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What is the processing technology of Taiyida punch?


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2024-02-04

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What is the processing technology of Taiyida punch? The typical processing technology of Taiyida punch mainly includes blanking and forming. The blanking process, also known as the material separation process, refers to the separation of processed materials by shearing along a closed or unclosed contour under the action of an external force.

What is the processing technology of Taiyida punch?

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The typical processing technology of Taiyida punch mainly includes blanking and forming. The blanking process, also known as the material separation process, refers to the separation of processed materials by shearing along a closed or unclosed contour under the action of an external force. The blanking process can not only directly stamp the finished parts, but also prepare blanks for the next steps of bending, stretching, and forming.

Generally, the blanking process can be divided into the following four modes:

⑴ Single punch. Punching is done at once, including linear distribution, arc distribution, circumferential distribution and grid hole punching.

(2) Continuous stamping in the same direction. Rectangular molds can be partially overlapped to process long holes, trim, etc. When this blanking mode is used, the overlapping of the dies during the blanking process will cause the blanking load to deviate from the center of the die (eccentric load), which will cause torsional deformation of the machine tool structure, and may damage the die in severe cases. Therefore, when the large aperture and large load blanking are carried out on the thick plate, the overlap of the mold should be reduced as much as possible to reduce the eccentric load.

3) Multi-directional continuous punching. This is a processing method that uses a small mold to process large holes, which can increase the flexibility of the machine tool and expand the processing range of the mold. In order to use this blanking mode, it is usually necessary to rotate the punch at different angles through the rotating station, and to coordinate with the positioning movement of the feed mechanism in the XOY plane.

4) Man-eating Blank. This is a common processing mode, which uses a small circular die to continuously blunt arcs or splines in one small step. Due to the use of small circles for fitting, the contour accuracy and cross-sectional quality are usually not high, and the cutting efficiency is low. When the stamping size is large and the number is large, it is recommended to use a special stamping die.

Currently, there are three main types of master servo drive configurations. These three forms of institutions are technically mature, have their own characteristics, and have a large market share.

⑴ The representative model of the crank slider mechanism driven by dual motors is the EM2510NT Taiyida punch press of AMADA company in Japan. The dual motors are symmetrically arranged on both sides of the fuselage, which is compact and compact, which can ensure sufficient torque output of the crankshaft and obtain higher stamping frequency.

⑵ The representative model of crank toggle mechanism is the MOTORUM-2048LT Taiyida punch of Japan MURATEC Company. Although the structure is relatively complex, it can reduce the load torque of the servo motor by using the unique force-increasing characteristics of the crank toggle mechanism. The crank rotates once and the slider moves up and down twice, which can achieve higher stamping frequency.

⑶ The representative model of the crank slider mechanism driven by a single water-cooled high-torque servo motor is the EP series and H series all-electric servo Taiyida punch presses of Jiangsu Yangli CNC Machine Tool Co., Ltd. The dual-motor drive has no synchronous control problem and has higher mechanical efficiency., Better stability and reliability, and high cost performance.