What is an alloy tool?
Alloy tool material is used in many places, for the alloy tool material workpiece manufacturing we do not know very well, in order to let you know, the following small make up for you to explain, I hope to give you some help:
Alloy cutter material workpiece can be formed by a variety of processes. According to the size of the workpiece, shape complex level and production volume, most of the cutting blades are made by top and bottom pressure rigid mold molding. During each pressing, in order to maintain the consistency of the workpiece weight and size, it is necessary to ensure that the amount of powder (mass and volume) flowing into the mold chamber is exactly the same. The flow of powder is mainly controlled by the size distribution of the mass and the characteristics of the organic binder. A molded workpiece (or "blank") can be formed by applying a molding pressure of 10-80ksi (thousand pounds per square foot) to the powder placed in the mold chamber.
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