Standard RNC-300 NC Feeder:
A NC (numerical control) coil feeder is a type of machine that is used to feed continuous strips of metal coils into a stamping or forming press. The machine is designed to ensure that the metal strip is accurately positioned and fed into the press to achieve precise cutting or forming of the metal parts.
The NC coil feeder typically consists of a decoiler, a straightener, and a feeder mechanism. The decoiler is used to unroll the metal coil, while the straightener is used to flatten and straighten the strip of metal. The feeder mechanism then moves the metal strip forward and positions it correctly in front of the press.
The NC coil feeder is computer-controlled, which means that it can be programmed to feed the metal strip at a precise speed and length. This makes it possible to achieve high levels of accuracy and consistency in the stamped or formed metal parts. Additionally, some NC coil feeders may have features such as automatic speed adjustment or roll pressure adjustment to optimize the feeding process.
NC coil feeders are commonly used in the automotive industry, as well as in the production of appliances, electronics, and other products that require precision metal stamping or forming.
Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)
Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit
Using a NC coil feeder involves several steps, including preparing the machine, setting up the material, and programming the feeder.
Here are the general steps to follow when using a NC coil feeder:
Preparation: Before using the NC coil feeder, ensure that it is properly set up and in good working condition. Check that all the components are clean, lubricated, and free from damage. Make sure that the feeder mechanism is securely fastened to the press, and that the decoiler and straightener are properly aligned.
Material setup: Load the metal coil onto the decoiler and secure it in place. Adjust the straightener as needed to ensure that the metal strip is flattened and straightened properly. Then, thread the metal strip through the feeder mechanism and position it in front of the press.
Programming: Use the control panel on the NC coil feeder to program the feeding parameters. This may include setting the feed length, feed speed, and roll pressure. Some NC coil feeders may also have options for automatic speed adjustment or roll pressure adjustment.
Test run: Before running the full production run, perform a test run to ensure that the feeding parameters are set correctly. Check that the metal strip is being fed into the press smoothly and accurately, and that the stamped or formed parts meet the required specifications.
Production run: Once the test run is successful, start the production run. Monitor the NC coil feeder throughout the run to ensure that it is functioning properly, and make any necessary adjustments to the feeding parameters as needed.
Shutdown: When the production run is complete, shut down the NC coil feeder properly. Clean and lubricate the machine, and secure any loose components.
It's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines when using a NC coil feeder. Additionally, proper training and experience are necessary to operate the machine safely and effectively.
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