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  • Release time:2023-06-25 08:31:07
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Tool forming machining is a special machining process that involves machining metal materials into various shapes of cutting tools to meet the processing needs of different workpieces. Tool forming processing is widely used in automotive manufacturing, aerospace, mechanical processing, and other industrial fields.

The process of tool forming usually includes steps such as design, mold making, material selection, cutting and surface treatment.

Firstly, tool forming processing involves design, and designers need to determine the shape, size, and material of the tool based on the needs and processing requirements of the workpiece. Designers need to consider factors such as the material characteristics of the workpiece, processing methods, and processing accuracy requirements to determine the design scheme of the cutting tool.

According to the design plan, the mold master will proceed with the production of the mold. During the mold production process, it is necessary to select suitable materials and use CNC machining equipment for processing to ensure the accuracy and quality of the mold. The quality of mold production directly affects the effectiveness of subsequent cutting and the lifespan of cutting tools, so mold masters need to have good processing skills and experience.

After the mold is made, it is necessary to select suitable materials for tool forming processing. Different tool materials have different mechanical and chemical properties, and suitable materials can be selected based on the material and processing requirements of the workpiece. Commonly used tool materials include high-speed steel, hard alloy, ceramics, etc.

Cutting is a key step in tool forming processing. Cutting processing includes various methods such as turning, milling, drilling, and grinding, and suitable cutting methods can be selected based on the geometric shape and processing requirements of the workpiece. Cutting processing requires the use of specialized equipment and tools, such as lathes, milling machines, drilling machines, and grinding machines. During cutting, it is necessary to control the feed speed, cutting depth, and cutting speed of the cutting tool to ensure machining quality and efficiency.

After the cutting process is completed, the tool needs to undergo surface treatment to improve its service life and cutting performance. Common surface treatment methods include nitriding, coating, and grinding. Nitriding is a method of heat treating cutting tools in an ammonia environment, which can improve their hardness and wear resistance. Coating is the application of special coating materials on the surface of cutting tools to improve their corrosion resistance and friction performance. Grinding is the use of grinding abrasives to polish and polish cutting tools to improve their surface finish and dimensional accuracy.

In short, tool forming is an important processing technology that can meet the processing needs of different workpieces. The success of tool forming processing requires close cooperation among designers, mold masters, and processing masters, as well as the support of advanced equipment and technology. With the continuous development of industry and technological progress, tool forming processing will have broader application prospects.


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