Continuous extrusion die for copper extrusion machine conform extrusion die for conform extrusion machine

Continuous extrusion die for copper extrusion machine conform extrusion die for conform extrusion machine

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Continuous extrusion die for copper extrusion machine conform extrusion die for conform extrusion machine

Our extrusion press parts is mainly used for our extrusion mould processing,and sells well in many countries.continuous extrusion die is most import part for continuous extrusion machines, the machine product such as pipe, rod, multi port tube, etc, must be extruded from this kind of extrusion dies.Many products can be extruded: 1) aluminum: wire rod,  pipe, multi-hole flat tube,2) copper: wire rod, flat wire, solid profiles.Die Materias are H13+tungsten steel.we can meet quick delivery in 7-15days.

 

             continuous aluminum extrusion die/continuous copper/brass extrusion die
 1.Material H13 or tungsten steel or H13+tungsten steel
 2.Type Solid/Hollow(solid bar,micro multiport tube,flat wire,busbar)
 3.Cavity according to design
 4.Usage for making solid bar,micro multiport tube,flat wire,busbar,round tube,round wire
 5.Design Before manufacturing,drawings are available for confirmation from customers
 6.Precision ±0.01
 7.Hardness HRC 48-52
 8.Delivery 7-15 days

 

The principle of the Continuous extrusion process is according to the action of a rotating whee dragging and pushing the feeding raw rod material by means of the frictional forces existing among them. The Continuous processing has many advantages than the traditional extrusion working:saving investment and get higher quality products.

There are three tipccal extrusion ways:single groove single wheel, twin groove single wheel,single groove twin wheel.Based on different extrusion ways,there are different die design ways.so advanced die manufacturing can improve production efficiency and product quality.

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