Introduction to the working principle of the punch

Introduction to the working principle of the punching machine

  Electronics, communication and other industries often use punching presses. This equipment can punch, form, deepen, and trim the plates to process the plates. Into the shape we need. Although many users often use this device, they don’t know how it works. For this reason, the editor introduces its working principle in detail, let’s take a look at the following introduction!
The design principle of    punch press is to convert circular motion into linear motion. The main motor generates power to drive the flywheel, and the clutch drives the gear, crankshaft (or eccentric gear), connecting rod, etc. , To achieve the linear motion of the slider, the motion from the main motor to the connecting rod is a circular motion.
   There needs to be a transition point for circular motion and linear motion between    connecting rod and slider. There are roughly two mechanisms in its design, one is spherical and the other is Pin type (cylindrical type), through this mechanism, the circular motion is converted into the linear motion of the slider. The punch presses the material to deform it plastically to obtain the required shape and precision. Therefore, it must be matched with a set of molds (upper mold and lower mold), the material is placed in between, and the machine applies pressure to deform it , The reaction force caused by the force applied to the material during processing is absorbed by the machine body.
   punching machine operates by the above-mentioned principle. During use, it has good rigidity, high precision, reliable performance, and safe operation. It can fully realize automatic production with low cost and high efficiency. All users are welcome.

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