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Difference between copper plate leveler and steel plate leveler?

  • JIUZH 

Copper plate and steel plate are one of our common metal materials, with many application scenarios, so for these two kinds of plates, and what different leveling machine or leveling machine should be used?
Aluminum and copper are non-ferrous metals, copper is yellow color aluminum is white color. Steel is a ferrous metal (due to the steel surface is usually covered with a layer of black iron tetraoxide, so get this name) steel plate is divided into cold rolled sheet metal and hot rolled sheet metal, hot rolled sheet metal on the oxide skin is good to distinguish between the cold rolled sheet metal surface bright texture hard. The density of steel plate is much greater than the density of aluminum, the same size of the two pieces of sheet metal, the weight difference is very large. In addition, magnets can also be used to judge the two pieces of sheet metal, magnets attract iron, not aluminum.

Copper plate is relatively soft compared to the hardness of steel plate, the need for leveling pressure is not so strong, metal materials in the larger elastic-plastic bending conditions, regardless of the degree of the original bending of the difference between the CNC precision leveling machine using the material’s “Bauer Singer effect” on the plate for many times repeatedly bending, gradually reducing the bending deflection, so that a variety of original curvature Gradually change the original curvature into a single curvature, and flatten it to achieve the required leveling accuracy. In the roller leveling process, the metal plate undergoes a series of alternating bending, and the downward pressure of each leveling roller is precisely controlled by the motor and programmable controller to eliminate the internal stresses, which fundamentally solves the problem of unsatisfactory leveling effect caused by different stresses in each part of the plate, thus realizing high-precision leveling.

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