Technical indicators in the process of stainless steel wire mesh manufacturing
From the perspective of safety, in the drawing process, the drawing stress applied to the drawing area of the drawn wire unit at the outlet of the die is suitable. In order to make the metal deformed in the mold hole, the pull-out stress must be greater than the deformation resistance of the metal in the deformed area of the die hole; and in order to avoid the stainless steel wire from the die hole after the deformation is attenuated or broken, so damage to the steady processing During the process, the drawing stress must be less than the bending limit of the drawn stainless steel wire after the ejection hole, and only in this way can the safety of the stainless steel wire be produced.
From the analysis of industrial processing conditions, stainless steel wire that has undergone cold drawing can initiate superficial hardening deformation, and its flexing limit is close to its strength limit. This type of process is used in the middle of production, because this successful realization of the stainless steel wire drawing process The conditions must be applied to strict coefficient standards in order to accurately grasp the precision of the production process. During the drawing process, the degree of safety may not exceed the maximum limit. The stainless steel wire after the hole is ejected may be exposed to thinning or breaking after the deformation, because the technician must master this process. The production of stainless steel wire is actually not complicated. Because there is basically a set of implementation procedures that are agreed to be common, it is just a matter of detail that cannot be overlooked in the process of processing. Therefore, the above mentioned problems will only be revealed.