The technological process of precision parts processing!

In the actual application of precision parts processing, the higher the precision and the more refined the better the processing level and quality. At the same time, these products are also more popular with consumers. Generally speaking, they have incomparable advantages and characteristics in CNC machining. Precision parts processing will choose processing methods according to customer requirements, or make decisions based on products, and the same is true for precision parts processing.



The machining process of precision parts includes cnc turning, milling, planing, grinding, clamp, stamping, casting, etc.

Stamping: Stamping uses pre-made molds and punches for cold stamping, mainly for sheet metal processing, that is, most of the processed materials are plates, and the processing efficiency is relatively high and suitable for mass production

The precision hardware processing process is divided into engineering molds and continuous molds. Engineering plastic molds are also called single-punch dies. Some more complex parts require several sets of molds, and the continuous mold is divided into several parts in the cavity of the mold. In a mold, one stroke processed by such a punch is a finished product. High-speed continuous punching machine can process three to four hundred products per minute

Lathes: Lathes for precision parts processing belong to precision machining machinery. They are divided into ordinary lathes, automatic lathes, instrument lathes and computer lathes. They rotate and move after clamping the material, and the lathe performs radial or axial processing.

Nowadays, automatic lathes and computerized lathes are more and more widely used, because these two are fully automatic processing, which reduces the accuracy error caused by human operation to the lowest point, and the processing speed is fast, which is used for mass production. Most of the lathes are equipped with side rotary tools and back rotary tools. In other words, milling can also be performed on a lathe.

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