Workpiece requirements for hydraulic shears Release time: 2018-10-31 17:22
The first important thing to consider is the part you want to produce. The main point is to buy a hydraulic shearing machine that can complete the processing task with the shortest worktable and the smallest tonnage.
Carefully consider the material grade as well as the maximum processing thickness and length. If most of the work is a low gauge steel with a thickness of 16 gauge and a maximum length of 10 feet, then the free bending force need not be greater than 50 tons.
Well, assuming that the thickest material is 1/4 inch, 10 feet of free bending requires 165 tons, and bottomed die bending (corrected bending) requires at least 600 tons. If most parts are 5 feet or shorter, the tonnage is almost halved, which greatly reduces the purchase cost. Part length is important to determine the specifications of a new machine.