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Three Common Problems In Sheet Metal Machining

Three Common Problems In Sheet Metal MachiningThree Common Problems In Sheet Metal Machining

Sheet metal machining, as a very common technology in our daily life and production, plays a very important role in our lives. Friends who are new to this industry will inevitably have a question that needs to be answered by experienced people. Now, let ’s take a look at the three common questions about sheet metal machining. How do I solve it?
1. What should we pay attention to during the welding process of stainless steel sheet?
For the welding of stainless steel sheet metal parts, sheet metal machining believes that the following points should be noted in specific operations:
A pad should be installed under the metal plate to avoid welding together. In addition, the copper plate has good thermal and electrical conductivity, so a copper back plate can be used to achieve a good soldering effect.
2.What is the linear standard for bending in sheet metal machining?
For bending in sheet metal machining, the linear standard is 0.3-0.5 mm.
Sheet metal machining reminds everyone during the bending process that the bending tolerance is the allowable deviation of the actual parameter value. In addition, for tolerances, the formula is to determine the geometric parameters so that they can be varied within a certain range to meet certain specific requirements.
3. Sheet metal parts. Do they have to be marked after 3D drawing? What are the salient features of metal plates?
Because these two questions are professional issues in this regard, sheet metal machining will give the correct answer.
After drawing 3D graphics, it is not necessary to mark sheet metal parts. If these three views can clearly mark all dimensions of the sheet metal part, no marking is required. As for the salient features of the metal plate, its thickness is consistent in the same part.

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