Brushed aluminum sheet is a common processing aluminum material with good surface and decorative properties, widely used in fields such as building decoration, automotive, aerospace, etc.
During the processing of brushed aluminum plates, attention should be paid to setting accuracy to ensure product quality and stability.
This article will introduce the accuracy settings during the processing of wire drawn aluminum plates from the aspects of processing methods, processing parameters, quality control, etc.
1、 Processing method of brushed aluminum plate
There are two main processing methods for brushed aluminum plates: mechanical drawing and chemical drawing.
Mechanical wire drawing is the process of producing small concave and convex patterns on the surface of aluminum plates through mechanical and frictional forces, which enhances surface hardness and improves surface smoothness.
Chemical wire drawing is the process of coating chemical etchants on the surface of aluminum plates to create uneven patterns, which plays a similar role to mechanical wire drawing methods.
2、 Selection of Processing Parameters for Brushed Aluminum Plate
The processing parameters of brushed aluminum sheet refer to some key parameters involved in the processing process,
Including: wire drawing speed, wire drawing pressure, concentration of chemical corrosive agent applied, etc.
The selection of these parameters has a significant impact on the machining accuracy of brushed aluminum plates.
When setting these parameters, it is necessary to choose based on specific product design requirements and material characteristics.
1. Wire drawing speed
The wire drawing speed refers to the speed generated by the friction between the surface of the aluminum plate and the equipment during the processing process. Generally speaking, the faster the speed, the larger the concave and convex lines generated.
When setting the wire drawing speed, it is necessary to choose based on the hardness and strength of different materials to avoid problems such as surface deformation and fracture caused by excessive speed.
2. Wire drawing pressure
Drawing pressure refers to the force exerted by the drawing equipment on the surface of an aluminum plate during the processing process. Generally speaking, the greater the drawing pressure, the deeper the concave and convex lines generated.
When setting the wire drawing pressure, it is necessary to choose based on factors such as the thickness, hardness, and strength of the aluminum plate to ensure the stability and accuracy of the processing effect.
3. Concentration of Chemical Corrosive Coating
The concentration of chemical etchant coating refers to the concentration of the chemical agent in contact with the surface of the aluminum plate during the chemical wire drawing process.
Generally speaking, the higher the concentration, the deeper the concave and convex lines generated.
When setting the concentration of chemical corrosion agents for coating, it is necessary to choose according to different processing requirements and the characteristics of the chemical agents to ensure processing quality and stability.