Если вы занимаетесь производством листового металла, можете ли вы понять жаргон технологии обработки листового металла?

Что такое листовой металл? Детали из листового металла — это изделия, обработанные по технологии листового металла, и мы повсеместно живем без деталей из листового металла. Детали из листового металла изготавливаются путем намотки нити, лазерной резки, тяжелой обработки, склеивания металлов, волочения металла, плазменной резки, прецизионной сварки, прокатки, гибки листового металла, штамповки, гидроабразивной резки, точной сварки.

  • Shearing: refers to the process of obtaining rectangular workpieces through a shearing machine.
  • Unloading: refers to the process of laser cutting or CNC punch punching of the workpiece.
  • Blanking: refers to using mold processing on ordinary punches or other equipment to obtain the shape of the product.
  • Punching: refers to processing holes in the workpiece by ordinary punches and dies.
  • Bending: refers to the process in which a bending machine forms the workpiece.
  • Forming: refers to the process of deforming the workpiece using a mold on an ordinary punch or other equipment.
  • Punch: also called “flanging,” refers to the process of using a mold to form a round hole edge on a workpiece on an ordinary punch or other equipment.
  • Tapping: refers to the process of processing internal threads on the workpiece.
  • Reaming: refers to processing small holes on workpieces into large holes with drills or milling cutters.
  • Countersink hole: refers to processing a tapered hole on the workpiece with a connector similar to a countersunk screw.
  • Riveting: refers to the process of firmly crimping fasteners such as pressure rivet nuts, rivet screws, or riveting nut columns on the workpiece with a punch or hydraulic press.
  • Riveting: refers to the process of sinking the workpiece first and then using a punch or hydraulic press to crimp the rivet nut on the workpiece firmly.
  • Pulling mother: refers to using a process similar to riveting. A process in which a connector such as a rivet nut (POP) is firmly attached to a workpiece with a puller gun.
  • Riveting: refers to the process of using a rivet gun as a tool to connect two or more workpieces with rivets closely.
  • Riveting: The process of connecting two or more workpieces face to face with rivets. If the countersunk head is riveted, the workpiece must be counterbored first.
  • Punching bag: refers to forming a raised shape of a workpiece with a mold in a punch or hydraulic press.
  • Punching and tearing: also called “punching bridge,” refers to the process of forming a workpiece like a bridge with a mold in a punch or hydraulic press.
  • Printing: refers to the process of using a mold to punch out words, symbols, or other imprints on the workpiece.
  • Angle cutting: refers to cutting the angle of the workpiece using a mold on a punch or hydraulic press.
  • Punching mesh hole: refers to the mesh hole punched out of the workpiece with a mold on an ordinary punch or CNC punch.
  • Flattening: refers to the process of transitioning a workpiece with a specific shape to flatten.
  • Drilling: refers to the process of using a drill to punch a workpiece on a drilling machine or milling machine.
  • Chamfering: refers to processing sharp corners of workpieces using molds, files, sanders, etc.
  • Leveling: refers to leveling the workpiece by using other equipment before and after processing the workpiece.
  • Return teeth: refers to the process of repairing the second screw on the workpiece with teeth in advance.
  • Protective film: refers to the process of protecting the surface of the workpiece using a film that can protect the surface of the workpiece.
  • Tear protective film: refers to the cleaning process of the protective film on the surface of the workpiece.
  • Calibration: refers to the process of adjusting the workpiece that has been processed and formed
  • Heat shrinkage: refers to the process of using heating equipment (hot air gun, oven) to tighten the plastic covering the workpiece.
  • Labeling: refers to the process of sticking the label to the designated position of the workpiece.
  • Wire drawing: refers to the process of texture treatment on the surface of the workpiece using a wire drawing machine and abrasive belt.
  • Polishing: refers to the process of using polishing equipment to brighten the surface of the workpiece.
  • Heat treatment: refers to the unique treatment process to improve the hardness of the workpiece4. Deburring: refers to removing the burrs of the workpiece with a grinder, file, and other tools to make the workpiece smooth and flat during sheet metal processing.
  • Deburring: refers to removing the burrs of the workpiece with a grinder, file, and other tools during sheet metal processing of the workpiece to make the workpiece smooth and flat.
  • Argon arc welding: refers to welding the workpiece and the workpiece by the argon arc welder at the edge or seam of the workpiece. It is also divided into intermittent welding, full welding, etc., clearly marked on the drawing.
  • Contact welding: also known as “spot welding,” refers to the process of welding and connecting workpieces face to face by a torch welder.
  • Plant welding: refers to firmly welding the plant welding screw to the workpiece with a welding gun.
  • Welding and polishing: mainly refers to the process of using sanders, files, and other tools to make the welding scars of the workpiece smooth and flat.
  • Pretreatment: refers to the process of degreasing and derusting the workpiece with electrolytic solution after the workpiece sheet metal processing is completed. The workpiece surface coating (such as phosphating film) is added and cleaned before painting or powder spraying.
  • Scraping: refers to the process of using atomic ash to compensate for defects on the surface of the workpiece, such as welding gaps or pits
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