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口径变形是为什么？ Why is the caliber of the pipe cutter deformed?
在切割不锈钢管的时候，会出现切割管口变形的问题，尤其是薄壁管。 At present, many pipe cutting machine manufacturers have problems with deformation of the cutting nozzle when cutting stainless steel pipes, especially thin-walled pipes. For this reason, many companies have a headache because many pipe cutters on the market cannot completely guarantee that the cutting nozzle will not deform! So, today we will discuss why the nozzle of the pipe cutter is deformed? At the same time, I recommend the secret weapon that cuts no deformation!
We all know that most of the automatic tube cutting machines on the market currently use single oil clip design and multiple cutting design. What problems will this cause? The single oil clip design will cause the tube to be not tightly clamped during clamping and cutting, and the tube will slip, resulting in bursting of the saw blade, deformation of the nozzle and other problems; and multiple cutting designs will cause the clamp to be clamped when clamping the tube. Too tight, resulting in deformation of the cutting nozzle.
In order to avoid the above problems, Deshun Machinery decided to adopt an independent oil clamp design when developing the intelligent pipe cutting machine 385CNC, to prevent the large pipe from rotating, and to reduce the phenomenon of bursting saw blades and nozzle deformation. The cut nozzle is no different from the original nozzle. In addition, in order to save costs, pipe cutting machines on the market currently use a single oil pump hydraulic system, which will cause the pipe cutting machine to slow and accurately control the speed of the system during cutting. Situation, so that the cutting nozzle appears deformed. For this reason, when designing the intelligent pipe cutting machine 385CNC, Deshun Machinery uses a dual-pump hydraulic system to independently adjust the clamping and lowering pressure to prevent workpiece deformation and pinching.