DayTAN™
XCN —TiCN
XNM
XNP
XCR —DayKool™
CRN
XNA —ZertonPlus™
XNAP—XNAProgress
XCD
Code / Delivery
Diamond Like Carbon Coating (XCD)—combines high hardness with an extremely low coefficient of friction. Good protection against abrasive & adhesive wear. Approx. hardness
*Vickers 2500.
XNAProgress (XNAP)—ultra-hard PVD coating that absorbs
shear stress; provides excellent high-temperature resistance.
Ideal for stamping where tools are exposed to extreme stress
profiles. A good alternative to TD coating without the dimensional changes associated with that process. Approx hardness:
*Vickers 3200.
ZertonPlus™ (XNA)—excellent wear resistance, thermal shock
stability and hot hardness. Approx. hardness *Vickers 3200.
CrN (CRN)—excellent adhesion, high toughness, and good
corrosion resistance. Primary applications are metal forming
(copper, brass, bronze), metal die casting, and plastic injection
molding. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 1800-2100.
DayKool™ (XCR)—cryogenic steel conditioning process, used
primarily with hard, thick materials. Improves strength, toughness, and dimensional stability.
XNP—the ultimate coating for extrusion and forming applications. Also works well in shaving operations. Tolerance is ±
.0002. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3100.
XNM—PVD, solid film. Produces lower coefficient of friction
than other coatings. Provides excellent lubricity. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 2000.
TiCN (XCN)—very hard PVD, thin film. Provides ultra hardness
(harder than carbide) and superior abrasive wear resistance.
Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3000.
DayTAN™ (XAN)—ultra-hard, high-aluminum PVD coating.
Absorbs shear stress and provides high temperature resistance.
Ideal for HSLA, dual phase, and TRIP steels. Approx. hardness:
*Vickers 3400.
DayTiN® (XNT)—applied via PVD (physical vapor deposition).
Provides extreme hardness (hard as carbide) and excellent
lubricity when used with a lubricant. Not recommended for
stainless steel, copper, or nickel. Approx. hardness: *Vickers
2300.
DayTride® (XN)—a low-cost surface application that treats all
exposed surfaces. Ideal for punches and die buttons. Provides
high dimensional stability. Approx. hardness: RC73.
Some catalog products can be coated to increase hardness,
reduce galling, and improve wear and/or corrosion resistance.
Surface Coatings
19
P
Point Length
Other than Standard
P Dimensions
Smaller than Standard
XB
XBB
X3B
For XBB and X3B, add three days to delivery.
XB
XP
19
20
.079
.079
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
.079
.079
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
L
.114
.124
.155
.234
.299
.349
B
.186
.186
.186
.280
.349
.349
5°
50
62-100
LRB
SBR
.249
.249
.249
.311
.374
.374
P
.311
.311
.311
.374
.436
.436
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D
Example:
.500 .400 .300
.200 .100
D=.375
P=.175
(D-P)/2=(.375–.175)/2=.100
Following the .100 line on chart over the radius blend line shows
the LRB to be approximately .300.
.100
.200
To determine Length of Radius Blend (LRB)
1. Calculate (D-P)/2.
2. Find (D-P)/2 value on left side of chart.
3. Follow line over to intersection point on radius blend line.
.300
4. Read LRB value
on bottom of chart.
SBR Straight Before Radius
Angles of 5° and 7.5° also available
on .625 and larger diameters.
(Specify XA and angle after WS.)
A°
7.5°
10°
D
25,37
B
Whistle Stop See table for standard angles. The Whistle Stop
alteration is ground through the ball seat, subject to the same
limitations as other standard and custom ball seat locations.
Overall Length Shortened
B length maintained
XL
1.00 Min.
(Ref.)
Example: LPT62 400, P.327, M2, WS, XA 10°
WS
.050
.061
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
Min. P (Rounds)
.105 .114
.105 .114 .114 .114
.124 .124 .124 .124
.155 .155 .155 .155
.234 .234 .234 .234
.299 .299 .299 .299
.349 .349 .349 .349
Overall Length Shortened
Stock removal from point end which shortens B length.
XLB
XL
Code Type
25 LPT .050
37 LPT .061
50 LPT
62 LPT
75 LPT
87 LPT
100 LPT
Point .5001- .6251- .7501- .8751- 1.0001- 1.1251- 1.2501- 1.3751-1.5001- 1.6251- 2.0001- 2.5001Length .6250 .7500 .8750 1.0000 1.1250 1.2500 1.3750 1.5000 1.6250 2.0000 2.5000 3.0000
XP
Regular Pilots—Light Duty
Standard Alterations
LPA
37
50
62
75
87
100
37
50
62
75
87
100
37
50
62
75
87
100
50
62
75
87
100
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
Round
Point
Lgth. Min.
Range
B
XP
P
.625 .083 .186 - .375
.750 .092 .249 - .500
.875 .124 .311 - .625
.937 .234 .436 - .750
.937 .299 .624 - .875
.937 .349 .749-1.000
.083 .186 - .375
.092 .249 - .500
.124 .311 - .625
.75
.234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.083 .186 - .375
.092 .249 - .500
.124 .311 - .625
1.00
.234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.124 .249 - .500
.157 .311 - .625
1.25 .234 .436 - .750
.299 .624 - .875
.349 .749-1.000
.37
.50
.62
.75
.87
1.00
.37
.50
.62
.75
.87
1.00
.37
.50
.62
.75
.87
1.00
.50
.62
.75
.87
1.00
*N
.2342
.3252
.4162
.5072
.5982
.6892
.2342
.3252
.4162
.5072
.5982
.6892
.2342
.3252
.4162
.5072
.5982
.6892
3252
.4162
.5072
.5982
.6892
C300
D300
D275
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B300
300
3.00
C275
B275
B250
C250
275
2.75
250
2.50
*N =[(P-.057)/.728]+.132 when “P” dimension is less than “Pn” shown in chart.
Code
D
Shank
D325
C325
B325
325
3.25
D350
C350
B350
350
3.50
D375
C375
B375
375
3.75
L
Order any length shown. If you require a length between those shown, designate “XL.”
Example: You require a length of 3.600. Order 375, then show XL 3.600. See “How to Order”
example on the next page. XL is available down to 1.375. Note shank length limitation of .75.
(B length may be shorter than shown when XL is under the shortest length shown.)
There is no additional charge for XL.
When P=D, shank tolerance applies.
Material
Steel: M2, PS4, RC 60-63
.0005 P to D
Round P +.0005
–.0000
4.00
4.25
4.50
4.75
5.00
5.25
D400
C400
B400
400
D425
C425
B425
425
D450
C450
B450
450
D500
C500
B500
500
D525
C525
B525
525
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C475
B475
475
D550
C550
B550
550
D575
C575
B575
575
5.75
D600
C600
B600
600
6.00
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50
62
75
87
100
37
50
62
75
87
100
37
50
62
75
87
100
50
62
75
87
100
Code 5.50
Geometry provides
smoother pick-up
without risk of
distortion of hole.
D625
C625
B625
625
6.25
L
D650
C650
B650
650
6.50
D675
C675
B675
675
6.75
D700
C700
B700
700
7.00
Greater positioning—
moves stock farther than
conventional pilots.
Light Duty
Light Duty
Type
Positive Pick-Up Pilots
Positive Pick-Up Pilots
20
50
D Code
L
300
P
P.375
Steel
M2
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P dimension is outside the
standard range, an “X” is placed in front of the P
dimension, e.g., “XP.” If the point length is other
than standard, designate “XB” as the point length.
Also see “Standard Alterations” on the front of the
pullout tab in this section for other special order
designators.
Ball Lock positive pick-up pilots are available in
sizes other than those shown in the chart to the left.
Standard Alterations
1 Day
PS4 +2 Days
LPA
Qty. Type
Example: 5
Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
Some catalog products can be coated to increase hardness,
reduce galling, and improve wear and/or corrosion resistance.
Positive pick-up pilots provide smoother pick-up without
the risk of distorting the hole; in addition, the unique
design moves the stock farther than conventional pilots.
+ 3 days
+ 3 days
+ 4 days
+ 3 days
+12 days
+ 8 days
+ 1 days
+ 7 days
+ 7 days
+12 days
+12 days
Material
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
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* Vickers used when RC exceeds 80.
® DayTride and DayTiN are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress.
™ DayTAN, DayKool, and ZertonPlus are trademarks of Dayton Progress.
XN —DayTride®
XNT —DayTiN®
XAN —DayTAN™
XCN —TiCN
XNM
XNP
XCR —DayKool™
CRN
XNA —ZertonPlus™
XNAP—XNAProgress
XCD
Code / Delivery
Diamond Like Carbon Coating (XCD)—combines high hardness with an extremely low coefficient of friction. Good protection against abrasive & adhesive wear. Approx. hardness
*Vickers 2500.
XNAProgress (XNAP)—ultra-hard PVD coating that absorbs
shear stress; provides excellent high-temperature resistance.
Ideal for stamping where tools are exposed to extreme stress
profiles. A good alternative to TD coating without the dimensional changes associated with that process. Approx hardness:
*Vickers 3200.
ZertonPlus™ (XNA)—excellent wear resistance, thermal shock
stability and hot hardness. Approx. hardness *Vickers 3200.
CrN (CRN)—excellent adhesion, high toughness, and good
corrosion resistance. Primary applications are metal forming
(copper, brass, bronze), metal die casting, and plastic injection
molding. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 1800-2100.
DayKool™ (XCR)—cryogenic steel conditioning process, used
primarily with hard, thick materials. Improves strength, toughness, and dimensional stability.
XNP—the ultimate coating for extrusion and forming applications. Also works well in shaving operations. Tolerance is ±
.0002. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3100.
XNM—PVD, solid film. Produces lower coefficient of friction
than other coatings. Provides excellent lubricity. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 2000.
TiCN (XCN)—very hard PVD, thin film. Provides ultra hardness
(harder than carbide) and superior abrasive wear resistance.
Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3000.
DayTAN™ (XAN)—ultra-hard, high-aluminum PVD coating.
Absorbs shear stress and provides high temperature resistance.
Ideal for HSLA, dual phase, and TRIP steels. Approx. hardness:
*Vickers 3400.
DayTiN® (XNT)—applied via PVD (physical vapor deposition).
Provides extreme hardness (hard as carbide) and excellent
lubricity when used with a lubricant. Not recommended for
stainless steel, copper, or nickel. Approx. hardness: *Vickers
2300.
DayTride® (XN)—a low-cost surface application that treats all
exposed surfaces. Ideal for punches and die buttons. Provides
high dimensional stability. Approx. hardness: RC73.
Surface Coatings
Features/Benefits
21
Point
Length
.083
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
.083
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
.083
.092
.124
.234
.299
.349
Min. P (Rounds)
.083 .105 .114 .114
.092 .124 .124 .124
.124 .155 .155 .155
.234 .234 .234 .234
.299 .299 .299 .299
.349 .349 .349 .349
XBB
.114
.124
.155
.234
.299
.349
.114
.124
.155
.234
.299
.349
.186
.186
.186
.280
.349
.349
Whistle Stop See table for standard angles. The Whistle Stop
alteration is ground through the ball seat, subject to the same
limitations as other standard and custom ball seat locations.
D
5°
7.5°
10°
LRB
B
SBR
.249
.249
.249
.311
.374
.374
Dayton Progress Corporation
D
Example:
.500 .400 .300
.200 .100
D=.375
P=.175
(D-P)/2=(.375–.175)/2=.100
Following the .100 line on chart over the radius blend line shows
the LRB to be approximately .300.
.100
.200
To determine Length of Radius Blend (LRB)
1. Calculate (D-P)/2.
2. Find (D-P)/2 value on left side of chart.
3. Follow line over to intersection point on radius blend line.
.300
4. Read LRB value
on bottom of chart.
SBR Straight Before Radius
Angles of 5° and 7.5° also available
on .625 and larger diameters. (Specify XA and angle after WS.)
50
62-100
A°
Example: LPA50 400, P.327, M2, WS, XA 7.5°
25,37
X3B
P
.311
.311
.311
.374
.436
.436
.5001- .6251- .7501- .8751- 1.0001- 1.1251- 1.2501- 1.3751- 1.5001- 1.6251- 2.0001- 2.5001.6250 .7500 .8750 1.0000 1.1250 1.2500 1.3750 1.5000 1.6250 2.0000 2.5000 3.0000
XB
For XBB and X3B, add three days
to delivery.
Overall Length Shortened
Stock removal from point end. B length is maintained.
Available at no charge within catalog range.
WS
XL
Code Type
37 LPA
50 LPA
62 LPA
75 LPA
87 LPA
100 LPA
P Dimensions
Smaller than Standard
21
22
Point Length
Other than Standard
Specify XB, XBB, or X3B and length
(see chart below).
XB
XP
Positive Pick-Up Pilots —Light Duty
Standard Alterations
22
Punch Blanks Jektole & Regular
®
Light Duty
L
Type
LJB
Jektole
®
Type
LPB
Regular
L
Material
Steel: A2, M2, PS4, RC 60-63
Shank
Type
LJB
D
.250
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
L
Code 2.00
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
2.25
2.50
2.75
LPB
D
.250
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
3.25
3.50
3.75
*
4.00
4.25
4.50
4.75
5.00
5.25
5.50
5.75
6.00
200
225
250
275
Shank
Type
3.00
300
325
350
375
400
425
450
475
500
525
550
575
600
Jektole®
Group
J3
J4
J6
J9
J9
J9
J9
L
Code 2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 3.25 3.50 3.75 4.00 4.25 4.50 4.75 5.00 5.25 5.50 5.75 6.00 6.25 6.50 6.75 7.00
25
200
37
50
225 250 275 300 325 350 375 400 425 450 475 500
62
525 550 575 600
625 650 675 700
75
87
100
*See p. 39 for additional information.
HOW TO ORDER
Specify:
Qty.
Example: 12
Type
D Code
L
Steel
LJB
50
300
M2
1 Day
PS4 +2 Days
Dayton Progress Corporation
www.daytonprogress.com
.62
.75
.88
.94
.94
.94
37
50
62
75
87
100
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
D
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Not recommended for diameters
under .625 for LZ__ and .500 for LK__.
A second ball seat may be specified.
Normally located 180° from the primary
ball seat, these are used to minimize
sharpening of notching punches by
rotating the punch 180°. Specify “SB”
and degree desired. A second ball
can also be located 90° from the
primary ball seat.
Double Ball Seat
Custom Ball Seat Locations can be
specified as “BS” and degrees counterclockwise from 0°. For additional
information, see “Locking Devices”
on p. 40.
Custom Ball Seat Locations
180°
180°
L_R
0°
SB
Reflected
View
Std.
Reflected
View
1-4 pcs., 2 Days
5-19 pcs., 3 Days
270°
90°
270°
0°
BS 225°
Shape
Min. Max.
W P/G
.125 - .875
.188-1.250
.250-1.500
.312-1.500
.375-1.750
.437-1.750
90°
Min
XW
.062
.158
.158
.235
.235
.235
L_O
Round
Range
P
.376 - .875
.501-1.250
.626-1.500
.751-1.500
.876-1.750
1.001-1.750
Standard Ball Seat Location is at 90°.
Alternate locations of 0°, 180°, or 270°
can be specified at no additional cost.
Standard Ball Seat Locations
*See p. 39 for additional information.
LK_ Regular
LZ_ Jektole®
Type
Point
Lgth.
Code B
L_X
P to D
P to D
Shank
to be certain the diagonal G does
not exceed the maximum shown.
➊ Check your P&W dimensions
Material
Steel: A2, M2, RC 60-63
.0005
.0005
Round P +– .0000
.001
Shape P, W ± .0005
®
LZ_
Jektole
Type
Regular
LK_
Type
250
2.50
L_K
275
2.75
300
3.00
325
3.25
L_H
Qty.
LKX
Type
350
3.50
L
L_J
100
D Code
375
3.75
400
L
400
4.00
L_N
450
4.50
L_Y
*
L_Z
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P and W dimensions are outside the standard range, an “X” is placed in front
of the P or W dimension, e.g., “XP” and/or “XW.”
If the point length is other than standard, designate “XB” as the point length. Also see “Standard
Alterations” on the front of the pullout tab in this
section for other special order designators.
M2
Steel
J4
J6
J6
J9
J9
J9
Jektole ®
Group
2
R=G
Point Larger than Shank Ball Lock punches are
available in sizes other than those shown in the
chart above.
P1.300
P (or P&W)
425
4.25
L_V
Standard Alterations
Example: 2
Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
L_L
L
L
Point Larger than Shank Jektole & Regular
Light Duty
®
+ 3 days
+ 3 days
+ 4 days
+ 3 days
+12 days
+ 8 days
+ 1 days
+ 7 days
+ 7 days
+12 days
+12 days
Material
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
M2 & PS4
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™ DayTAN, DayKool, and ZertonPlus are trademarks of Dayton Progress.
* Vickers used when RC exceeds 80.
® DayTride and DayTiN are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress.
XN —DayTride®
XNT —DayTiN®
XAN —DayTAN™
XCN —TiCN
XNM
XNP
XCR —DayKool™
CRN
XNA —ZertonPlus™
XNAP—XNAProgress
XCD
Code / Delivery
Diamond Like Carbon Coating (XCD)—combines high hardness with an extremely low coefficient of friction. Good protection against abrasive & adhesive wear. Approx. hardness
*Vickers 2500.
XNAProgress (XNAP)—ultra-hard PVD coating that absorbs
shear stress; provides excellent high-temperature resistance.
Ideal for stamping where tools are exposed to extreme stress
profiles. A good alternative to TD coating without the dimensional changes associated with that process. Approx hardness:
*Vickers 3200.
ZertonPlus™ (XNA)—excellent wear resistance, thermal shock
stability and hot hardness. Approx. hardness *Vickers 3200.
CrN (CRN)—excellent adhesion, high toughness, and good
corrosion resistance. Primary applications are metal forming
(copper, brass, bronze), metal die casting, and plastic injection
molding. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 1800-2100.
DayKool™ (XCR)—cryogenic steel conditioning process, used
primarily with hard, thick materials. Improves strength, toughness, and dimensional stability.
XNP—the ultimate coating for extrusion and forming applications. Also works well in shaving operations. Tolerance is ±
.0002. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3100.
XNM—PVD, solid film. Produces lower coefficient of friction
than other coatings. Provides excellent lubricity. Approx. hardness: *Vickers 2000.
TiCN (XCN)—very hard PVD, thin film. Provides ultra hardness
(harder than carbide) and superior abrasive wear resistance.
Approx. hardness: *Vickers 3000.
DayTAN™ (XAN)—ultra-hard, high-aluminum PVD coating.
Absorbs shear stress and provides high temperature resistance.
Ideal for HSLA, dual phase, and TRIP steels. Approx. hardness:
*Vickers 3400.
DayTiN® (XNT)—applied via PVD (physical vapor deposition).
Provides extreme hardness (hard as carbide) and excellent
lubricity when used with a lubricant. Not recommended for
stainless steel, copper, or nickel. Approx. hardness: *Vickers
2300.
DayTride® (XN)—a low-cost surface application that treats all
exposed surfaces. Ideal for punches and die buttons. Provides
high dimensional stability. Approx. hardness: RC73.
Some catalog products can be coated to increase hardness,
reduce galling, and improve wear and/or corrosion resistance.
Surface Coatings
23
D
Whistle Stop See table for standard angles. The Whistle Stop alteration
is ground through the ball seat, subject to the same limitations as other
standard and custom ball seat locations.
7.5°
10°
5°
A°
Dayton Progress Corporation
Angles of 5° and 7.5° also available on .625 and larger diameters.
(Specify XA and angle after WS.)
50
62-100
37
Overall Length Shortened
Stock removal from shank end.
Minimum shank length is 13⁄16".
Does not alter ball seat location.
XL
Precision Overall Length
Same as XL except overall length is held to ±.001.
L
Example: LZX75 400, P1.250, M2, WS, XA 10°
LKR75 400, P1.250, W.350, M2, WS, XA 10°
WS
LL
XL
24
23
Point Length
Shorter than Standard
(Shortens punch from the point
end.)
XB
Point Larger than Shank—Light Duty
Standard Alterations
50
62
75
87
100
125
150
175
.5000
.6250
.7500
.8750
1.0000
1.2500
1.5000
1.7500
Min.
B
.156
.187
.187
.187
.250
.250
.250
.312
Max.
R
.228
.312
.375
.468
.578
.687
.812
1.062
P to D
P to D
Dayton Progress Corporation
Up to 1.5000 Dia. 2 Days
1.7500 and larger Dia. 4 Days
Code
D
Body
Material
Steel: A2, M2, RC 60-63
.0005
.0005
Round P –+ .0000
.001
.001
Shape P, W +– .000
Ball Lock
Die Buttons
24
Round
Range
P
.064 - .195
.126 - .285
.196 - .345
.286 - .435
.346 - .545
.436 - .655
.546 - .780
.656-1.035
LD_
Type
Shape
Min. Max.
W P/G
.048 - .195
.064 - .285
.095 - .345
.125 - .435
.125 - .545
.187 - .655
.187 - .780
.187-1.035
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
118
1.187
L
LDN
LDO
LDV
LDR
LDY
2
R=G
LDK
LDZ
LDH
125
D Code
118
L
P.625
P (or P&W)
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A2
Steel
Note: The standard ball seat location is at 90°. Alternate locations
of 0°, 180°, or 270° can be specified at no additional cost.
For additional information, see “Locking Devices” on p. 40.
LDX
Qty. Type
Example: 10
Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
exceed the maximum shown.
➊ Check your P&W dimensions to be certain the diagonal G does not
LDJ
LDX
.06 x 45
25
31
37
43
50
62
75
87
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
Code
5
Min.
B
.156
.156
.156
.156
.156
.187
.187
.187
.250
.250
.250
.312
.312
.312
.312
.312
KDR
Max.
R
.156
.191
.228
.281
.312
.390
.468
.578
.703
.828
1.093
1.430
1.630
1.830
2.030
2.230
50
Qty. Type D Code
P (or P&W)
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Steel
KD_
Type
Round
Range
P
.064 - .135
.064 - .171
.064 - .195
.064 - .250
.064 - .285
.136 - .365
.136 - .435
.276 - .545
.356 - .675
.500 - .800
.616-1.050
.750-1.400
.875-1.600
1.000-1.800
1.125-2.000
1.250-2.200
Shape
Min. Max.
W
P/G
.048 - .135
.048 - .171
.048 - .195
.048 - .250
.064 - .285
.095 - .365
.118 - .435
.125 - .545
.125 - .675
.187 - .800
.187-1.050
.187-1.400
.187-1.600
.187-1.800
.187-2.000
.187-2.200
100 P.250, W.093 A2
L
P to D
P to D
Up to 1.5000 Dia. 2 Days
1.7500 and larger Dia. 4 Days
.2500
.3125
.3750
.4375
.5000
.6250
.7500
.8750
1.0000
1.2500
1.5000
1.7500
2.0000
2.2500
2.5000
2.7500
D
Body
Example:
Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
Material
Steel: A2, M2, RC 60-63
.0005
.0005
Round P +– .0000
.001
.001
Shape P, W +– .000
+ .0002
=
D>
> 1.75 + .0006
Press Fit
Die Buttons
75
.750
KDX
+.015
–.000
93
.937
100
1.000
L
112
1.125
125
2
R=G
1.250
KDY
KDH
137
1.375
KDZ
KDJ
When ordering, you are asked to specify different
designations for various non-standard dimensions.
For example, if the P and W dimensions are outside the
standard range, an “X” is placed in front of the P or W
dimension, e.g., “XP” and/or “XW.” If the point length is
other than standard, designate “XB” as the land length.
Also see “Standard Alterations” on the front of the pullout
tab in this section for other special order designators.
Ball Lock press fit die buttons are available in sizes other
than those shown in the chart above.
118
1.187
KDV
KDK
Standard Alterations
87
.875
dimensions to be certain the
diagonal G does not exceed
the maximum shown.
KDN
KDR
Press-in
Lead
+.0002
+.0005
KDO
R
P
➊ Check your P&W
L
B
D
150
1.500
Your Specs
XSC MT.0625 CS 5
Alt.
Mat’l
Clear
Code Thickness Per Side
(inches)
(%)
Dayton Progress Corporation
For additional information, contact your
Dayton distributor.
Catalog Number
Inch KDX 62 100 P.250
Type D L
P
HOW TO ORDER
Ordering
Dayton Slug Control is easy to specify and order.
Simply add the information that is unique to your
application to the die button catalog number.
Please specify XSC for alteration and show
material thickness (inches) and clearance per
side (percentage).
Our guarantee: Use Dayton Slug Control in a
stamping die now pulling slugs. If, for any reason,
you are not completely satisfied, we will refund the
full cost of the Slug Control alteration. (We cannot
guarantee the retention of slugs when clearance
exceeds 10% per side.)
Dayton Slug Control is a
guaranteed method for reducing
the risk of pulling slugs to the
die surface during withdrawal of
the punch. A series of grooves is
designed inside the die button (see
drawing). There, the slugs are trapped until
they fall freely through the relief. The use of Dayton
Slug Control has no effect on hole size, and will not
require any changes in current regrind practices.
Dayton Slug Control
25
.048
.048
.064
.095
.118
.125
.125
.187
.187
.187
.187
.187
.187
.187
.167
.250
.344
.453
.562
.656
.750
.935
1.200
1.400
1.600
1.800
2.000
2.200
Press Fit
Min. Max.
W
P/G
.191
.281
.375
.500
.594
.703
.781
.969
1.230
1.430
1.630
1.830
2.030
2.230
R
.048
.064
.095
.125
.125
.187
.187
.187
Straight Through Land
The land length (B) equals the overall length. Can
be used for bushings, guides and a variety of other
applications.
*Round die buttons only
1/4"
3/4" 1.18
.281
.375
.500
.594
.703
.781
.969
1.230
R
26
25
Dayton Progress Corporation
See p.38 for Die Button Blanks.
DayTride® A unique wear-resistant surface treatment for M2 & PS only.
5°
.250
.344
.453
.562
.656
.750
.935
1.200
Ball Lock
Min. Max.
W
P/G
Slug Control eliminates slug pulling
(When ordering Dayton Slug Control, please
specify XSC in place of the standard die button
code, as well as your specifications. See the
“How to Order” example on the front of this tab.)
Whistle Stop (5° standard angle)
The Whistle Stop alteration is ground
through the ball seat, subject to the
same limitations as other standard
and custom ball seat locations. The
XP alteration is not available with the
WS alteration.
Example: LDX75, 118, P.328, M2, WS.
Precision Overall Length
Same as XL except overall length
is held to ±.001.
Not available on Ball Lock Die Buttons.
.064
.126
.150
.175
.200
.250
.300
.350
Min.
P
P and W Dimensions Larger or Smaller than Standard
Overall Length Shortened
Stock removal does not alter
land length on KD__.
Minimum overall length = .25
Not available on Ball Lock Die Buttons.
.064
.064
.064
.136
.136
.276
.356
.500
.616
.750
.875
1.000
1.125
1.250
Min.
P
XN +3 days
XBL
XSC
WS
LL
XL
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
Body
Code
XP, XW
Die Buttons
Standard Alterations
3.75
2037
2737
3037
4.00
2040
2740
3040
4040
L
Datum
Ball Hole
Class
B
BB
.44
.44
.50
.50
.57
.57
.57
.250
.375
.500
LRP .625
.750
.875
1.000
H
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.125
1.250
1.500
.250 .500
.250 .625
.312 .750
.312 .875
.375 1.000
.375 1.125
.375 1.250
B
.375
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
.500
Dayton Progress Corporation
Multi-Position™ is a trademark of Dayton Progress Corporation.
A
.57
.69
.69
.69
.69
.69
.69
TYPE D
.375
.500
.625
HRP .750
.875
1.000
1.250
Space Requirements
3.00
2030
2730
3030
Radial
Tolerance
±5°
±0°5’
The Ball Hole Class B is standard, unless
otherwise specified.
Punch
Shape
Round
Shape
2.75
2027
2727
3027
3.25
2032
2732
3032
3.50
2035
2735
3035
5.00
2050
2750
3050
4050
6.00
2060
2760
3060
4060
6060
7.00
2070
2770
3070
4070
6070
8.00
2080
2780
3080
4080
6080
8080
9.00
2090
2790
3090
4090
6090
8090
10.00
2010
2710
3010
4010
6010
8010
12.00
2012
2712
3012
4012
6012
8012
S.H.C.S 5/16
HJR
62
Clear 1.281
Jackscr. STD.
1.000
2.090
4.250
0.687
– .375
– 1.375
–1.062
– .937
—
90°
—
—
—
BB
—
—
—
C
—
—
1-6 holes, 5 Days
7+ holes, 8 Days
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See the back of the pullout tab for additional information on Backing Plugs.
Multi-PositionTM Retainers require special order forms, which are available on request.
Specify all dimensions from the datum: Use the drawing above for reference.
*Slip Fit
1
2
3
4
5
Hole
No.
LRP
Catalog No.
Special Size
3070
A __________
B _________
Multi-PositionTM Retainers
Component
Location
Ball Hole
Backing
LocaPlug
Type
Size X Axis Y Axis tion Class
Type
5
/
Dowel 16 S.F.* .375 – .375
—
—
—
✔ HRP
Retainer
Example:
HOW TO ORDER
HRT
LRP
Light Duty
LRT
Light Duty
Type
23
13
Example:
HRT
LRT
Type
D
.295
.295
.256
.236
.197
.197
.276
.276
.354
.354
.472
.532
.650
.728
.866
.866
1.060
1.060
1.180
1.250
1.320
1.400
1.600
1.600
.47
.47
.60
.66
.79
.85
.97
.97
.38
.38
.50
.56
.69
.75
.88
.88
.750
.750
.750
.750
.750
.750
.938
.938
.438
.438
.562
.625
.688
.688
.781
.781
1.72
1.72
1.97
2.09
2.34
2.47
2.72
2.72
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Screw
Size
5
⁄ 16 -18
5
⁄ 16 -18
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
1
⁄ 2 -13
1
⁄ 2 -13
HRT=1.625
LRT=1.250
Use of the True Position® Retainer can
cut retainer inventory requirements
by 50%.
The True Position® Retainer allows
complete interchangeability between
Heavy Duty and Light Duty retainers in
the event of an engineering change.
True Position® is a registered trademark of Dayton Progress Corporation.
Only one dowel is required for round
punches, which reduces machining time
by up to 50%. Shaped punches use the
secondary dowel for precise alignment.
The True Position® Retainer eliminates
hand fitting, cutting mounting time by
nearly 50%. Simply pull the retainer from
its box, and screw it into the die set.
True Position® gives you true dimensional
accuracy every time.
The in-line dowel assures precise
punch-to-die button alignment, giving you
higher quality parts, longer punch life,
and reduced production downtime.
G ±.005
Slip Fit
for .250
Dowel (2)
B
G ±.005
S
The precision-ground ball hole assures
perfect alignment of any punch shape,
even if the retainer is replaced.
Y
X
U
S
R
K
G
True Position Retainer sets
include:
● 1 Ball
1 Spring
● 2 Screws
● 2 Dowels
● 1 Ball Release Set Screw
●
®
B
37
62
Features/Benefits
Catalog Number
Heavy Light
D
A
Duty Duty
—
.2500 1.75
.3750 1.75
.5000 2.00
LRT .6250 2.12
HRT
.7500 2.38
.8750 2.50
1.0000 2.75
1.2500 2.75
—
Qty.
Specify:
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The industry standard interchangeable retainer
Heavy Duty
Type
Type
Hole Reference
Re Datum Point
Dowel Holes ±.0003
Screw Holes ±.0050
Component
±.0003
Holes
2.50
2025
Ball Hole Locations
W
2.00
2.75
3.00
4.00
6.00
8.00
Type
HRP
LRP
Heavy Duty
HRP
Type
Heavy Duty/Light Duty
Heavy Duty/Light Duty
®
True Position Retainers
Multi-Position™ Retainers
26
±.0004
1 Day
U
Y
±.0004
K ±.005
A
.250 thick
Backing
Plug
Slip Fit
for Dowel
.1250 for LRT25
.1875 for _RT37
.2500 for others
29°
D
X ±.0004
R
TYPE B
For Die Buttons
TYPE C
Solid
Dayton Progress Corporation
True Position® gives you true dimensional accuracy
each and every time!
True Position® Retainers are recognized as the standard in the industry for interchangeable retainers. All
are quality built; ground top to bottom; and hardened
to approximately RC42.
Don’t waste time and money building a retainer for
just one punch. Fitting isolated punches or pilots
onto a die set is quick and easy with True Position®
Retainers. These cost-effective time-savers can be
mounted with screws from either top or bottom, eliminating the need to build and fit one-of-a-kind retainers.
True Position® Retainers
The Type C Solid Backing Plug is standard with all
Multi-PositionTM Retainers. The Type A Backing Plug
with dowels for location can be specified; this eliminates the need for dowels in the retainer. Die Button
Retainers require a detailed drawing.
The three Backing Plugs shown above are used with
Multi-PositionTM, True Position®, and End and Square
Retainers—both heavy duty and light duty. To determine which backing plug is used with a specific type
of retainer, see “Accessories—Retainers” on p. 36.
TYPE A
In-Line Dowel
Backing Plugs
27
A
B
.62
angles can be added
to clear other tooling in
the die. Angles are
saw cut ±.03.
As with notches,
Angles
Notches
Notches to clear
other tooling can be
added to any side of
the retainer. Notches
are saw cut ±.03.
.50
3/
8 -16
27
28
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The following alterations require
detailed drawings:
–.000
Diameter +.015
Location ±.010
Holes are drilled
through the retainer
unless otherwise
specified.
Clearance Holes
Clearance holes or
tapped holes can
be detailed, as
shown in the order
example.
Special Size
Any amount of material
can be removed from the
sides of the retainer for
a custom size. Edges
are saw cut ±.03.
Jackscrews make it
easier to pull retainers
off the dowels.
Standard Jackscrew Hole
Multi-Position Retainers
TM
Standard Alterations
Code
HRTB
HRTL
Qty.
Example: 23
8
Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
37
75
D
Retainer sets include:
● 1 Ball
● 1 Spring
● 2 Screws
● 2 Dowels
● 1 Ball Release Set Screw
● PosiLoc® Screw
(HRTL & HRTBL only)
A
1.75
2.00
2.12
2.38
2.50
2.75
2.75
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®True Position and PosiLoc are registered trademarks of Dayton Progress Corporation.
PosiLoc ®
Back Plate Back Plug Back Plate Code
D
37
.3750
HRTB
HRTL
HRTBL
50
.5000
HRTB
HRTL
HRTBL
62
.6250
HRTB
HRTL
HRTBL
75
.7500
HRTB
HRTL
HRTBL
87
.8750
HRTB
HRTL
HRTBL
100 1.0000
HRTB
HRTL
HRTBL
125 1.2500
HRTB
HRTL
HRTBL
B
1.72
1.97
2.09
2.34
2.47
2.72
2.72
G
.438
.562
.625
.688
.688
.781
.781
Dayton’s PosiLoc® Positive Locking Mechanism is designed to
eliminate “ball bouncing” in retainers. Bouncing can occur in ball lock
retainers because of the impact generated from the new high strength
steels—even when heavy-duty springs are used. The bounce
typically does not affect the stamping operation at normal levels.
However, in high-demand punching—especially when high strength,
lighter weight steels are used—bouncing can have a negative effect
on punching accuracy and tool life. The Dayton PosiLoc® locking
feature is a modification to existing Dayton True Position® Retainers.
It prevents the bounce with the help of an adjustable angled setscrew
to create a positive lock against the punch by “locking” the retainer
ball in position. Dayton Ball Lock Retainers with the PosiLoc® feature
also allow punch replacement without disassembly of the die, thus
making tool changeover quick and easy.
with or without Backing Plate
PosiLoc® Retainers
HRTB True Position® Retainers come complete with an integrated,
hardened backing plate. With all the features of the original True
Position® Retainer, the HRTB satisfies the needs of applications
where more bearing surface is desired. True Position® gives you true
dimensional accuracy each and every time!
Features/Benefits
Heavy Duty
HRTB
with Backing Plate
Single Punch Retainer
28
K
.750
.750
.750
.750
.750
.938
.938
G ±.005
G ±.005
R
.38
.50
.56
.69
.75
.88
.88
S
.47
.60
.66
.79
.85
.97
.97
Backing Plate
HRTBL
Backing Plug
HRTL =1.625
HRTBL
Slip Fit
for .250
Dowel (2)
HRTL
HRTL
B
S
U
1.060
1.180
1.250
1.320
1.400
1.600
1.600
D
Y
.295
.256
.236
.197
.197
.276
.276
Screw Size
5
⁄ 16 -18
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
1
⁄ 2 -13
1
⁄ 2 -13
.250
Backing
Plate/Plug
Slip Fit
for .1875
Dowel on 37,
.2500 for others
29°
X ±.0004
R
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±.0004
X
.354
.472
.532
.650
.728
.866
.866
U
Y
±.0004
K ±.005
A
True Position
®
5
12
Example:
Punch
Hole Code
A
Dia. D
0.3750
37 1.0630
0.5000 50 1.3190
0.6250
62 1.4570
0.7500
75 1.6040
0.8750
87 1.7320
1.0000 100 1.8700
1.2500 125 2.1260
HRI
LRI
Type
K
0.3882
0.5250
0.4698
0.4202
0.4182
0.4111
0.3951
+.0000
LRI
Type
D
Punch
Hole Code
A
Dia. D
0.2500
25 0.7750
0.3750
37 0.9000
0.5000 50 1.1200
0.6250
62 1.2500
0.7500
75 1.4700
0.8750
87 1.6000
1.0000 100 1.7200
Light Duty
HRI = 1.375
LR I = 1.000
R
B --.0005
+.0000
--.0005
A
8°
K
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EZ Fit is a trademark of Dayton Progress Corporation.
Mfg. under Patent No. 6,679,147.
TM
EZ Fit™ reduces costs and downtime—and simplifies tooling changeover.
Dayton EZ Fit™ Ball Lock Retainer Inserts give you the ability to build,
reconfigure, and custom-make retainers in-house as die specifications change.
In addition, the unique single-piece teardrop shape, combined with both a
straight and an angled wedge side, holds your ball lock punch securely in place.
0.6250
0.7500
0.9000
1.0600
1.1950
1.3200
1.5700
B
37
62
Code
LRI
Light Duty
Type
Heavy Duty
HRI
Type
Features/Benefits
HRI
Type
Heavy Duty
Qty.
Specify:
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™
EZ Fit Retainer Inserts
0.4375
0.5625
0.7500
0.8750
1.0700
1.1950
1.3200
B
+.0000
--.0005
0.3125
0.3125
0.3125
0.3125
0.3125
0.3125
0.3125
K
B
K
1 Day
Each insert comes complete with
wire cutting instructions that show
recommended dimensions and tolerances for optimum performance.
The shape shown above can
be easily cut using wire EDM to
assure a proper fit. The insert
(utilizing both the straight and 8°
angled sides) fits securely and is
designed to clear the retainer by
a small amount, making assembly
and disassembly easier.
A
See p.27
29
Dayton Progress Corporation
For optimum resistance on impact HRTB Retainers
have integrated, hardened Backing Plates. The
Backing Plates cover the entire surface of the retainer, spreading the load over a large area.
The Backing Plates are standard with Dayton’s HRTB
True Position® Single Punch Retainers. The Backing
Plate has the same function as the backing plug
model True Position® Retainer, i.e., to prevent the
punch shank from penetrating the punch plate.
Backing Plates
Use of the True Position Retainer can cut retainer
inventory requirements by 50%.
®
The True Position® Retainer allows complete interchangeability between Heavy Duty and Light Duty
retainers in the event of an engineering change.
The precision-ground ball hole assures perfect
alignment of any punch shape, even if the retainer
is replaced.
Only one dowel is required for round punches,
which reduces machining time by up to 50%.
Shaped punches use the secondary dowel for
precise alignment.
The True Position® Retainer eliminates hand fitting,
cutting mounting time by nearly 50%. Simply pull
the retainer from its box, and screw it into the die set.
The in-line dowel assures precise punch-to-die
button alignment, giving you higher quality parts,
longer punch life, and reduced production downtime.
See p.28
True Position® Retainers
29
30
Dayton Progress Corporation
To retrofit the EZ Fit™ Insert, simply wire cut the hole
to the specified size and install. (See instructions at
www.daytonprogress.com/ezfit for EDM wire cutting.)
The process is quick, easy, effective, and far less
expensive than part replacement costs.
In-house Modifications
Now—with the help of the all-new Dayton EZ Fit™
Ball Lock Retainer Insert—this process can be
simplified and completed in-house at a fraction of
the cost of replacing existing retainers.
When job specifications change, the location(s) of
the punches in the die set change, and reconfigured
retainers are required. This means ordering new
retainers or modifying existing retainers in-house.
This can slow the process; often requires specialized
equipment and knowledge; and the integrity of the
original retainer can be compromised.
Repair/Engineering Changes
EZ Fit™ Retainer Inserts are also ideal for repairing or
making engineering changes.
Dayton EZ Fit™ Retainer
Inserts utilize a patented,
state-of-the-art design
that assures tighter,
more precise tolerances than other
retainer inserts on the
market. The unique
teardrop shape provides
a single, tightly secured
receptacle for the punch. One
side of the piece (the flat side) is cut at an 8° angle
to create a wedge shape. The hole in the retainer is
wire cut to create a snug fit. (See cutaway.)
Tighter Tolerances
E-Z Fit™ Retainer Inserts
Y
40°
45°
60°
60°
60°
—
R
.50
.56
.69
.75
.81
1.00
J
.375
.438
.500
.562
.625
.750
L
1.75
1.81
1.88
1.94
2.00
2.12
.5000
.6250
.7500
.8750
1.0000
1.2500
Retainer sets include:
● Backing Plug
● Ball
● Spring
● Screws
● Dowels
D
D
100
87
Screw
Size
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
Catalog Number
Dayton Progress Corporation
D
1 Day
.2500
.3750
.5000
.6250
LRE
.7500
.8750
1.0000
Type
G
H
J
.375
.375
.375
.438
.438
.438
.281
.281
.281
.344
.344
.344
L
See Drawing
.906 .969 2.25
.906 .969 2.25
.906 .969 2.25
1.125 1.000 2.50
1.125 1.000 2.50
1.125 1.000 2.50
K
R
W
Screw
Size
1
⁄ 4-20
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
.38
.50
.56
.69
.75
.81
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.38
1.50
1.62
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LRE
Light Duty
Note: Screw and Dowel Locations ± .005.
HRE
Type
Catalog Number
Specify: Qty. Type
Example: 15 HRE
12 LRE
HOW TO ORDER
Type
HRE
Heavy Duty
.5000
.6250
.7500
.8750
1.0000
1.2500
D
1.88
2.00
2.12
2.38
2.38
2.62
L
D
62
37
.562
.625
.688
.750
.750
.812
E
⁄ 8 -16
⁄ 8 -16
⁄ 8 -16
1
⁄ 2 -13
1
⁄ 2 -13
1
⁄ 2 -13
3
3
3
Screw
Size
Retainer sets include:
● Backing Plug
● Ball
● Spring
● Screws
● Dowels
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Catalog Number
L
31
Dayton Progress Corporation
*May be furnished with Backing Plate instead of Backing Plug.
3
3
⁄ 8 -16
⁄ 8 -16
⁄ 8 -16
3
.750
1.000
1.000
2.25
2.75
2.75
1.2500
1.5000
1.7500
5
5
*LRS
1
Screw
Size
⁄ 4-20
⁄16 -18
⁄16 -18
5
⁄16 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
3
⁄ 8 -16
E
.312
.375
.438
.500
.562
.625
.750
1.25
1.38
1.50
1.62
1.88
2.00
2.25
D
.2500
.3750
.5000
.6250
.7500
.8750
1.0000
LRS
Type
LRS
Light Duty
HRS
Heavy Duty
Note: Screw and Dowel Locations ± .005.
1 Day
HRS
Type
Catalog Number
Specify: Qty. Type
Example: 12 HRS
8 LRS
HOW TO ORDER
Type
Type
Heavy Duty / Light Duty
Heavy Duty / Light Duty
Type
Square Retainers
End Retainers
30
270°
W
P
P
2
C25*
A
S
C23
R
W
W
Dayton Progress Corporation
W
P
W
P
P
W
R
A = 3 sides (equilateral)
C36
C33**
P
W
P
A
P
C30
G
C52**
S
C26
A
C24*
C22*
C62
C32
A
R
Triangles / Trapezoids
B°
C61*
W
C31
Keys
C11**
0°
** Now standard. See product pages.
P
2
C10**
Flatted Rounds
180°
90°
Shapes are centered on the
punch shanks as shown. Shapes
in guide bushings and die buttons
are also centered as shown with
the exception of shapes C22 and
C34. Due to clearance, the P
dimension on these shapes will
not be centered.
Shape Center
Dimensions should be the theoretical sharp corners for shapes
C22, C24, C34, C61, and C88.
However, some reduction of
these dimensions will result from
fitting the punch and die button
under conditions where the clearance is .0025 or less per side.
* Corner Dimensions
Ordering Information
Classified shapes (83 common shapes, no detailing
required) are available on
all punches and die buttons,
as indicated in this catalog.
The 83 available common
shapes are shown here and
on p. 33. Also, see the outside of the pullout tab for
notes and drawing references.
Classified Shapes
32
P
W
P
R
W
P
2
R= G
P
R
W
P
W
R
P
A
W
W
A
W
P
A
A
A
A
C20
C19
W
C17
A
A
A
Multi Lobes
W
2
C57
W
2
C14
W
2
C54
W
2
C13
Mono Lobes
P
P
W
W
P
A
2
A
2
P
W
P
W
P
W
P
A
2
W
A
2
A
A
A
A
A
A
P
P
W
P
P
W
A
2
P
A
2
W
P
R
W
P
R
W
A
2
W
A
2
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R
C60
R
C59
A
C18
W
W
2
C58
W
2
C56
W
2
R
C55
W
2
R
C53
Ball Lock
R
B
C44 A
B
P
A
W
P
W
P
W2
W
P
R
W
2
W
R2
R1
W
P
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W
P
B
B
C66 A
W
2
C34
W
2
C29
R
S
C27
B
W
2
C64
A
A
2
C43
P
P
W
W
W
P
A
P
R
W
W
P
R1 = .683W – .183P
R2 = 1.183P – .683W
R2
R1
C41
*See “Corner Dimensions” note on p. 32.
Ts
W
2
C16
W
2
C28**
B
W
2
C65
P
C93
A
C42*
P
C40
Miscellaneous
Classified Shapes
W
W
W
R
B
R
C67
A
S
P
W
W
C75
P
C73
P
A
C72
P
A
R
B
B
B
B B
2
P
A
2
A
R
W
B
2
B
2
B
W
P
B
B
2
R
B B
2
R
B
R
B
B
A
B
W 2
A
A
A
W
B
2
B
2
W
C70
P
B
B
R
C45 A
S
P
C76
P
C74
P
W
R
C51
P
W
A
C71
P
B
C68
A
W 2
P
A
2
W
A
C69
A
P
C50
Us
B
P
R
P
C49
W
A
W
WW
C47
PP
B
W
A
A
C81
P
C48
C78
B
C46
Ls
A
W
A
A
W
WW
W
180°
B
R
B
B
P
PP
P
P
C77
R
W
PP
P
A
W
WW
C84
B
R
C83
W
PP R
WW
P
A
2
C82
P
A
A
0°
AA
2
C80
2
B B
C79
2
B B
270°
90°
R
W
R
B
PP
P
B B
2
B B
2
PP
P
WW
A
A
W
WW
P
A
2
R
W
A
2
6 or 8 only)
C21
R
B
C92
A
A
Duo Tees
B
W
P
P
P
W
S P
W
A = No. of teeth (3, 4,
W
C39 B
W
C37
C88*
A = Odd No. of Sides
W
C36
A = Even No. of Sides
W
C35
W
C12**
Polygons
R
R
R
R1
P
W
P
R(4)
A
A
W
P
W
P
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R
C15
R
B
C91
6 or 8 only)
A = No. of teeth (3, 4,
W
R2
C90
W
C38
C89
A = Odd No. of Sides
W
C87
A = Even No. of Sides
W
C86
W
C85**
Ball Lock
0º
Punch
0º
Guide
Head Down
Reflected Views
0º
Die Button
Plan View
0º
270°
90°
X5
Reflected View
180°
0°
Dayton Progress Corporation
Normal grinding methods
produce ➊ .007 max fillet on
the punch and ➋ .007 max
fillet on the die button with
matching corner shape on
Die
the die button and punch,
Button
respectively. When ordering
die buttons, please specify
punch dimensions and clearance per side (i).
Clearance
The locking device orientation
is standard at 0°. For types of
locking methods and custom
locations, see p. 40.
Orientation and
Locking
202
34
33
The reflected view is used for punches and guides.
It is the view as seen in a mirror held below a punch
or guide in its operating position. It is the same as
a plan view from the head end, in which the point
shape is shown dotted. A reflected view is shown
with solid lines.
Punch
Plan View
Reflected View—
Punches and Guides
Ordering Information
Classified Shapes
L
PP
LA
401
204
601
LA
LA
RP
RP
PP
PP
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AP
LA
LA
PP
PP
PP
RF=(P/2)
RL
RP must be ≤ (P - PP) /2
203
202
201
LA
221
602
402
LA
LA
RL
AP
LA
LA
RL
RP
RP must be ≤ (P - PP) /2
213
212
211
LA
PP
RP
PP
RS
PP
RF=(PP/2)
PP
RF=(PP/2)
PP
RF=(PP/2)
XNT
404
234
603
RL
LA
RP
RP
PP
PP
RS
PP
RS
AP
LA
LA
RL
RP
RL
RP
RP
PP
PP
RL + RP must be ≤ (P - PP) /2
233
224
LA
RP
RP must be ≤ (P - PP) /2
223
LA
Qty. Type
2
HPW
1-19, 5 Days
Form Punches are also
available on standard punch
blanks. Form Punches other
than those are available as
specials.
Alterations
“P” is the point dimension of the product. The “P” dimensions are not shown below.
When “P” = “D,” shank tolerance applies.
W201 P.1875 PP.1250 LA2.235
P
The shapes shown below
are standard, but are not the
only shapes Dayton provides.
Others are available with a
detailed drawing attached to
the order.
the example below. Specify
alterations, if applicable.
Steel W Shape
Example: 2 HPW 50 B350 M2
Specify: Qty. Type Code
HOW TO ORDER
When ordering, change
the “X” designator to a “W.”
In addition, specify other
dimensions, as shown in
Dayton Progress Form
Punches are available on
round punches (i.e., those
designated as standard “X”
shaped punches).
Form Punch Shapes
34
50
D
C350
Shape
W201
444
PK
LA
LA
RB
BB
P.1875
RP
RL
2.235
PP
RS
RB
RL
RK
PP
RS
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BB
AP
LA
PP.125
RF=(PP/2)
PP
LA ±.001
RL
RK
RK + RL must be ≤ (PK - PP) /2
264
244
L±.001
P
LA
AN
AP
AP
RF
RL
RP
RP
RF
811
713
703
612
LA
AN
AP
AP
(Land
Length)
4 LDW
Qty. Type
PP
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Specify:
HOW TO ORDER
931
RS
(Land
Length)
*B
910
*B
RF
LL
RF
RS
PP
PP
RP
PP
W935
Steel W Shape
933
.010/.020”
Fillet
(Land
Length)
*B
920
(Land
Length)
*B
PP
P
PP
LA
LL
LA
LL
LA
.50 .625 .15
RF
PP
AN°
change the “X” designator to
a “W.” Die Buttons are available as headed or headless
with a counterbore relief, or
as headed or headless with a
tapered relief.
125 118 M2
Code
LL
LA
LL
Dayton Die Buttons are
available for all the Form
Punches shown here, i.e.,
round punches designated as
standard “X” shaped punches. When ordering, please
Form Die Button Shapes
802
712
702
611
LA
Form Punch Shapes
RS
.05
.03
RF
935
RS
(Land
Length)
*B
930
.010/.020”
Fillet
AN°
(Land
Length)
*B
812
714
704
621
XNT
LL
LA
LL
LA
RL
RF
PP
RS
RP
PP
RP
PP
Alterations
RF
PP
PP
AN
LA
AP
AP
RF
LA
LA
AN
AN
AP
AP
PP
RF
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*B (Land Length) will be per catalog
standard, unless XB is ordered. O.A.L.
will be held to LL tolerance, i.e., ±.001.
821
801
711
701
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Accessories
Retainers
Type A
Backing Plugs
Type B Type C
Standard in
Single-hole
Retainers
Optional for
Die Buttons
Standard in
MultiPositionTM
Retainers
Socket
Head
Cap
Screw
Retainer Dowel
Nut
574112
⁄16-18 x 13⁄4
574953
5
⁄16-18
574198
⁄8 -16 x 2
830097
574279
1
⁄2 -13 x 2
830127
1
⁄2-13
3
574198
⁄8 -16 x 2
830097
3
⁄8 -16
574279
1
⁄2 -13 x 2
830127
1
⁄2 -13
3
574198
⁄8 -16 x 2
Ball
Ball
Release
Screw
Standard
Spring
Extra
Heavy
Duty
Spring
Booster Retainer
Spring
Drill
Bushing
573922
573981
269026
572683
572756
572837
572918
572985
573051
573124
Reg. U.S. Pat. & TM Office
Heavy Duty
HRT
HRS
HRE
Light Duty
LRT
37
573345
50
62
75
87
100
125
50
62
75
87
100
125
50
62
75
87
100
125
573426
573493
573566
573647
573728
573795
25
573264
37
50
62
75
87
100
LRS
LRE
5
3
573949
574007
269042
817007
5
⁄16 x 11⁄2
813168
1
⁄2 Dia.
573949
574007
269042
830097
3
⁄8 -16
817015
3
⁄8 x 11⁄2
813168
1
⁄2 Dia.
573949
574007
269042
505439
⁄16 -18 x 11⁄2
574953
5
⁄16 -18
573973
1
⁄8 x 3⁄4
574015
3
⁄16 x 3⁄4
813028
1
⁄4 Dia.
573876
574163
830097
3
⁄8 -16
813052
5
⁄16 Dia.
573892
573728
813109
3
⁄8 Dia.
573914
813028
1
⁄4 Dia.
573876
813052
5
⁄16 Dia.
573892
5
573442
573515
573582
573664
⁄8 -16 x 11⁄2
3
573744
25
573272
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
150
175
573 3 5 3
573434
573507
573574
573655
573736
573442
573515
573582
573663
573744
25
573272
37
573 3 5 3
50
573442
573434
62
75
87
100
573515
573582
573663
573744
573507
573574
573655
573736
575275
10-24 x 1
813168
1
⁄2 Dia.
573434
573507
573574
573655
573736
573809
573434
573507
573574
573655
573736
573809
573345
573426
573493
573566
573647
3
⁄8 -16
813109
3
⁄8 Dia.
574015
3
⁄16 x 3⁄4
574031
1
⁄4 x 3⁄4
574031
1
⁄4
574252
830127
1
1
⁄2-13
⁄2 -13 x 13⁄4
505226 830038
1
1
⁄4 -20 x 11⁄2
⁄4-20
505439
⁄16 -18 x 11⁄2
5
x 3⁄4
830062
5
⁄16 -18
817007
5
⁄16 x 11⁄2
574163
3
⁄8 -16 x 11⁄2
505226
1
⁄4 -20 x 11⁄2
574163
⁄8 -16 x 11⁄2
3
830097
3
⁄8 -16
573914
813109
3
⁄8 Dia.
830038
1
⁄4-20
830097
57525
8-32 x 1
817007
⁄16 x 11⁄2
5
572616
572683
572756
572837
572918
572985
573051
814105
813028
1
⁄4 Dia.
573876
813052
5
⁄16 Dia.
573892
813109
3
⁄8 Dia.
573914
3
⁄8 -16
HOW TO ORDER
Specify:
Qty.
Example: 150
28
43
Product #
813109 (Ball for HRT with .3750 dia.)
817007 (Dowel for HRS)
573876 (Spring for LRE with .2500 dia.)
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Accessories
Miscellaneous
Punch Pullers
Built-in wrench
tightens collet
Dayton Punch Pullers simplify and speed the removal of
ball lock punches from retainers. You no longer have to
improvise with vise grips or other tools that can slip from
the punch, making removal difficult or hazardous.
Heat treated
high grade
alloy for
long life
T-Grip for
strong pulling
or twisting
action
Approx. 4"
.17 max.
Thin wall
construction for
easier punch
access
Shank
Diameter
In Inches
.250
.375
.500
.625
.750
.875
1.000
1.250
818097
818119
818127
818135
818143
818151
818178
818186
HOW TO ORDER
Specify:
Qty. Product #
Example: 3
Precision collet grips
punch shank securely
Catalog
Number
Dayton Punch Pullers are made of high-grade alloy
steel and are heat-treated and precision machined for
long, reliable service. Dayton Punch Pullers, which can
improve performance and save downtime, are available in
shank sizes from .250" to 1.250".
818097 (.250 shank diameter
with 1.12 max point length)
Removes ball lock punches quickly and easily
Max.
Point
Length
1.12
1.31
1.56
1.56
1.56
1.56
1.81
1.81
1
2
3
Slide Punch
Puller over the
shank.
Rotate the
built-in wrench
until tight.
Insert release
tool and pull down.
Ball Release Tools
Cat. No. 818038
Cat. No. 818046
Cat. No. 818054 Light Duty
Cat. No. 818062 Heavy Duty
Angle Tip
Straight Tip
Threaded Tip
(for all retainers)
(for all retainers)
(for True Position® Retainers)
HOW TO ORDER
Specify:
Qty.
Example:
2
Product #
818046 (Straight Tip)
Shim/Backing Plate
HOW TO ORDER
Specify: Qty.
Example: 2
Product #
URSP 1318
Clearance
Holes (5)
.071 or .189 ±.005
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D
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
125
Thickness T
.189 (Rc54-56)
.071 (Soft)
URBP 0648
URSP 0618
URBP 1048
URSP 1018
URBP 1348
URSP 1318
URBP 1648
URSP 1618
URBP 2048
URSP 2018
URBP 2248
URSP 2218
URBP 2548
URSP 2518
URBP 3248
URSP 3218
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EDM Die Button Blanks
HOW TO ORDER
Specify:
Qty. Type
Example: 6
5
KDE
KDU
D Code
37
50
L
P
Steel
100 XP.020
112
M2
M2
Standard “P” will be provided, unless otherwise specified.
Type
KD_
Material
Steel: M2, RC 60-63
Round P ±.005
D => Tolerance
Body
Dia.
.2500
.3125
.3750
.4375
.5000
.6250
.7500
.8750
1.0000
1.2500
1.5000
1.7500
2.0000
2.2500
2.5000
2.7500
Std. P
.031
.031
.031
.031
.062
.062
.062
.062
.062
.062
.062
.125
.125
.125
.125
.125
.005 P to D
+.0006
+.0002
K_U
Optional XP
—
.020
—
.020
—
.020
—
.020
—
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.125
Std. P
.031
.031
.031
.031
.031
.093
.093
.093
.093
.125
.125
.125
.125
.125
.125
.125
K_E
Optional XP
—
.020
—
.020
—
.020
—
.020
—
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
.031
.020
B
.15
.25
.25
.25
.25
.25
.31
.31
.31
.37
.37
.37
.37
.37
.37
.37
R
.156
.191
.228
.281
.312
.391
.468
.578
.703
.828
1.093
1.430
1.630
1.830
2.030
2.230
.125
.75
.87
.93
1.00
1.12
1.25
1.37
75
87
93
100
112
125
137
1.50
150
Features/Benefits
D d 1.00
1 Day
1.00 D d1.50 2 Days
(with XP, add 2 Days)
D ! 1.50
4 Days
(with or without XP)
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Select either round KDU EDM Die Button
Blanks or round KDE Die Button Blanks.
Relief hole (R) provides sufficient clearance for
slug removal during the stamping process in
both types.
KDU Blanks are provided with a small straight
through hole. They are commonly used for
wire and vertical EDM operations. There are
two key advantages with this type of blank: in
wire cutting, a tapered relief can be cut instead
of a round straight relief; in conventional
EDM applications, you can customize the size
of the relief to the shape you are cutting.
KDE Blanks are used with conventional
(vertical) EDM machines. The hole (P) is used
to introduce dielectric to the spark gap for
flushing away eroded particles of steel. For
the fastest delivery, use the standard (P)
dimension given in the chart. If an optional (P)
dimension is desired, simply specify “XP,” and
indicate the dimension.
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®
Jektole Data
The Engineered Clearance
®
Jektole
with
Keeper Key
Perforating punch-to-die button clearances in metal stamping dies has been
universally expressed as a percentage
of stock thickness, and for clarity
should be articulated as percent per
side (i =clearance per side).
Standard practice has called for i5%,
and is commonly known as “regular
clearance.” Regular clearance has
been applied almost universally to all
applications involving the perforation
of ferrous materials.
Jektole ®
Cutaway
Jektole®, the Engineered Clearance,
is approximately twice regular
clearance, i.e., i10-12%. This
means greater productivity, improved
maintenance, and a better return on
your tooling investment.
In addition, clearances of up to i50%
are not uncommon with some hard
materials. Clearance tests have been
performed by Dayton Progress to
prove that increasing the clearance
does not lessen hole quality—a
common thought by some designers
and engineers. Dayton clearance
tests do, in fact, prove that the Jektole®
Engineered Clearance provides
many advantages and benefits.
Jektole® In Production
●
●
●
●
●
Requires less press tonnage
Reduces the pressure required to strip the
punch, which, in turn, reduces punch wear
Produces minimal burr
Doubles—often triples—piece output per grind
Reduces total punch costs
Jektole® In Maintenance
●
●
●
●
Keeper Key holds pin in retracted position
(see photo at left)
Eliminates the need for disassembly before
grinding
Helps maintain proper pin extension
Reduces downtime for regrinding
Standard Jektole® Data
J2*
J3
J4
J6
.250
.375
.500
.625
Point Hole Dia. C .020 .032
Shank Hole Dia. E .086 .109
Pin Extension
.030 .030
Keeper Key No.
920045
.046
.141
.060
.063
.172
.060
DIMENSION
Std. Shank Dia. D .250
* Point Diameters < .080
®
920053
J12
1.250
.125
.275
.060
**
** Keeper Key not available
Jektole ® Design Limits
J3
J4
J6
J9
J12
D .250
.250
.375
.500
.750
.875
D .375
.375
.375
.500
.750
.875
P .040
.064 .092
.126
.188 .250
Max. Point Lgth. B 1.25
1.50 1.62
1.62
1.62
DIMENSION
Min. Shank Dia.
(Light Duty)
Min. Shank Dia.
(Heavy Duty)
Min. Point Dia.
Jektole Components
J9
.750
.875
1.000
.094
.221
.060
J2
1.62
Universal Jektole ® Components
.75 min
J2
J3
J4
J6
J9
J12
1.11
1.38
1.94
1.94
2.22
2.22
D
.017
.027
.041
.058
.089
.120
H
.048
.073
.094
.120
.156
.188
T
.031
.047
.062
.062
.094
.094
J2
J3
J4
J6
J9
J12
EJECTOR PINS
Overall Length
L
Pin Diameter
Head Diameter
Hd. Thickness
SPRINGS
Outside Dia.
D
.081
.104
.136
.167
.216
.270
Free Length
L
2.38
2.38
3.19
3.00
3.03
2.56
lbs.
.5
.75
1
1.5
2
2.5
J2
J3
J4
J6
J9
J12
Pressure
(.12Preload)
SCREWS
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Screw Size
D #3-48 #5-40 #8-32 #10-32 1⁄ 4-28 5⁄ 16 -24
Screw Length
L
.19
.19
.19
.19
.25
.25
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Locking Devices
Orientation
90°
HOW TO ORDER
BS 225°
180°
0°
270°
A plan view is used for the die button, and a reflected
view is used for the punch. The reflected view, a
mirror image (see p. 32, “Classified Shapes”),
simplifies orientation: All locking devices are in
the same position.
Identify as “reflected view” on the punch drawing.
Type
D Code
P (or P&W)
Steel
Alteration
5
9
LAO
LAR
87-100
50-125
P.394, W.209
P.275, W.092
A2
M2
X2
X83
This page shows the most common locking devices
available for press-fit die buttons—single flat, double flat, and dowel.
Select the type, then add the code to the component description.
(See “how to order” box on right.)
Single Flats X2, X5, X8, X9
X8
D
F
The double key flat locking device is at 0°. Specify “X3” for die buttons.
Alternate locations of 90°, 180°, and 270°
may be specified at no additional cost.
Specify “X3” and the degree required.
Example: X3—90°.
X3
Custom Location
.25
Depth
Depth
Length
.060
.060
.060
.500
.625
.750
X84
.060
Full Length
X85
X86
X87
.093
.093
.093
.500
.625
.750
X88
X89
.093
Full Length
Specify Dimensions
X91
X92
X93
.060
.060
.060
.500
.625
.750
X94
.060
Full Length
X95
X96
X97
.093
.093
.093
.500
.625
.750
X98
X99
.093
Full Length
Specify Dimensions
Double Flats X3, X6
Specify “X6” for die buttons and the degree
required counter-clockwise from 0°.
Example: X6—135°.
Length
(from top of
die button)
X81
X82
X83
Custom Location
.25
Dowel Slots X0*, X1*, X4, X7, X41, X71
The standard dowel locking device is at 0°. Specify “X4” (.125 dowel) or “X41”
(.1875 dowel) for die buttons. Specify “X0” (F=.5D) for die buttons only.
Alternate locations of 90°, 180°, or 270° may be specified at no additional
cost. Specify “X0,” “X4,” or “X41” and the degree required.
Example: X4—90°.
Custom Location
D
F Dimension for Flats
F
TYP.
for Press-Fit Die Buttons
Body Dia.
25
37
50
62
75
87
100
Specify “X7” (.125 dowel) or “X71” (.1875 dowel) for
die buttons. Specify “X1” (F=.5D) for die buttons only.
Specify “X1,” “X7,” or “X71,” and the degree required
counter-clockwise from 0°.
Example: X71—135°.
F
.110
.165
.220
.270
.325
.380
.435
F Dimension for Dowels
Body Dia.
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
for Press-Fit Die Buttons
F
.540
.650
.775
.900
1.025
1.150
1.275
Body Dia.
X0*, X1*
Location Tolerance
F
Flat
Radial
+ .0005
– .0000
.001/
inch
X4, X7
Dowel
F
Radial
+ .0005
– .0000
0°-4'
0°
270°
Code
X2
Custom Location
90°
180°
The depth of the flat is taken
from the shank, not the head,
on punches.
How to Specify
Specify “X5” (bottom) or “X9” (top) and the
degree required counter-clockwise from 0°.
Example: X5—135°.
Qty.
Example:
Additional Flat For
Punches and
Die Buttons
Views
The standard key flat locking device is at 0°.
Specify “X2” (bottom) or “X8” (top) for die buttons.
Alternate locations of 90°, 180°, or 270°
may be specified at no additional cost.
Specify “X2” or “X8” and the degree required.
Example: X2—90°.
Specify:
Standard Location
The standard ball seat location is at
90°. Alternate locations of 0°, 180°, or
270° may be specified at no extra cost.
Custom ball seat locations may be
specified as “BS” and at the degree
required counter-clockwise from 0°.
(See drawing on right.)
X41, X71
F
F
25
31
37
43
50
62-275
.1250
.1562
.1875
.2188
.2500
D/2
.1625
.1875
.2125
.2375
.2625
D/2
.1938
.2188
.2438
.2688
.2938
D/2
Order example:
X0, X1, X4, & X7 — .1250 Dowel
X41 & X71 — .1875 Dowel
* Available on headless die buttons only
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Urethane Strippers
Features/Benefits
O.D.
I.D.
L
1
⁄4"
Air Hole
Air Hole
1
⁄16
3
⁄32
1
Catalog
Number
USE18-125
USE18-150
USE25-125
USE25-150
USE25-175
USE31-125
USE31-150
USE31-175
USE31-200
USE37-125
USE37-150
USE37-175
USE37-200
USE50-125
USE50-150
USE50-175
USE50-200
USE50-225
USE62-125
USE62-150
USE62-175
USE62-200
USE75-175
USE75-200
USE75-225
USE75-250
USE75-275
USE87-175
USE87-200
USE87-225
USE87-250
USE87-275
USE100-175
USE100-200
USE100-225
USE100-250
USE100-275
I.D. O.D.
3
⁄16
1
5
⁄4
⁄16
3
⁄8
L
I.D.
3
3
⁄8
Specify:
⁄16
11⁄4
11⁄2
250
230
400
350
—
—
3
⁄4
11⁄4
11⁄2
13 ⁄4
280
275
220
475
465
375
—
—
490
⁄16
11⁄4
11⁄2
13 ⁄4
2
320
300
270
240
500
450
400
370
—
—
575
600
⁄8
11⁄4
11⁄2
13 ⁄4
2
420
385
355
310
695
625
575
515
—
—
760
670
520
450
435
315
275
790
725
680
510
475
—
—
875
650
600
1
⁄2
1
5
⁄8
11⁄8
11⁄4
11⁄2
13 ⁄4
2
600
520
480
440
925
835
775
730
—
—
1000
935
1
1 ⁄2
13 ⁄4
2
21⁄4
21⁄2
2 3 ⁄4
500
400
350
325
300
800
700
650
600
550
1200
1100
1000
900
800
13 ⁄4
13 ⁄4
2
21⁄4
21⁄2
2 3 ⁄4
1500
1200
1150
900
850
2200
1900
1850
1450
1350
3400
2800
2400
1900
1800
2
13 ⁄4
2
21⁄4
21⁄2
2 3 ⁄4
2000
1600
1400
1200
1000
3000
2600
2300
2000
1800
3500
3400
3200
3000
2800
⁄4
7
⁄8
1
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L
37 125
Pressure at Deflection of
1
1
3
⁄8
⁄4
⁄8
11⁄4
11⁄2
13 ⁄4
2
21⁄4
3
USE
⁄8 -1
⁄16
7
Qty. Type
Example: 12
11
13
Strip-shape Dayton Urethane Strippers assure positive stripping and
dampen punch vibration by gripping around the punch point. The
closed-end feature holds the thin stock flat during the stripping cycle,
and helps eliminate the potential for rejected parts.
HOW TO ORDER
⁄16 -1⁄4
5
Dayton’s durable, yet flexible, Urethane Strippers provide superior
stripping over conventional strippers; develop higher load-bearing
capacity due to the use of a unique curing agent; are tear- and oil-resistant;
provide exceptional dampening of the punch, thus eliminating premature
punch failure due to vibration; and are easy to install and replace.
Push
on
Punch shape in
end of stripper
Die Button
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Shear Angles
Shear Angles can be applied to all punch points. These angles are
used primarily to reduce slug pulling. Single and Double Shears
can be used to reduce the punching force as well as minimize slug
pulling. These alterations are prepriced and do not add to the
standard delivery of the product.
For Round Punches Only
XS19
Nail Point
L +.020
−.005
Shear Angles are also available on Classified Shapes, but are
available as special order only.
Standard ball seat location is at 90°.
A°
XS20
Chamfer
L +.020
−.000
Simply add the alteration code shown next to the drawings, and
the angle desired, to your punch catalog number. Tolerance on all
angles is ±15 minutes.
.04
A°
LL not available on XS19, XS21, XS22, and XS23.
XS21
Conical
L +.020
−.005
HOW TO ORDER
Type
Code
L
P (or P&W)
Steel
Alteration
HPL
100
C350
P.872, W.401
A2
XS23 A3°
A°
For Round & Shape Punches
XS22
Double Shear
L +.020
−.005
90°
0°
A°
XS23
Single Shear
L +.020
−.005
90°
0°
A°
XS24
Single Shear Angle with Flat
L +.020
−.000
90°
width
0°
A°
Shown as reflected view.
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