The driving and driving force (punching force, mould cl […]
The driving and driving force (punching force, mould clamping force, material drop weight, extrusion force, etc.) of the Air Cooler Mould processing movement are provided by the power of the forming machine tool and equipment via the transmission mechanism.
Electromechanical drives: such as punching machines, friction presses, roll forging machines, etc., are powered and rotated by electric motors to drive the transmission mechanism and are connected with the moving parts of the dies through sliders and the like to drive the dies to move directionally, and the transmitted driving force is applied to the air cooler mould to enable the air cooler mould to form materials.
Electro-hydraulic drive: that is, the injection moulding motor drives the hydraulic pump or pump to generate hydraulic pressure and water pressure, and through the hydraulic transmission and control system of liquid, generates a certain rated pressure to drive the hydraulic cylinder or piston connected with the moving part (such as the moving die) of the air cooler mould, drives the moving die to perform directional translation movement relative to the fixed die, and further compresses the material to make the material becomes a finished product after forming.
Air pressure forming: mainly used for plastic suction and blow moulding, i.e. when the air cooler mould is in a fixed state, the air pump causes it to generate a certain negative pressure to directly suck the plastic plate onto the mould surface to form a finished product, while blow moulding uses the air pump to generate gas with a certain air pressure to blow into the blank cavity of hot melt plastic parts or hot melt glass products to expand, deform and attach to the surface of the mould cavity to form a finished product.
In addition, the processing drive of the air cooler mould, such as aluminium alloy profiles, plastic profiles, sheets or films, generally adopts extrusion moulding process. The die is fixed on the machine head, and the material passes through the die in an extrusion mode to make the relative movement to the air cooler mould to form various parts. For example, plastic profiles rely on the spiral motion of the screw of the extrusion machine to extrude the plastic into the mould and pass through the mould surface to be cooled and shaped into profiles. The extruded section bar is pulled forward by the traction mechanism to carry out continuous forming processing.