Small metal stamping parts are hardware parts often used in our work and production, and may have encountered many problems. So how can we improve the quality of products in production? First of all, we must first understand the hardware ...
Small metal stamping parts are hardware parts often used in our work and production, and may have encountered many problems. So how can we improve the quality of products in production? First of all, we must first understand the production principle of small hardware stamping parts: using a punch and a mold to deform or fracture the stainless steel, iron, aluminum, copper and other plates and heterogeneous materials. From this we can see that the stamping process plays a huge role in the production process of the product.
The following editors briefly introduce the methods to improve the hardware stamping parts:
1. When designing the structural shape of the hardware stamping parts, use a simple and reasonable surface and its combination. At the same time, the number of processing surfaces and the processing area should be minimized.
2. The materials used for small hardware stamping parts should not only meet the technical requirements of product design, but also meet the requirements of the stamping process and the processing requirements of cutting, plating, cleaning and other processes after stamping.
3. Requirements for forming performance of small hardware stamping parts For the forming process, in order to facilitate stamping deformation and improve the quality of the part, the material should have good plasticity, small yield ratio, large plate thickness directivity coefficient, and small plate directivity coefficient The ratio of the material's yield strength to elastic modulus is small. For the separation process, the material does not need to have good plasticity, but it should have a certain plasticity. The better the plasticity, the more difficult it is to separate.
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