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What's the process flow of the precision guide post?
Oct 23, 2017

At present, the application of the precision guide post is more and more widely in the production field, so its processing technology and processing flow receive more and more attention. At the same time, there are many users are more interested in this issue. Here we will briefly introduce the main process flow of precision guide post, in order to deepen your understanding.


In general, the process flow of the precision guide post can be divided into three parts. The first part is to determine and process a suitable base level. That is, before processing the product, you should prepare a proper surface of locating datum. Then, according to the design requirements of the drawings and the parameters to approximate the shape of the process. This process is mainly to provide reference for the subsequent processing procedures, so it is referred to as " benchmark first ".


Next is the second part, the main content of this part is the phase division of the precision guide post processing. Usually for the precision type parts, because of its strict processing quality requirements, so it needs to divide the processing stage. This link is relatively complex, usually including rough, semi - finishing and finishing. In this stage, the appropriate processing equipment and the correct heat treatment process should be selected, so as to get the expected processing effect as much as possible.


In fact, in this process, the reason for the phased implementation, is, it can find defects in time. The third part is called finishing cut. This is to complete the finish machining of the surface of the precision guide post, which is usually in the final stage.


It should be noted that the surface of the precision guide post obtained after the completion of the machining must achieve the specified surface finish. And pay attention to handling with care, so as to prevent its surface damage. For example, the flannelette can be used to protect the velvet, which can effectively prevent the light of the guide pillar surface, because of external factors and damage.