Surface treatment process of metal stamping parts
Generally, the processing of metal stamping parts requires relatively high strength and toughness in actual work. Its working performance and service life are closely related to its surface performance. The improvement of surface performance cannot be achieved solely by materials. It is very uneconomical, but in actual processing, the performance must be up to standard. At this time, surface treatment technology is needed, which can often achieve a multiplier effect. In recent years, this technology has also been developed rapidly. Mold polishing technology is a very important link in the field of mold surface treatment, and it is also an important process in the process of workpiece processing. The surface treatment process of metal stamping parts is very important in the processing process, so what are the surface treatment processes of metal parts processing?
Metal stamping parts
It is worth reminding that the mold surface polishing work of metal stamping parts processing is not only affected by the process and polishing equipment, but also by the mirror surface of the part material, which is not obtained in the current processing. Enough attention, this also shows that polishing itself is affected by the material. Although the processing technology to improve the surface performance of precision parts is constantly innovated and upgraded, the most commonly used in the processing of metal stamping parts is mainly hardened film deposition, nitriding and carburizing technologies.
Metal stamping parts
Because the nitriding technology can obtain a very high level of surface performance, and the nitriding technology has a very high consistency with the quenching process of steel in hardware processing, and the nitriding temperature is very low, so after the nitriding technology Nitrogen technology does not require intense cooling processes, so the deformation of metal stamping parts will be very small. Therefore, nitriding technology is also one of the earliest technologies used to strengthen the surface performance during the processing of metal parts. The most widely used.