Medal production plastic molding processing: refers to the high temperature heating of the molded metal to reshape it, which is labor-intensive production.
Plastic forming processing classification:
Forging: It is one of the simplest and oldest metal molding processes to shape metal by beating and extruding under cold working or high-temperature working conditions.
Rolling: The high-temperature metal billet passes through a number of continuous cylindrical rollers, and the rollers pierce the metal into the mold to obtain a preset shape.
Drawing steel wire: A process of drawing metal strips into thin filaments using a series of gradually smaller drawing dies.
Extrusion: A low-cost solid or hollow metal molding process with the same cross-sectional shape for continuous processing, which can be used for high-temperature operation and cold processing.
Impact extrusion: a process for processing small to medium-sized parts that do not require chimney taper. The production is fast, and parts with various wall thicknesses can be processed. The processing cost is low.
Powder metallurgy: a process that can process ferrous metal components as well as non-ferrous metal components. Including the two basic processes of mixing the alloy powder and pressing the mixture into the mold. Metal particles are heated and sintered at high temperature. This process does not require machining, and the utilization rate of raw materials can reach 97%. Different metal powders can be used to fill different parts of the mold.