Sheet metal processing, it is a very important step in the forming of sheet metal products, its meaning, in brief, is the processing of technical sheet metal parts, called sheet metal processing. After understanding the meaning of sheet metal processing, in order to let everyone know more about sheet metal processing, manufacturers introduce the professional terminology of sheet metal processing.
Professional terms in sheet metal processing:
Pressure riveting: refers to the process of pressing riveting nuts, riveting screws or riveting nut pillars and other fasteners firmly onto the workpiece with a punch or hydraulic press.
Pull riveting: refers to the process of connecting two or more workpieces tightly together with a pull riveter gun as a tool.
Cut angle: refers to the process of using a mold to remove the workpiece angle on a punch or hydraulic press.
Reaming: the technological process of using small drill or milling cutter to support small holes on machined parts.
Riveting: The process of connecting two or more workpieces face to face with rivets. If countersunk head is riveted, the workpiece needs to be drilled first.
Forming: The process of turning a sheet metal workpiece into a specified shape by using a die on a punch or other specialized sheet metal processing equipment.
Cutting material: the processing flow of machined material through the shearing machine.
Cutting: refers to the workpiece through LASER cutting or CNC punching process.
Back teeth: refers to the process of restoring teeth second times before the teeth are pre attacked.
Blanking: refers to the process of obtaining the shape of the product on a common punch or other equipment by using a mold.
Punching: refers to the process of workpiece processing by ordinary punch and die.
Punching: also known as "flanging", refers to the common punch or other equipment on the use of molds to form a round hole edge of the process. Process.
Ping Ping: for a certain shape of the workpiece processed to a smooth process.
Tapping: refers to the process of machining internal threads on the workpiece.
Leveling: use other processing equipment to smooth the work piece, so that the workpiece is smooth before and after processing.
Punching and tearing: also known as "punching bridge", refers to the punch or hydraulic press with a mold to form the workpiece like a bridge shape process.
Drilling: the process of drilling holes in a drill or milling machine with a drill bit.
Pull mother: refer to similar riveting process. The process of connecting the rivet nut (POP) and other connectors firmly to the workpiece by means of a pull gun.
Chamfer: refers to the process of using the mould, file and grinding machine to process the sharp corners of the workpiece.
Punching mesh hole: means punching holes in a common punch or punch press with a die.
Bending: the process of bending the workpiece with a bending machine.
Offset printing: refers to the process of stamping words, symbols or other imprints on the workpiece with a mold.
Punching convex hull: the process of forming the convex shape of the workpiece in the punch or hydraulic press mold.
Riveting: refers to the process of pressing the riveting nut firmly onto the workpiece by means of a punch or an oil press after sinking the workpiece.
Sunk hole: refers to the process of machining tapered holes on the workpiece in order to fit a kind of connector like countersunk head screw.
Above is the sheet metal processing technical terms, through the above introduction, I believe that we have a deeper understanding of sheet metal processing.