Sheet metal processing steps

Generally, the three most important steps of a sheet metal factory are cutting, punching/cutting and folding.

Sheet metal is sometimes used as sheet metal. The word comes from the English sheet metal. Generally, some metal sheets are plastic deformed by hand or die stamping to form the desired shape and size, and can be further welded or a small amount of mechanical processing to form more complex parts, such as chimney, tin stove, and car shell, which are commonly used in families.

Sheet metal processing is called sheet metal processing. For example, making chimney, iron bucket, oil tank, ventilation pipe, elbow reducer, round place, funnel shape, etc. with plates, the main process is cutting, bending, forming, welding, riveting, etc., which requires a certain amount of geometric knowledge.

Sheet metal parts are sheet metal parts, which can be processed by stamping, bending, stretching and other means. A general definition is-

Parts with constant thickness during processing The corresponding parts are casting parts, forging parts, machined parts, etc. For example, the iron shell outside the car is a sheet metal part, and some kitchen utensils made of stainless steel are also sheet metal parts.