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What Is Sheet Metal Processing?

 

What Is Sheet Metal Processing?
 
Summary
 
Sheet metal processing is called sheet metal processing. For example, making chimneys, barrels, oil tanks, ventilation pipes, elbows, places around the sky, funnel shapes, etc. with sheet metal, the main processes are shearing, bending and buckling edges, bending forming, welding, riveting and so on, which require certain geometric knowledge. Sheet metal parts are sheet metal parts, which can be processed by stamping, bending, stretching and other means. A general definition is that parts with constant thickness in the process of processing. Corresponding to them are casting, forging and pressing parts, machined parts and so on.
 
Industry Terminology
 
Every industry has its professional term, sheet metal processing industry is no exception. The following 25 are common.
 
(1) Pressure riveting: refers to the process of firmly pressing riveting nuts, riveting bolts or riveting nut columns on the workpiece with a punch or hydraulic press.
 
Riveting: refers to the process of first sinking the workpiece, then pressing the riveting nut firmly on the workpiece with a punch or hydraulic press.
 
(2) pulling mother: refers to the use of the similar riveting process. The technological process of firmly connecting the connecting parts such as rivet nuts (POP) to the workpiece with a pulling pistol.
 
(3) Riveting: refers to the process in which two or more workpieces are closely connected using a riveting gun and a pulling nail.
 
(4) Riveting: The process of riveting two or more workpieces face to face together. If riveting the countersunk head, the workpiece should be sunk first.
 
(5) Cutting angle: refers to the process of cutting the workpiece angle by using a die on a punch or hydraulic press.
 
(6) Bending: refers to the process in which the workpiece is formed by a bending machine.
 
(7) Forming: refers to the process of deforming a workpiece by using a die on a common punch or other equipment.
 
(8) Shearing: refers to the process of obtaining rectangular workpiece by shearing machine.
 
(9) Blanking: refers to the process in which the workpiece is cut by LASER or punched by NC punch.
 
(10) Blanking: refers to the process in which the shape of a product is obtained by using a die on a common punch or other equipment.
 
(11) Punching: refers to the processing of holes by ordinary punches and dies.
 
(12) Punching convex hull: refers to the process of forming a convex shape of the workpiece with a die in a punch or hydraulic press.
 
(13) Punching and tearing: also known as "punching bridge", refers to the process of forming a bridge-like shape of the workpiece with a die in a punch or hydraulic press.
 
(14) Punching: also known as "flanging", refers to the process of turning the round hole edge of a workpiece by using a die on a common punch or other equipment. Process.
 
(15) Tapping: refers to the process of processing internal threads on a workpiece.
 
(16) Leveling: refers to the process of leveling the workpiece before and after processing, using other equipment.
 
(17) Returning teeth: refers to the process of restoring the second screw teeth of the workpiece with the teeth attacked beforehand.
 
(18) Drilling: refers to the process of drilling a workpiece with a bit on a drilling or milling machine.
 
(19) chamfering: refers to the process of processing the sharp corners of the workpiece employing dies, files, grinders, etc.
 
(20) Imprinting: refers to the process of punching out words, symbols or other impressions on a workpiece through a die.
 
(21) Settlement hole: refers to the process of processing tapered holes on the workpiece to fit with a connection like a countersunk head screw.
 
(22) Flattening: refers to the process of transferring a workpiece with a certain shape to flattening.
 
(23) Punching mesh hole: refers to punching mesh hole on the workpiece with the die on an ordinary punch or CNC punch.
 
(25) Enlargement: refers to the process of turning small holes into large holes with a drill or milling cutter.

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