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Rotary Punch

    Rotary Punch 

    In the Roll Forming Industry, there a new unique rotating dies for punching, notching, partial punching, dimpling, embossing which is named Rotary Punch.

    The rotary punch utilize the continuous movement of the coil strips driven by the roll forming mill. The rotary die contains 2 rollers, the top and the bottom rollers. The top rollers hold the punches, and the bottom rollers hold the dies. The rotary die is driven by the coil strips through friction.

    The Advantage and Disadvantage of Rotary Punch

    The Advantage of Rotary Punch:

    1. No need extra feeder
    2. Speed is not limited, can be up to 200m/min
    3. Less expensive than press and die
    4. Usually no need driven motor
    5. Higher safety

    The Disadvantage of Rotary Punch

    1. Less flexible than punch press method
    2. Uniform Pattern, very difficult to adjust.
    3. The thickness range is limited
    4. Buff on the punch area is higher than punch press

    Rotary Punching

    Rotary Punch

    In rotary punching, the conventional up and down movement of the press ram is replaced by rotating tools and dies. One of the rolls, usually the upper one, contains the punches and the other one the dies. The two rolls are rotating with the same surface speed as the strip travels between them. The punch enters into the material at an angle punches it through, and then gradually retracts from the hole as the rolls rotate and the strip moves. The angle between the punch and the strip changes constantly during this process.

    Accurate alignment of the punches and the dies is
    very critical in rotary dies because of the rotary
    motion. To keep the punches and the dies
    angular aligned, no-backlash gears are attached
    to the rotary die rolls (instead of just keyed to the
    shaft). In the direction of the shaft axis, the
    punches and the dies can be aligned with the
    male die reaching into a groove The gap between the male and the female die should be only 0.025 to 0.050 mm, and they should not touch each other. The gap is strictly for setup purposes; therefore, the shoulder alignment and shaft straightness are critical.

    Believe Industry Company is engaged in design and manufacture series of roll forming machines and the components for more than 10 year. Contact us for more details

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