17/05/2023 Yazarı admin Kapalı

What is Angle Shearing and Punching CNC Line?

An angle shearing and punching CNC line, also known as an angle processing line or an angle iron production line, is a specialized machine used in the fabrication of structural steel components, particularly angles.

The CNC line combines multiple functions into a single automated system, allowing for efficient and precise processing of angle iron. The main operations performed by an angle shearing and punching CNC line include:

  1. Angle Shearing: This operation involves cutting or shearing the angle iron to the desired length. The CNC line is equipped with a hydraulic shear that can accurately cut the angles to specific dimensions, ensuring precise and clean cuts.
  2. Angle Punching: The CNC line also includes a punching unit that can punch holes or slots into the angle iron. The punching unit is controlled by a computerized numerical control (CNC) system, which allows for accurate positioning and punching of holes at pre-determined locations. The CNC system can be programmed to punch various hole sizes and shapes according to the specific design requirements.
  3. Material Feeding and Positioning: The CNC line typically features an automatic material feeding and positioning system. This system transports the angle iron to the appropriate cutting and punching stations, ensuring consistent and precise positioning for each operation. It enhances productivity by eliminating the need for manual handling and positioning of the workpieces.
  4. CNC Control System: The angle shearing and punching CNC line is controlled by a CNC system, which allows for programming, monitoring, and controlling the machine’s operations. The CNC software enables operators to input specific parameters, such as cutting lengths, hole positions, and dimensions, and ensures accurate and repeatable results.

Angle shearing and punching CNC lines are widely used in the steel fabrication industry for the production of structural components, such as angle brackets, frames, supports, and trusses. They offer high efficiency, accuracy, and automation, reducing labor-intensive processes and improving overall productivity in the manufacturing of angle iron-based structures.