For those who are new to sheet metal processing, the vast majority of people confuse the concepts of sheet metal processing and stamping. Although the two have many similarities, they still have certain differences.
First of all, conceptually, sheet metal processing refers to the processing of metal plates, that is, the use of plates to make common items in our daily lives, such as chimneys, iron drums, fuel tanks and oil pots, ventilation ducts, elbows, rounded places , Funnel shape, etc., it is mainly made by several processes such as cutting, bending hem, bending forming, welding, riveting, etc., and the stamping process uses the power of conventional or special stamping equipment to make the sheet Production technology that directly receives deformation force in the mold and deforms to obtain product parts of a certain shape, size and function. Sheet, mold and equipment are the three elements of stamping. From the above, it can be seen that stamping is only one of many processes in sheet metal processing. The two are included and included. The contact between these parties helps employees to make fewer mistakes in the future operation process, and at the same time can improve the technical level of employees in operation. For partners who have just joined the profession of sheet metal processing, they should also identify sheet metal. The difference between processing and punching, so that talents will be more helpful to the future work.
Blocking is a stamping process that summarizes and separates the data along the opening. The separated data becomes a workpiece or a process piece.
Flaring is a stamping process that expands the opening of a hollow or tubular part outward.
Punching is a stamping process that separates waste materials from data or process parts along a closed outline, and obtains the required holes in the data or process parts.
Punching is a stamping process that separates waste materials from materials or process parts along the opening and generalization. The opening and generalization constitutes a gap, the depth of which does not exceed the width.
Punching is a stamping process that separates waste materials from materials or process parts along the opening. The opening is generally trough-shaped and its depth exceeds the width.
Punching the center hole is a stamping process that forms a shallow concave center hole on the surface of the process part. There is no corresponding protrusion on the reverse data.