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Working principle of slow wire processing

 Slow wire walking, also called low-speed wire walking, is a kind of CNC machining machine tool that uses continuously moving fine metal wire as an electrode to pulse spark discharge on the workpiece to generate a high temperature of over 6000 degrees, ablate metal and cut into a workpiece. The principle of wire processing is the phenomenon that there is a gap between the wire electrode and the workpiece, and the metal is removed by continuous discharge. Since the slow-moving wire cutting machine adopts the method of wire electrode continuous feeding, that is, the wire electrode is processed during the movement, so even if the wire electrode is worn out, it can be continuously supplemented, so it can improve the machining accuracy of the parts and slow the wire. The surface roughness of the workpiece processed by the cutting machine can usually reach Ra=0.8μm and above, and the roundness error, linear error and dimensional error of the slow-moving wire cutting machine are much better t

How Do Cnc Swiss Machines Work

How Do Cnc Swiss Machines Work Save 0 What Is Swiss Machine –The full name of the walking CNC lathe, it can also be called the spindle box mobile CNC automatic lathe, the economical turning and milling compound machine tool or the slitting lathe. It belongs to precision machining equipment, which can complete compound  machining such as turning, milling, drilling, boring, tapping, and engraving at one time. It is mainly used for batch  machining of precision hardware and special-shaped shafts. This machine tool first originated in Germany and Switzerland. In the early stage, it was mainly used for precision machining of military equipment. With the continuous development and expansion of industrialization, due to the urgent needs of the market, it was gradually applied to the  machining of civilian products; the development of similar machine tools in Japan and South Korea Earlier than China, it was mainly used in the military industry in the early days. After the war, it was gradually

Spring Design Attention And Roll Forming Method

Spring Design Attention And Roll Forming Method The coiling characteristics and methods of springs are divided into cold coiling method and hot coiling method. Cold winding method: When the diameter of the spring wire is less than 8mm, the cold winding method is adopted. High-quality carbon spring steel wire is usually first cold drawn and then heat treated. After winding, it is generally not quenched, but only tempered at low temperature to eliminate the internal stress during winding. Hot-rolling method: Springs with larger diameter (>8mm) spring wire should use hot-rolling method. Hot rolled springs must be quenched and tempered at medium temperature. The Design Process Of Various Springs ·          Installation space: When designing a  compression spring , it is necessary to have a clear understanding of the space required for the installation of the spring, in order to effectively grasp the basic manufacturing conditions of the compression spring, including the outer diam

Analysis of Lubricant Used in Rolling Bearings

As we all know, bearing is a pivotal component in contemporary mechanical equipment. Its main function is to support the mechanical rotating body to reduce the friction coefficient of the mechanical load during the transmission of the equipment. Therefore, it is particularly important to choose a suitable lubricant. So, how should the rolling bearing lubricant be selected, and what are the methods?

The lubricants used in rolling bearings are divided into two types: grease and lubricating oil.

One, grease.

Grease is made by mixing lubricating oil, thickener and additives at high temperature. According to the type of thickener, grease can be divided into calcium-based grease, sodium-based grease, calcium-sodium-based grease, lithium-based grease, aluminum-based grease, and molybdenum disulfide grease.

The main performance indicators of grease are penetration, dropping point, mechanical stability, oxidation stability and corrosion resistance. The choice of grease should be based on the working conditions, temperature and load of the bearing.

Dropping point is generally used to evaluate the high-temperature performance of grease. The actual working temperature of the bearing should be 10-20℃ lower than the dripping point of the grease, and the use temperature of synthetic grease should be lower than 20-30℃. Penetration refers to the hardness or bearing capacity of the grease. Bearings that work under heavy loads should use grease with low penetration. Calcium-based grease is not easy to dissolve in water and is suitable for working environments with humid and high water content. Sodium-based grease is easily soluble in water and is suitable for dry and low-moisture working environments.

Generally, grease is often used in bearings. The advantages of lubricating grease are: high oil film strength; good grease adhesion, not easy to lose, and long use time; simple sealing, which can prevent dust, moisture and other debris from entering the bearing. The disadvantage is: when the speed is higher, the friction loss power is larger.

Insufficient or excessive grease will cause the temperature rise and wear of the bearing to increase during the operation of the bearing, so the filling amount of grease should be moderate. Generally, it is appropriate to fill 1/3 to 1/2 of the space between the bearing and the housing.

Two, lubricants.

lubricants include special mineral oil, vegetable oil and synthetic lubricants.

The performance indicators of lubricating oil include viscosity, viscosity-temperature characteristics, acid value, corrosiveness, flash point, freezing point, etc.

Viscosity: Refers to the frictional resistance of the relative movement of the lubricating oil. The viscosity directly affects the fluidity of the lubricating oil and the ability to form a lubricating oil film between the friction surfaces. Therefore, viscosity is an important basis for choosing lubricating oil.

Bearings working under high speed or high temperature conditions are generally lubricated by oil. The advantages of oil lubrication are: reliable lubrication, low friction coefficient, good cooling and cleaning effects, and a variety of lubrication methods can be used to adapt to different working conditions. The disadvantage is that it requires complicated sealing devices and oil supply equipment.

When the bearing is immersed in oil (oil valley lubrication), the height of the oil level should not exceed the center of the rolling element under *. When the speed is high, drip oil or oil mist lubrication should be used.

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