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Wiring terminal stamping how to form, I will tell you

by:Fortuna     2021-01-30
Wiring terminal stamping parts processing by press ( Punch) , die exert force on the material, get the required shape and size of the stamping parts, wire terminals at the same time for the car is a very important part of, is also very strict, small author to popularize wiring terminal stamping process the causes of common problems: 1. Total production process: stamping operator training does not reach the designated position, do not pay attention to operation, the artifacts appear displacement, or not to send in place to mold or feeder fixed position collision, lead to crush scrap products, serious when mold destroyed; Feeder height is not reasonable, Automation equipment adjust unreasonable, such as process, speed, etc. ) ; 2. Stamping operation appliance installation and remove: press overload ( By pressure deformation) ; Wiring terminal stamping equipment transfer occurs when knock against, falling, too fast; 3. Scratches, adhesion: mold parts is not clean and not smooth on the surface of the leading surface scratches or pits, parts surface oil cause adhesion lead to mold damage; Or the operator for lead to mold damage; 4. Burr: fall wiring terminal stamping and forming, mould installation gap is too big lead to burr, late assembly; 5. Assembly: usually require wiring terminal stamping pressure directly on the wiring harness, pressure level and firm, is not to take off the line; The above article is derived from the metal stamping parts, automotive stamping parts processing custom 18 years ( ) Original, reproduced please indicate the source. 【 Relevant recommendation 】 Details: how much do you know the new energy automotive stamping parts? Details: sharing details of stamping processing industry: precision metal stamping parts figure how to draw, please be aware that this several steps
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