Due to the limitation of 2D simulation in fine blanking, finite element software DEFORM-3D was used to simulate the 3D model of Back Plate. In this article the Normalized Cockroft&Latham fracture criterion was chosen to simulate the blanking process. The distribution and developing trend of the hydrostatic stress, equivalent stress in the fine blanking process are predicted. When the die radii are between 0.4mm and 0.6mm, burnished surface improves. It shows that the ideal blanking clearance value is 0.6% of the material thickness. The results indicate that FE numerical simulation could effectively optimize fine blanking process and offer basis for quality improvement.