The Components' Hardness Requirements For Precision CNC Machining

- Mar 09, 2020-

At present, metal processing or hardware processing has specialized machinery and equipment, which is much more convenient in workmanship and much faster than manual work. If there is any mechanical equipment, the amount of manual work cannot keep up with the current development. ,


     When precision machining is performed, if the selected material is not strong enough, it may cause the processed parts to fail to meet the requirements of the use of mechanical equipment. Because of this, when processing, it is necessary to clearly understand the relevant material requirements. Happening!

 

     If it is a metal material, then it depends on its hardness. Among many metal materials, stainless steel is the hardest, while cast iron is slightly inferior. Copper has a hardness below cast iron, and aluminum It is the lowest, so if the workpiece requires high hardness, stainless steel should be selected, and if the requirement is low, aluminum should be selected.


 1. First of all, we must understand the hardness requirements. The higher the hardness requirements of the components used in some places, the better. However, this is generally only the hardness requirement when processing the workpiece. If it is a processing material, then the hardness Generally cannot be too hard, otherwise it may cause the material to be too hard and affect the normal work of the machine.


2. Then, it depends on the specific role of the processed parts. If it is used in some high-temperature resistant industries, the selected material must be a high-temperature resistant material and used in some other industries. Select the appropriate material according to industry requirements.


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