Abstract: A method of molding a back cover of a display and a die for molding the back cover are provided. More particularly, a method of finishing a side of a display by using a back cover is provided. A die for molding a back cover of a display includes: an upper die in which a lower inner side thereof has a fan shape with a certain curvature, and an inner side of the fan shape has a flat shape; a first lower die which is disposed below the upper die and in which an upper inner side thereof has a shape corresponding to the fan shape formed in the upper die, and an inner side of the fan shape is dent downward by a certain length; and a second lower die in which an upper portion thereof has a flat shape, and an end upper portion thereof protrudes toward the first lower die by a certain length.
Abstract: Provided is a press forming method for a composite material, which prevents a longitudinal section of the composite material from being exposed to outside. To this end, the method includes: cutting edges of the upper metal layer and the resin layer using a cutter such that the resin layer is cut relatively more than the upper metal layer; bending the upper metal layer toward the lower metal layer; and folding the lower metal layer by an angle of 180 degrees using a hemming die such that side surfaces of the upper metal layer and the resin layer are prevented from being exposed to outside.
Abstract: Provided is a press forming method for a composite material. A press forming method for a composite material including an upper metal member, a resin member, and a lower metal member, and including: producing the lower metal member having first and second coating films respectively bonded to upper and lower surfaces thereof; producing the composite material including the upper metal member, a first hot melt member, the resin member, a second hot melt member, and the lower metal member; cutting an area spaced inward a predetermined distance from a lengthwise edge of the composite material by using a T-cutter, such that only the lower metal member remains; removing the upper metal member, the first hot melt member, the resin member, and the second hot melt member that are located outside the cut area; and folding the lower metal member by an angle of 180 degrees by using a hemming die.