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Six polishing methods of rotational mould

source:Foshan Rotomolding|Rotational Molding Processing|Rotational Molding-Shunde Zhongze Mould date:2020-10-21 14:09

Fluid polishing of rotational molding mold, fluid polishing is the intention of polishing by relying on the high-speed flowing liquid and abrasive particles to wash the surface of the workpiece. Commonly used rotational molding factory methods are: abrasive eruption processing, liquid eruption processing, hydrodynamic grinding, etc.

1. Fluid polishing of rotational mould

Fluid polishing is based on the high-speed flow of liquid and abrasive particles to wash the surface of the workpiece to achieve the purpose of polishing. Commonly used rotational molding factory methods are: abrasive eruption processing, liquid eruption processing, hydrodynamic grinding, etc. Fluid dynamic grinding of Zhejiang rotary plastic military case is driven by hydraulic pressure, which makes the liquid medium with abrasive particles flow through the surface of the workpiece at high speed. The medium is mainly made of special compound (polymer material) with good flowability under low pressure and mixed with abrasive, and silicon carbide powder can be used as abrasive.

Chemical polishing of rotational mould

Chemical polishing is to make the material dissolve in the chemical medium Changxing roto plastic military case, and then get the smooth surface. The first advantage of this method is that it does not need messy equipment, and it can polish many workpieces with disordered shapes and high efficiency. The central problem of chemical polishing is the manufacture of polishing fluid. The surface roughness obtained by chemical polishing is generally 10 μ M.

3. Mechanical polishing of rotational mould

Mechanical polishing is a polishing method to obtain a smooth surface by cutting and plastic deformation of data surface to remove the polished convex part. Generally, oilstone strip, wool wheel and sandpaper are used, and manual operation is the main method. In particular, auxiliary tools such as rotary table can be used for special parts such as the appearance of revolving body. Ultra precision polishing method can be used for those with high quality requirements. Ultra precision grinding and polishing is to select a special abrasive tool, in the grinding and polishing fluid containing abrasive, press tightly on the surface of the workpiece to be processed, and make high-speed rotating motion. The surface roughness of ra0.008 μ M can be achieved by using this skill, which is the highest among various polishing methods. This method is often used in optical lens mould.

Polishing of rotational mould

4. Ultrasonic polishing of rotational mould

The workpiece is put into the abrasive suspension and placed in the ultrasonic field together. Relying on the oscillation effect of ultrasonic, the abrasive is ground and polished on the surface of the workpiece. The micro force of ultrasonic machining is small and will not cause deformation of workpiece, but it is difficult to make tooling and equipment. Ultrasonic machining can be combined with chemical or electrochemical methods. On the basis of solution corrosion and electrolysis, ultrasonic vibration is applied to mix the solution to make the surface of the workpiece dissolve, the product is separated, and the corrosion or electrolyte adjacent to the surface is uniform; the cavitation effect of ultrasonic in the liquid can also inhibit the corrosion process, which is conducive to the appearance brightening.

Electropolishing of rotational mould

The basic principle of electropolishing is the same as that of chemical polishing, that is, the surface is lubricated by selectively dissolving the small protruding parts of the surface. Compared with chemical polishing, it can eliminate the influence of cathode reaction, and the effect is better. The process of electrochemical polishing is divided into two steps

(1) The results show that the dissolution products disperse into the electrolyte, and the surface roughness of the data decreases, and RA > 1 μ M.

(2) The results show that the surface brightness is improved and RA is less than 1 μ M.

Magnetic abrasive polishing of rotational plastic mould

Magnetic abrasive polishing is to use magnetic abrasive to form abrasive brush under the effect of magnetic field to grind workpiece. This method has the advantages of high efficiency, good quality, simple operation and good working conditions. The surface roughness can reach ra0.1 μ m with proper abrasive.