List 5 advantages of a tapered die insert which is put in from the back of the die case and held in with a threaded filler?
1.) Less chance of the die insert jacking forward out of the die case through the front
2.) Can achieve more interference fit due to the taper angle
3.) Easier to index a die insert shape due to the short stroke required to press it into place
4.) Less wear in the die case bore due to the short stroke required to press the insert into place
5.) The wall thickness of the die insert at the open end of the case can be less than normal, allowing better die case to insert relationship at the face which is the weakest point of the case
6.) Shorter front die inserts can be used because the angle will hold them in place
7.) Since the die inserts are between the angle at the front and the threaded filler in the back, there is a pressure holding the inserts against one another equal to the pressure required to assemble the inserts