In sheet metal processing, almost all sheets need to be first formed on a laser cutting machine and directly welded sleeves. Therefore, the application of the laser cutting machine shortens the process and construction period, improves the useful working power, can complete the double optimization and reduction of labor intensity and processing cost, promotes the optimization of the working environment, greatly improves the development speed and progress, and reduces molds. Investment, reduce useful costs; choosing laser processing technology can save a lot of molds in the production process, shorten production time, reduce production costs, and improve product accuracy. Laser cutting of stamping parts can also ensure the accuracy of mold design. Blanking is a prior painting process and its dimensions are usually corrected. After the trial production of laser cutting blanking parts, the size of the blanking die can be determined more accurately, which has become the basis for mass production of sheet metal processing.
In the process of processing and manufacturing, especially for mirror aluminum plates, precision sheet metal processing companies usually perform some other metal processing. During processing, some metals such as magnesium, zinc or copper will be appropriately added, and these metals will rapidly interact with aluminum to form products commonly referred to in the industry as aluminum alloys. The product performance and mechanical strength of this aluminum alloy are very good, and even its application range is often much larger than that of the original aluminum alloy. However, because it is easy to chemically react with oxygen in the air during use, whether it is a finished mirror-finished aluminum sheet or a brushed aluminum sheet, oxidation pretreatment is required before leaving the factory to prevent secondary oxidation in daily use. Of course, when leaving the factory , their surface will also be covered with a protective film to prevent their surface from being exposed to air or being scratched.