What are the Common Processing Methods for Sheet Metal Processing?

As a Sheet Metal CNC Bending Processing Supplier, share it with you.
The process of using various equipment to change the shape of sheet metal is
called sheet metal processing, and the main processes are sheet metal shearing,
bending forming, welding, riveting, etc. Parts that can also be processed by
stamping, bending, stretching, etc., we can use it to perform a series of
treatments on metal.
Common treatment:
Small Batch Sheet Metal Stamping
Small Batch Sheet Metal Stamping
1. Metal marking
Direct part marking is a series of permanent marking techniques on metal, used
for part traceability, industrial parts labeling, decoration or any other
purpose. Marking can be achieved through various techniques, including
engraving, embossing, die-casting, stamping, etching, and grinding.
2. Metal carving
Engraving is a technique mainly used to engrave patterns, words, pictures or
codes on metal surfaces to obtain products with permanent marks, or to use
engraved metal to print and engrave on paper. Engraving mainly uses two
technical means: laser and mechanical engraving. Mechanical engraving can be
done manually, or through a more reliable pantograph or sheet metal processing.
Metal engraving technology can be used for: personalized jewelry, art,
photopolymer laser imaging, industrial marking technology, engraving sports
trophies, printing plate production, etc.
3. Metal stamping
Metal stamping is not a subtractive machining process. It uses molds to fold
metal plates into various shapes. The household utensils we usually come into
contact with, such as pans, soup spoons, cooking pots and plates, are all
stamped. Punches are also used to make ceiling materials, medical equipment,
machine parts and even coins. Its products are widely used in medical,
electronics, electrical, automotive, military, HVAC, pharmaceutical, commercial
and machinery manufacturing industries.
4. Metal grinding
Grinding is the physical grinding of workpieces using cutting tools. It is
usually used to trim rough edges, deburr, polish welds, remove chips, produce
sharp blades, or create unique finished appearances for metal parts. Generally,
grinding is the last operation after a part is engraved, stamped, etched or any
other form of sheet metal processing.
Our company also has Small Batch Sheet Metal Stamping on sale, welcome to
contact us.
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As a Sheet Metal CNC Bending Processing Supplier, share it with you.
The process of using various equipment to change the shape of sheet metal is called sheet metal processing, and the main processes are sheet metal shearing, bending forming, welding, riveting, etc. Parts that can also be processed by stamping, bending, stretching, etc., we can use it to perform a series of treatments on metal.
Common treatment:
Small Batch Sheet Metal Stamping
Small Batch Sheet Metal Stamping
1. Metal marking
Direct part marking is a series of permanent marking techniques on metal, used for part traceability, industrial parts labeling, decoration or any other purpose. Marking can be achieved through various techniques, including engraving, embossing, die-casting, stamping, etching, and grinding.
2. Metal carving
Engraving is a technique mainly used to engrave patterns, words, pictures or codes on metal surfaces to obtain products with permanent marks, or to use engraved metal to print and engrave on paper. Engraving mainly uses two technical means: laser and mechanical engraving. Mechanical engraving can be done manually, or through a more reliable pantograph or sheet metal processing.
Metal engraving technology can be used for: personalized jewelry, art, photopolymer laser imaging, industrial marking technology, engraving sports trophies, printing plate production, etc.
3. Metal stamping
Metal stamping is not a subtractive machining process. It uses molds to fold metal plates into various shapes. The household utensils we usually come into contact with, such as pans, soup spoons, cooking pots and plates, are all stamped. Punches are also used to make ceiling materials, medical equipment, machine parts and even coins. Its products are widely used in medical, electronics, electrical, automotive, military, HVAC, pharmaceutical, commercial and machinery manufacturing industries.
4. Metal grinding
Grinding is the physical grinding of workpieces using cutting tools. It is usually used to trim rough edges, deburr, polish welds, remove chips, produce sharp blades, or create unique finished appearances for metal parts. Generally, grinding is the last operation after a part is engraved, stamped, etched or any other form of sheet metal processing.
Our company also has Small Batch Sheet Metal Stamping on sale, welcome to contact us.
Reply to
wdfprecision

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