How to classify stainless steel shrapnel for metal stamping manufacturers

How to classify stainless steel shrapnel for metal stamping manufacturers
 Hardware processing flow chart_precision hardware manufacturers_hardware manufacturers will show you the classification of stainless steel shrapnel: stainless steel shrapnel should have high elastic limit, fatigue limit, impact toughness and good heat treatment performance. Commonly used are carbon shrapnel steel and alloy Shrapnel steel, stainless shrapnel steel, copper alloy, nickel alloy and rubber, etc. There are two production methods of shrapnel: cold rolling method and hot rolling method. Commonly used cold-rolling method for shrapnel wire with a diameter of less than 8 mm, and hot-rolling method for those larger than 8 mm. Some stainless steel shrapnels need to be subjected to strong pressure or shot peening after they are made to improve the load-bearing capacity of the shrapnels.
Stainless steel shrapnel
Stainless steel shrapnel is distinguished according to the nature of the force. Springs can be divided into extension springs, compression springs, torsion springs and bending springs; according to their shapes, they can be divided into disc springs, ring springs, leaf springs, spiral springs, truncated cone scroll springs and Torsion bar spring, etc. Ordinary cylindrical springs can be produced in various types according to the load conditions because they are relatively easy to manufacture, with simple structure and wide applications.
Stainless steel shrapnel
The ratio of load to deformation of stainless steel shrapnel is called shrapnel stiffness. The greater the stiffness, the harder the shrapnel. According to the nature of the force, the shrapnel can be divided into stretch shrapnel, compression shrapnel, torsion shrapnel and curved shrapnel. According to the shape, it can be divided into dish-shaped shrapnel, ring shrapnel, plate shrapnel, spiral shrapnel, truncated cone scroll shrapnel and torsion bar shrapnel, etc. .