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What basic processing principles should be followed in stamping processing?

2023-03-10

Stamping has developed rapidly since its emergence in the field of metal processing. In people's daily life, stamping parts are widely used, involving all aspects of life. What basic processing principles should be followed in stamping processing? Next, Dongguan Fortuna Precision will share with you.

 

1. Each stamping part needs to consider the technical standard and model size of stamping processing at the design level, so that it can achieve the expected effect during assembly or use, thereby improving the technical advantages, and also creating various stamping processes in the process of processing specialty.

 

2. In the process of processing, the shape of the stamping part needs to be as simple as possible, so the design of the mold also needs to be as simple as possible to meet the manufacturing specifications of the stamping die. From the perspective of the processing technology of the stamping parts processing plant, the technical advantages and characteristics have been improved. Only by constantly discovering the processing characteristics, can better processing advantages be produced.

 

3. The designed stamping parts need to be conducive to improving the utilization rate of gold materials, reducing the variety and specifications of materials, and reducing the consumption of materials as much as possible. Use low-cost materials where possible, and make parts as waste-free and waste-less as possible.

 

4. It should be conducive to the use of existing equipment, process equipment and process flow to process it as much as possible, and to prolong the service life of the die.

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