Every industry has its own terminology, and sheet metal processing is no exception. The following 25 are common.
(1) riveting compression: refers to the process of firmly pressing riveting nuts, riveting screws or riveting nut columns and other fasteners on the workpiece by means of presses or hydraulic presses.
(2) riveting: refers to the process of first sinking the workpiece into the hole and then firmly pressing the rivet nut onto the workpiece with a punch or hydraulic press.
(3) pull mother: refers to a process similar to riveting. The process of firmly connecting riveting nuts (POP) and other connectors to the workpiece with a master gun.
(4) riveting: refers to the process in which two or more workpieces are closely connected by riveting with a riveter as a tool.
(5) riveting: the process of connecting two or more workpieces face to face with rivets. In case of countersunk riveting, the workpiece shall be immersed first.
(6) cutting Angle: refers to the process of removing the workpiece Angle by using the mould on the press or oil press.
(7) bending: refers to the process of forming workpiece by bending machine.
(8) forming: refers to the process of using molds to deform workpieces on ordinary presses or other equipment.
(9) cutting material: refers to the process of obtaining rectangular workpieces of materials through the cutting machine.
(10) blanking: refers to the process of cutting the workpiece by LASER cutting or CNC punching machine.
(11) blanking: refers to the process of using molds to obtain the shape of products on ordinary punching machines or other equipment.
(12) punching: refers to the process in which the workpiece is processed by ordinary punching machine and die.
(13) percussion punch: refers to the process of forming the workpiece into a convex shape by using a mould in a press or oil press.
(14) impact tearing: also known as "impact bridge", it refers to the process of forming the workpiece into the shape of a bridge by moulding the workpiece in a press or oil press.
(15) hole extraction: also called "flanging", it refers to the process of turning the edge of a round hole on a workpiece by using a mould on a common punching machine or other equipment. Process.
(16) tapping: refers to the process of producing the inner thread on the workpiece.
(17) leveling: refers to the process in which the workpiece is not smooth before and after processing, and the workpiece is leveled with other equipment.
(18) tooth return: refers to the process of repairing the second screw tooth on the workpiece that has the tooth attacked in advance.
(19) drilling: refers to the process of drilling a workpiece with a bit on a drilling or milling machine.
(20) chamfering: refers to the process of machining the sharp corners of workpieces by using molds, files, and grinding machines.
(21) imprint lithography: refers to the process of using a mold to print words, symbols or other imprints on the workpiece.
(22) countersunk hole: refers to the process of producing tapered hole on the workpiece in order to fit the joint like countersunk head screw.
(23) flattening: refers to the process of transition from a workpiece with a certain shape to a flat workpiece.
(24) meshing hole: refers to the hole in which the workpiece is punched out of the mesh with a die on a conventional or nc punch or punch.
(25) hole reaming: refers to the process of using a drill or a milling cutter to turn a small hole in the workpiece into a large hole.
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