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How Many Processes Do you Need to Process Metal Stamping Dies?

Aug. 07, 2019

As an Aluminum Stamping Lids Supplier, let's talk about the processes of processing metal stamping dies.

The first step of processing the metal stamping die is to cut the material. At the very least, the blank is cut or sawn in the raw material of the die steel, and then the roughing is performed. The rough, rough surface, size, etc. are relatively poor, so you need to grind the grinding machine once and then to grind it. This time is rough machining, so the size requirements are not high, generally enough to keep the tolerance of 50 wire. After roughing, heat treatment is required, and the general heat treatment is a special heat treatment plant for processing.

After the heat treatment, it is necessary to carry out finishing. Generally, the grinding machine is first used for fine grinding, and the dimensional requirements at this time are relatively strict. Generally, the accuracy is about 0.01. Of course, this precision is not absolute. The specific precision requirements also refer to the complexity and precision of the Auto Stamping Parts that need to be processed by the metal stamping die.

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Auto Stamping Parts

After the grinding machine is finished, the design drawings before the installation are processed. Generally, the thread is first threaded, and then the upper thread is cut according to the drawing to cut out the required size and shape, and then the milling machine, CNC, etc., depending on the situation. This specific also depends on the complexity of metal stamping parts.

To sum up, the equipment required for metal stamping dies includes sewing machines, lathes, wire cutting, electric sparks, milling machines, drilling machines, grinding machines, and so on. These are also a qualified metal stamping die fitter that requires a skilled operation.

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