The first step in making a sheet metal part is cutting to size. Guillotine shearing machine and Hydraulic guillotine shearing machine perform this function. The Guillotine shearing machine is a multipurpose machine for cutting alloys and other metal sheets. Some shears use a scissors-like angular shearing action to cut metal into sheets or strips. Other larger machines use a straight shearing action, where the blade is fixed at an angle rather than an angular motion. The shearing operation is performed by the action of two blades, one is fixed on the shearing bed and the other moves vertically with almost no clearance. The shearing action gradually moves from one side of the material to the other. The angular configuration of the blades is called a rake. Both rake angle and clearance are a function of the type and thickness of the material being cut. In a Hydraulic guillotine shearing machine, the upper blade is inclined relative to the lower blade, approximately 0.5 to 2.5 degrees. A typical Hydraulic guillotine shearing machine consists of a fixed bed with mounted blades, a vertically advancing crosshead and a series of hold down pins or feet that hold the material in place while the cut takes place. Measuring systems with stops are used to produce specific workpiece finish dimensions.
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