Every industry has its professional terminology, sheet metal processing industry is no exception. The following 25 are common.
(1) Pressure riveting: refers to the process of pressing the fasteners such as riveting nuts, riveting screws, or riveting nut columns firmly on the workpiece using a punch or hydraulic press.
(2) High Rivet: refers to the process of sinking the workpiece first, and then using a punch or oil press to press the rising rivet nut firmly on the workpiece.
(3) Puller: means a process similar to riveting. The process by which a pull rivet nut(POP) and other connectors are firmly connected to the workpiece with a pull gun.
(4) Pulling riveting: refers to the process of drawing two or more workpieces together with a rivet as a tool.
(5) Rivet: The process of connecting two or more workpieces face to face with riveting. If the head is riveted, the workpiece must be sunk first.
(6) Angle cutting: refers to the process of using a mold to remove the corner of the workpiece on a punch or hydraulic press.
(7) Bending: refers to the process of forming a workpiece by a bending machine.
(8) Forming: refers to the process of using a mold to deform a workpiece on a common punch or other equipment.
(9) Shear material: refers to the process by which the material is obtained from a rectangular workpiece through a shearing machine.
(10) Discharge: refers to the process of cutting a workpiece through LASER cutting or CNC punch.
(11) Discharge: refers to the process of using molds to obtain the shape of the product on ordinary presses or other equipment.
(12) Punching: refers to the process of machining holes in a workpiece by ordinary punching machines and molds.
(13) Flashing bump: refers to the process of forming a raised shape of a workpiece with a mold used in a punch or press.
(14) Punching: also known as "punching bridge", refers to the process of forming a workpiece in the shape of a bridge with a mold used in a punch or press.
(15) Portion: Also known as "flanging", refers to the process of using a mold to form a round hole edge on a workpiece on a common punch or other equipment. Process.
(16) Incoming teeth: refers to the process of processing internal threads on a workpiece.
(17) Calibration: refers to the process of leveling the workpiece before and after the workpiece is processed and using other equipment.
(18) Back tooth: refers to the process of repairing the second screw tooth on the workpiece that has teeth in advance.
(19) Drilling: refers to the process of using a drill to perforate a workpiece on a drill or milling machine.
(20) Inversion: refers to the process of processing the sharp corners of a workpiece using a mold, a file, a grinder, etc..
(21) Printing: means the process of using a mold to run out of text, symbols, or other prints on a workpiece.
(22) Pitch hole: refers to the process of processing tapered holes on a workpiece in conjunction with connectors such as the pin screw.
(23) Flatness: refers to the process of transition from a workpiece with a certain shape to a flat one.
(24) Punching holes: A hole in a workpiece that is punched out of a mesh with a mold on a common punch or a CNC punch.
(25) Porosity: refers to the process of processing small holes into large holes in a workpiece with a drill or a milling cutter.