Metal stamping safety issues

First of all, the raw materials processed by metal stamping parts must undergo strict inspections, including thickness and hardness, and must be tested in accordance with relevant standards before entering the warehouse. Secondly, at the beginning of the processing of metal stamping parts, it is necessary to wait for the first part to pass the inspection before entering the production stage. Each process is the same and must pass the first part inspection. In the production process of processing metal stamping parts, it is necessary to strengthen inspections to ensure that no defective products are produced. If the defective products are urgently corrected, the processing of metal stamping parts requires key process inspections and key training of staff to ensure hardware The quality of stamping parts.
1. Relevant training on safe operation of metal stamping
Some employees of metal stamping factories go directly to work without some safety knowledge training, so many operators do not really understand the details of operation safety. People with many years of experience may not realize that there may be some safety issues in some operations. Carry out training from the knowledge of operational safety issues, and ensure safety from standardized operations.
2. Make sure that the materials used meet the safety monitoring requirements when making and processing
In the process of metal stamping, there are some safety hazards that may cause some failures in the production process because the quality of the raw materials used is not up to standard. The hardness of the steel does not match the punching force setting of the punching machine, which causes the steel to be deformed or broken during punching. Cause injury to the safety of the operator. Therefore, we must strictly control the raw materials to avoid the harm caused by bad raw materials.
3. Regular maintenance and inspection of mechanical equipment
Equipment used for too long may also cause safety hazards. The aging of the equipment, the wear and tear of the equipment, and the inspection of equipment failures. These should be checked regularly to ensure that the equipment will not operate normally during operation.