1. Material cutting: refers to a process in which material is passed through shears to form a rectangular workpiece. The company uses CNC shearing machines to process net sizes and blanks. This is low-demand workpiece processing. Process engineers must use this process for production, and the processing cost is low.
2. Digital stamping: refers to the stamping operation of a CNC stamping machine. Usually programming is required. Usually, the surface of the digital stamping circuit is used as the direction of the front of the part to be machined. Good materials, quantity can be processed at one time.
3. Laser cutting: refers to the process where a workpiece is cut and cut with a laser. The processing cost is high and process engineers need to use the process less.
4. Punching on a cutting machine: refers to the process of using an electric machine to cut the grinding wheel for punching. It's not very difficult and most of them are profile cuts. This process has certain processing security risks. Process Engineers Use this process sparingly.
5. Saw material: This refers to the process of cutting materials with a saw machine. It is not very difficult, and most of them are cutting profile materials.
6. Die-cutting: refers to the process of processing molds on conventional punching machines or other equipment to obtain the shape of a product. 7. Stamping: refers to the process by which the workpiece is processed by conventional punching machines and molds.
8. Bending: refers to a process in which a workpiece is formed on a bending machine. Our company uses CNC bending machines and related bending molds to test the machine, set up the machine, and do the first inspection before production. If there is any special need, the process engineer can explain.
9. Stamping: This refers to the installation of special molds with conventional punching machines to bend small and simple workpieces.
10. Molding: Refers to the process of using a mold to deform a workpiece on a conventional die or other equipment.
11. Pull Hole: Also called "flange", refers to the process of using a mold to form a round hole in a workpiece on a conventional punch or other equipment and turning it. Our company refers to the stretching process, which uses a common punch and a special mold to increase the thickness of the thread. The process engineer must specify the diameter and number of holes in detail.
12. Drilling: refers to the operation of drilling with a drilling machine. When digital stamping and conventional stamping are inconvenient to process, a little manual processing is done. The method of marking the outer stamping points is commonly used. to locate the drill. Manufacturing engineers need to use this process less.
13. Die plate drilling: firstly refers to the processing of a template with multiple punches, and then to performing batch drilling by positioning.
14. Threading: refers to the process of machining internal threads on a workpiece.
15. Reaming: refers to the process of turning a small hole in a workpiece into a large hole using a drill or cutter.
16. Countersunk hole: refers to the process of machining a tapered hole in a workpiece to match a connecting piece such as a countersunk screw. Our company recommends using a drilling machine, using a suitable drill (90 degrees, 120 degrees), and using countersunk screws to interview on site for actual matching. Generally, the plane of the countersunk screws should be flush with the countersunk hole surface of the workpiece and the production of the buyer should use the actual matching method.
17. Pressure riveting: refers to the process of firmly pressing fasteners such as rivet nuts, rivet screws or rivet nuts onto a workpiece using a punch or hydraulic press. Usually, the loading direction of rivet parts is in line with the burr direction, so that riveting parts can be loaded smoothly, otherwise the manufacturer must inform in time.
18. Blind rivet: refers to the process of first dipping the workpiece, and then using a punch or hydraulic press to firmly crimp the nut of the rivet on the workpiece.
19. Pull Mother: refers to using a similar riveting process. The process of firmly connecting fasteners such as rivet nuts (POP) to the workpiece using a puller.
20. Riveting: Refers to the process of using a riveting gun as a tool to tightly join two or more workpieces with a rivet.
21. Riveting: The process of joining two or more workpieces face to face using rivets.
22. Convex punching: refers to the process of forming a convex shape of a workpiece with a mold on a punching machine or hydraulic press.
23. Stamping and tearing: also called "bridge stamping", refers to the process of forming a blank into the shape of a bridge using a mold on a punching machine or hydraulic press.
24. Stamping: Refers to the process of using a mold to stamp text, symbols, or other impressions into a workpiece.
25. Corner cutting: refers to the process of cutting the corners of workpieces using molds on punch presses or hydraulic presses.
26. Mesh hole punching: refers to punching a mesh hole on a workpiece with a mold on a conventional punching machine or a CNC punching machine.
27. Flattening: refers to the process of changing to a flat workpiece of a certain shape.
28. Drilling: Refers to the process of using a drill to punch through a workpiece on a drilling machine or milling machine.
29. Chamfering: Refers to the process of using moulds, files, grinders, etc. to work on sharp corners on workpieces.
30. Leveling: Refers to the process of using other equipment to level the workpiece if the workpiece is not flat before and after processing.
31. Restoring a tooth: refers to the process of restoring the second thread of a pre-cut workpiece.
32. Protective film pasting: refers to the process of protecting the surface of the workpiece with a film that can protect the surface of the workpiece.
33. Tear off the protective film: refers to the process of cleaning the protective film on the surface of the workpiece.
34. Shape Correction: Refers to the process of correcting a workpiece that has been machined and formed.
35. Heat Shrink: Refers to the process of using heating equipment (heat gun, oven) to shrink the plastic covering the work piece.
36. Labeling: Refers to the process of attaching labels to specific positions on blanks.
37. Wire drawing: refers to the process of using a wire drawing machine and an abrasive belt to finish the surface of a workpiece.
38. Polishing: Refers to the process of using polishing equipment to bring a shine to the surface of a workpiece.
39. Heat treatment: refers to a special treatment process to increase the hardness of the workpiece.
40. Deburring: Refers to the process of removing burrs from a workpiece using tools such as grinders and files while working the sheet metal of the workpiece to make the workpiece part smooth and flat.Sheet metal working terminology 41-50
41. Argon spot welding: refers to the operation of spot welding with an argon welding machine, which refers to a process applied in high quality welding. A process engineer must complete solder joints for several years when the process requires requirements. , normal spot welding distance between 30-50mm.
42. Full argon welding: refers to the use of an argon welding machine for full welding, which refers to a process applied when the quality requirements of welding and grinding are high. Welding requirements must be explained, and must be without deformation after complete welding.
43. Butt welding: Also known as "spot welding", refers to the process of face to face welding and joining workpieces with a butt welding machine. Our company uses spot welding with butt welding machine, which is a flash butt welding machine, and the process engineer must give priority to the use of this process when doing the process.
44.Second spot welding: refers to the operation of spot welding using a carbon dioxide shielded welding machine. It refers to a process applied when welding quality requirements are common. The requirements for the number of points, the normal distance of spot welding between 30 -50 mm.
45. Secondary spot welding: refers to the use of a carbon dioxide shielded welding machinegas for full welding and refers to the process applied when welding quality requirements are common. For illustration, there should be no deformation after full welding.
46. Factory Welding: Also known as seed welding, refers to the process of firmly welding factory welding screws to a work piece using a factory welding torch.
47. Welding and Grinding: Basically refers to the process of using tools such as grinders and files to make welds on a workpiece smooth and flat. Our company belongs to the operation of grinding welding workpieces by manual electric grinding. For workpieces with high requirements for electroplating and spraying, special grinding wheels (sandpaper sheets) / No. 120 should be specified.
48. Pretreatment: Refers to the process of degreasing and removing rust from a workpiece with an electrolytic solution, and applying a film (such as a phosphating film) to the surface of the workpiece and cleaning it after finishing sheet metal processing. and before the painting or powder coating process.
49. Dust Scraping: Refers to the process of using atomic ash to eliminate imperfections on the surface of a workpiece, such as welding gaps or pits.
50. Dust scraping and grinding: mainly refers to the process of polishing the workpiece surface after dust is scraped off with a flat grinder or emery cloth. Our company refers to the repair process, which uses a pneumatic flat grinder to eliminate dust on the workpiece. Usually, only the repair process requires a grinding and dust elimination process, which is consistent.Sheet metal working terminology 51-60
51. Paint Spraying: Refers to the process of using a special airbrush to evenly spray paint onto the surface of a workpiece.
52. Spray: Since the company is an automatic assembly line, only the spray color number is currently specified in the process. One type of blank requires two color numbers. This needs to be explained and the performance of the coating should (outdoor, indoor, coarse/fine orange) grit, coarse/medium/fine grit, flat light, photometric number).
53. Spray Thread Protector: Refers to a type of rubber sleeve specially used to protect the threads of nuts, screws and nuts. It can also be masking tape, high temperature tape or protective sleeve. The pipeline takes care of this protection.
54.Spray conductive protection: refers to the protection of certain areas with high-temperature adhesive tape. If such a requirement exists, the process engineer must write a special description of the process. The pipeline takes care of this protection.
55. Silkscreen: refers to the process of using special inks to penetrate a special mesh to formcharacters or patterns on the surface of the workpiece. To be free of defects, a number of checks are required, such as adhesion, resistance to organic solvents, color difference and fonts.
56. Electrogalvanizing: refers to the process of applying a layer of metal to the surface of a workpiece in order to protect or add aesthetic appeal to the workpiece. The company refers to a kind of outsourced production carried out by the planning department after the factory has qualified the iron blanks to be galvanized. The company usually requires blue and white zinc plating with 8UM film thickness and neutral salt. spray test more than 48 hours is bad.
57. Nickel plating: refers to the process of applying a layer of metal to the surface of a workpiece for the purpose of protecting or aesthetically pleasing the workpiece. Our company belongs to a kind of outsourced production carried out by the planning department after the factory has qualified copper bar blanks to be plated with nickel. The company usually requires brilliant nickel plating and accelerated salt spray copper fog test for more than 8 hours without defects.
58. Oxidation: refers to the process of forming an oxide film on the surface of a workpiece for the purpose of protecting or aesthetically pleasing the workpiece.
59. Sandblasting: refers to the process of sandblasting the surface of a workpiece with a sandblasting machine.
60. Assembly: refers to the process of assembling two or more pieces together. As for the assembly of structural sheet metal parts, in principle, the assembly is responsible for the insertion of large painted parts and housings.Sheet metal terminology 61-71
61. Packaging: refers to the process of protecting the workpiece and facilitating transportation.
62. The surface of the digital stamping circuit is the front side: in the future, you need to use the circuit surface as the front side when the process drawing is required. When the symmetrical parts need to unify the direction of the burr, do not directly use the chart surface as the reverse side. Follow-up process engineers. It must be improved, and similar problems found in production should be reported in a timely manner.
63. Glitch up, burr: In the future, the process drawing quantity is required to be described in the technical requirements, and if found in production, it should be reported in a timely manner for improvement.
64. Push riveting down, push riveting up: Further, the process drawing quantity is required to be explained in the technical requirements, and if found in production, it should be reported and improved in a timely manner.
65. Countersink up, counterbore down: In the future, specifications should be included in the process drawing quantity specification.whether it is found in production, it should be reported and improved in a timely manner.
66.Programming: It refers to the processing procedure using the equipment manufacturer's programming software to process the stamping sequence and die processing on a special computer with a CAD file of the technology department. Generally, the least amount of punches and edge trimming are required. Generally speaking, it must be aligned to ensure the normal operation of the machine.
67. Drilling Tool: Refers to the mold plate that needs to be installed with manual drilling, which should be taken into account by the process engineer when doing the production process.
68. Welding tools: refers to the technical requirements such as welding size, angle, position, space size, etc., which must be considered by the process engineer when making the product.
69. Conductive protective tool spraying: refers to a large spray protection area, which can be sprayed with iron plates and fixed installation methods. It can only be used when moving a large number of workpieces.
70. Assembly Tools/Inspection Tools: During assembly, in order to ensure that the size used by the customer is not set incorrectly, when the customer responds, we must conduct a full inspection of the size and screws used by the customer during assembly. For example, the distance between mounting holes 19 inches. The process engineer must take this into account when performing the process.
71. Bending and control fixture: refers to serial and complex workpieces, which should be taken into account by the process engineer in the manufacture of the technological process.