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Analysis of the reasons why the feeding step of the leveling machine is unstable

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The emergence and use of leveling machines have made leveling processing relatively simple and convenient, but once problems arise, we also need to learn to deal with them. For example, one of the issues that has received a lot of feedback is that the feeding step of the leveling machine will be unstable. So, what is the cause of this phenomenon? How should we solve it?

The reason why the feeding step of the leveling machine is unstable is as follows:

  1. The material processed by the leveling machine does not run smoothly in the mold. It may be that there is a problem of being too tight with other interference areas. The solution we can take is to repair the parts that are too tight or interfere with the mold. Check and repair the problem parts of the mold to ensure that the material can flow smoothly in the mold.
  2. The upper and lower rollers of the leveling machine may have insufficient fixed pressing force from the beginning, which will lead to a problem. The plate will deviate in the leveling machine, which is manifested in the step distance of the leveling machine. There is a problem of instability.
  3. If the roller angle of the leveling machine is not properly controlled or the mold introduction hole has been relaxed, the plate will retreat under the pressure of gravity and the step distance will be unbalanced. In this regard, we can notify the equipment maintenance personnel to adjust the relaxation angle so that the molds can match each other.

The above content is compiled by JIUZH-GROUP, I hope it will be helpful to everyone. To learn more about leveling machines, leveling machines, and leveling machines, please pay attention to the JIUZH-GROUP website news or call us for consultation. We will serve you wholeheartedly.

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