In recent years, the rapid development of the automotive industry has greatly promoted the development of the automotive mold industry. As automobile molds are technical products and typical customized products, especially automobile panel molds have very high technical content. How to improve automotive molds production efficiency, shorten the development cycle, improve the technical level of molds, and reduce production costs has always been a problem faced by mold companies.
Some new features in the mold manufacturing process:
1. Parallel production organization
At present, concurrent engineering is widely used in mold production organization. Generally in the mold development process, technical preparation, production preparation, mold processing and debugging are implemented as parallel as possible, that is, production preparation, processing technology and CNC program design are processed at the same time. The production plan must first arrange drawing and forming molds, followed by flanging and shaping molds, then trimming and punching molds, and finally blanking and punching molds. Only in this way can balanced production be achieved, providing samples to the car factory.
2. Real CNC machining
As a professional CNC machining supplier, We can tell you, at present, all mold manufacturers have basically used the actual production process. Real-type numerical control processing and production is through the process editing of the solid model (such as: processing allowance on the processing surface, layered editing of the model), and then through numerical control programming, foam blank blanking, numerical control processing, manual bonding and Finishing and other processes are completed. As a result, the actual production staff has been transformed from manual production to a large number of CNC programming. The simple manual bonding and trimming work on site is performed by temporary workers. The actual numerical control production directly improves the accuracy of the castings and brings great advantages to the subsequent fine processing.