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What are the advantages of high-speed machining technology in the mold manufacturing industry?

               
Date:2022-11-17 14:27:11 Thursday
Summary: High-speed machining technology is an advanced manufacturing technology in the 21st century, with strong vitality and broad application prospects. Through high-speed cutting technology, a series of problems that are plagued by conventional cutting o......
High-speed machining technology is an advanced manufacturing technology in the 21st century, with strong vitality and broad application prospects. Through high-speed cutting technology, a series of problems that are plagued by conventional cutting of automobile molds can be solved. In recent years, in the United States, Germany, Japan and other industrially developed countries, high-speed machining technology has been widely used in most mold companies, and about 85% of mold EDM processes have been replaced by high-speed machining. High-speed processing technology integrates high efficiency, high quality and low consumption, and has become the mainstream in the international mold manufacturing process.
Through the practical application of high-speed cutting processing technology in the domestic and foreign automobile mold manufacturing industry, high-speed cutting processing technology has the following advantages:
1. High-speed cutting process improves the processing speed
High-speed cutting is used for high-speed cutting of automobile molds at a cutting speed about 10 times higher than that of conventional cutting. Since the excitation frequency of the high-speed machine tool spindle far exceeds the natural frequency range of the "machine tool-tool-workpiece" system, the automotive mold processing process is smooth and shock-free.
2. High production efficiency in high-speed cutting
Using a high-speed machining center or a high-speed milling machine to process the mold can complete the rough and finish machining of the profile and the machining of other parts of the automobile mold in one clamping of the workpiece, which is the so-called "one pass" technology (One Pass Machining). The application of high-speed cutting technology has greatly improved the development speed of automobile molds.