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Industry Terminology for Sheet Metal Processing
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Every industry has its own professional term, and the sheet metal processing industry is no exception. There are 25 common ones.




(1) Riveting: refers to the process of firmly pressing fasteners such as rivet nuts, rivet screws, or rivet nut columns onto the workpiece using a punch or hydraulic press.




(2) Riveting: refers to the process of first sinking the workpiece into a hole, and then using a punch or hydraulic press to firmly press the rivet nut onto the workpiece.




(3) Pulling: Refers to the use of a process similar to riveting. The process of securely connecting riveted nuts (POP) and other connecting parts to the workpiece using a puller gun.




(4) Riveting: refers to the process of using a riveting gun as a tool to tightly connect two or more workpieces with rivets.




(5) Riveting: The process of using rivets to connect two or more workpieces face to face together. If countersunk riveting is used, the workpiece needs to be countersunk first.




(6) Corner cutting: refers to the process of cutting the corners of a workpiece using a mold on a punch or hydraulic press.




(7) Bending: refers to the process of forming a workpiece by a bending machine.




(8) Forming: refers to the process of using a mold on a regular punch or other equipment to deform a workpiece.




(9) Cutting: refers to the process of obtaining rectangular workpieces from materials through a cutting machine.




(10) Blanking: refers to the process of cutting a workpiece through LASER or CNC punch.




(11) Blanking: refers to the process of using a mold to process the shape of a product on a regular punch or other equipment.




(12) Punching: refers to the process of processing holes on workpieces using ordinary punching machines and molds.




(13) Punching convex: refers to the process of forming a convex shape of a workpiece using a mold on a punch or hydraulic press.




(14) Punching and tearing: also known as "punching bridge", refers to the process of using a mold on a punch or hydraulic press to form a workpiece in the shape of a bridge.




(15) Hole drawing: also known as "flanging", refers to the process of using a mold on a regular punch or other equipment to form a circular hole edge on the workpiece and flip it up. Process.




(16) Tapping: refers to the process of machining internal threads on a workpiece.




(17) Leveling: refers to the process of using other equipment to level a workpiece that is uneven before and after processing.




(18) Tooth restoration: refers to the process of repairing a pre tapped workpiece with a second screw tooth.




(19) Drilling: refers to the process of using a drill bit on a drilling or milling machine to drill holes in a workpiece.




(20) Chamfer: refers to the process of processing sharp corners of workpieces using molds, files, grinders, etc.




(21) Stamping: refers to the process of using a mold to punch text, symbols, or other marks on a workpiece.




(22) Countersunk hole: refers to the process of machining tapered holes on a workpiece to fit connectors such as countersunk screws.




(23) Flattening: refers to the process of transitioning a workpiece with a certain shape to a flat surface.




(24) Punching mesh hole: refers to the use of a mold to punch a mesh of holes into a workpiece on a regular punch or CNC punch.




(25) Expanding: refers to the process of using a drill or milling cutter to process small holes on a workpiece into large holes.


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