Surface damage of precision profiles is a problem encountered by many CNC precision machining companies. How can we prevent or reduce the surface damage of aluminum profiles? Because the surface damage of aluminum profile will greatly reduce the product rate of aluminum profile and increase the production cost of enterprises, this problem has become a concern of most CNC precision machining companies.
In order to solve the problem of surface damage of aluminum profiles, it is necessary to find out the cause and solution. What causes the surface damage of aluminum profile during CNC precision machining? Let's talk about factors of human and CNC precision machining equipment.
1. Human factors causing surface damage of aluminum profiles in CNC precision machining
It mainly refers to the damage caused by some unfamiliar operators dragging the profile on the swing bed. There is also improper placement of aluminum profiles during transportation, causing the profiles to rub against or squeeze each other to form damage.
2. Factors that cause damage to the surface of aluminum profiles by CNC precision machining
If the damage is caused by the processing equipment, it is not ruled out that the mold cavity or the work has dust and debris, which makes the hardness of the work belt low, and causes the aluminum profile to be scratched during the extrusion process.
If there are aluminum chips on the CNC precision machining track or swing bed, the chips may also cause scratches on the surface of the aluminum profile and affect the yield.
There are many factors that affect the surface scratches of aluminum profiles by CNC precision machining, so how should we deal with them?
For the damage caused by human factors, we should strengthen the management of personnel. Aluminum profiles need to be handled with care to avoid random dragging. Regarding the problems in the machining process, CNC Electromechanical recommends that you regularly check the CNC precision machining track and swing bed to remove impurities and aluminum chips. Leave a gap in the middle when placing it, and lay more felt. Prevent collision and friction.