Resisting push stroke of pipe bender
In the use of pipe bender, many actions need to be coordinated by trolley. The most common is feeding, and feeding methods are divided into top and clip, today we are going to understand the resisting push.
Resisting push, as the name suggests, is to push forward with resisting feed. The feeding way is often used to push bending, for large circular mold is fixed, and pipes in the circular arc is the best way to process the whole process when producing a push at the completion of a clamping, it needs to be done in conjunction with the feeding car, and in order to reduce the error, the small car material clamp design steps, production material clamp clamping pipe using the steps after standing up to the end fittings. The distance from the furthest moving distance of the car to the completion of processing is called the resisting feeding stroke, as shown in Figure 1
Figure 1 Resisting feeding stroke and machine length
The 2244.5 in the picture is the actual resisting feeding stroke of this machine. It can be seen that due to the limit of this distance, if the arc arc you push is longer than this distance, Figure 3 shows our solution
Figure 2 The arc length is longer than the resisting feeding stroke of the machine
It can be seen that the arc length of the pipes required by the customer to be processed is 1.157 meters, but the resisting feeding distance of the pipe bending machine he chose is only 1 meter, so this model will not be able to complete his work, so we would suggest lengthening the fuselage.
That's what the resisting feeding stroke means and when you need to pay attention. Next time we'll introduce clamping feeding stroke of the pipe tube bending machine.