Temperature and technical requirements for parts machining

Component machining is the process of changing the external dimensions or performance of a workpiece with a machining machine during operation. According to the temperature state
of the workpiece being machined can be divided into cold machining and hot machining. Usually, it is processed at room temperature and does not cause chemical or phase changes in the workpiece. This is called cold plus works.

Parts machining is usually higher or lower than normal, which will directly lead to chemical or physical phase changes in the workpiece. This is actually called hot working. According to different machining methods, cold working can be divided into cutting and press working. Thermal machining includes heat treatment, forging, casting and welding.

The technical specification for parts machining is one of the technical documents such as the process flow and operation method of conventional parts machining. It is based on
a specific production strip. The rules under the rules, the more reasonable process and operation methods are written into the technical documents and used to guide the production after verification. machining technology process usually includes the following: the technical route of the workpiece machining, the specific content of each process, the equipment and technical equipment used, and the workpiece inspection items and inspection methods, cutting amount, time quota, etc.

Parts machining technology is based on the process, changing the shape, scale, relative orientation and properties of the production target to finished or semi-finished products.

This is a specific explanation for each process. For example, roughing may include blanking, grinding, and the like. Finishing can be divided into cars, assemblers, milling machines.