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Sheet Metal Forming

Learn about Sheet Metal Forming

There are several different sectors benefiting from sheet metal forming. In the car industry, for instance, metal welding is used to build fenders, hoods, and doors. It is also used to build freezers, hoods, and sinks in the home appliance industry.

Jan 27, 2021
CNC Rotary Table

What Is a CNC Rotary Table?

A CNC rotary table is the type of device which is often used for the purpose of precision workpiece positioning. In general, the CNC rotary table is commonly utilized at the machining centers to precisely position the component at the desired angle. This way, the CNC rotary table will have the ability to perform the multi-face operation in a single setup.

Jan 26, 2021
Electrode Forged Grating Welding Machine

Electrode Forged Grating Welding Machine Overview

The electroformed rating panels of an electrode forged grating welding machine are typically manufactured to 6000 millimeters long. The panels are then cut based on spans as per users' requirements. The cut panels are then used for welding banding bars. Other tools like notches and toe plates may be added depending on the drawing requirements.

Jan 25, 2021
straightening sheet metal

What Is Straightening Sheet Metal?

Straightening sheet metal is a process for making the following machining steps going more smoothly. It uses external forces like heat or pressure to reform the sheet metal, making them into the correct formation.

Jan 25, 2021
BLDC Motor

An Introduction to BLDC Motor

The advantages of brushless direct current electric motors over conventional brushed electric motors include high-speed operation, ideal electronic control, low maintenance and equipment longevity, and also the high power-to-weight ratio. Brushless direct current electric motors can be used in a wide variety of applications such as computer peripheral equipment like disk drives, various power tools, and also applications in the aerospace and automotive industry.

Jan 24, 2021
Aluminium Spot Welder

Aluminium Spot Welder: A How-To Guide

Due to its low resistance, a high level of current is required when welding aluminium, even more so than steel of equal thickness by at least two to three times higher. In addition, aluminium tends to degrade the surface of copper electrodes within a small number of welds, meaning that it is hard to achieve stable, high-quality welding for aluminium. For this reason, despite the growing prevalence of aluminium, the use of aluminium spot welding is still quite niched in industries, even though new technologies are emerging to stabilize the quality of aluminium spot welding.

Jan 23, 2021
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