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What are the classifications of processing methods for precision metal stamping parts

    What are the classifications of processing methods for precision metal stamping parts
    Many things, its methods are divided into many kinds, can be better for us to choose, can be for our choice, we can choose our own suitable according to our actual situation, precision metal stamping parts processing is also the same, So what are the several methods for processing precision metal stamping parts?
    Precision metal stamping parts
    The machining process of precision metal stamping parts includes turning, milling, planing, grinding, tongs, stamping, casting and other methods.
    Stamping: Stamping selects pre-made molds and uses a punch for cold punching processing, mainly for sheet metal processing, that is, most of the processed materials are plates, and the processing efficiency is relatively high and suitable for mass production.
    The processing process of fine precision metal stamping parts is divided into engineering molds and continuous molds. Engineering molds are also called single punching dies. Some more complex parts require several sets of molds, and the continuous molds are used in the mold cavity to disassemble the shape of the product. Separate several parts in a mold, so that one stroke of the punch is a product. The high-speed continuous press can process three to four hundred products per minute.
    Lathes: Lathes for processing precision metal stamping parts are classified as fine processing machinery, which can be divided into ordinary lathes, automatic lathes, instrument lathes and computer lathes. It uses the turning tool to perform radial or axial processing by clamping the material and performing reverse movement.
    Now automatic lathes and computer lathes are more and more widely used. Since both of these are fully automatic processing, the accuracy error caused by human operation is reduced to the lowest point, and the processing speed is fast, which is used for mass production. Most of the current computer lathes are equipped with side reversal tools and reverse reversal tools, which means that the lathe can also be milled.