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About Sheet Metal Punching
Punching is a metal fabricating process that removes a scrap slug from the metal workpiece. This process leaves a hole in the metal workpiece. The punching process forces a steel punch made of hardened steel into and through a workpiece. The punch diameter determines the size of the hole created in the workpiece.
Advantages of Sheet Metal Fabrication.
- Various materials can be used, and all are classified as sheet metal. The types of metal include stainless steel, mild steel, brass, aluminum, etc.
- Flexibility in the design options for sheet metal, which allows for more custom configurations.
- Sheet metal fabrications are extra strong since metal is more robust and harder than plastic material used in plastic fabrication.
- Sheet metal fabrications are more heat resistant because metals have high melting points. Therefore, with slight temperature increases, metal is not easily degradable.
- More cost-effective and cost-efficient in mass production.
It appears to be the most accurate way to treat any demanding and intricate shape.
Parts processed through punching are powerful, stiff and weigh light. They possess such excellent finishing features as painting, coat surfacing, powder coating, electroplating.
This process is fast, demands considerably little labour as well as machine operation. It is considered to be the most cost-efficient technique accessible to form metals in large quantities.
Moxperts offer a wide variety of certified metal and plastic materials for rapid protopypes made of sheet metals.
Typically used on stainless and carbon steel and is often used as a preliminary step before painting to remove impurities and improve adhesion.