Introduction of Stamping Parts
The stamping part is a forming method of applying a pressing force to a plate, a strip, a pipe, a profile, and the like by a press and a mold to cause plastic deformation or separation, thereby obtaining a stamping part of a desired shape and size. The stamped blanks are mainly hot rolled and cold rolled steel sheets and strips.
The stamping parts are thin, uniform, light and strong. Stamping can produce workpieces with ribs, undulations or flanging that are difficult to manufacture by other methods to increase their rigidity. Thanks to the use of precision molds, the precision of the workpiece can reach micron level, and the repeatability is high and the specifications are the same. It is possible to punch out the holes.
Cold stampings are generally no longer machined or require only a small amount of machining. Stamping is an efficient production method. It adopts composite molds, especially multi-station composite molds. It can complete multiple stamping processes on one press, and realize automatic automatic winding, leveling and punching to forming and finishing produce.
The stamping parts have high dimensional accuracy, uniform size with the same modular parts, and good interchangeability. General assembly and use requirements are met without further machining. In the stamping process, since the surface of the material is not damaged, it has a good surface quality and a smooth and beautiful appearance, which provides convenient conditions for surface painting, electroplating, phosphating and other surface treatment.
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