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Automobile sheet metal processing is the technology of processing sheet metal
2021-07-02 16:41:59

Surface treatment of automobile stamping parts refers to the process of forming a covering layer on the surface of the workpiece by some method. The main purpose is to make the workpiece surface beautiful, anti-corrosion effect, surface treatment methods are as follows.

Electroplating: the parts to be electroplated are immersed in an aqueous solution containing the deposited metal compound, and the electroplated metal is precipitated and deposited on the parts through the plating solution with an electric current. General electroplating has zinc, copper, nickel, chromium, copper nickel alloy, etc.

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Oxidation treatment: can be divided into chemical oxidation and anodization.

Automobile sheet metal processing is the technology of processing sheet metal. It includes not only the traditional cutting, blanking, bending and forming methods and process parameters, but also various cold stamping die structures and process parameters, various equipment working principles and operation methods, as well as some new stamping technologies and new processes. More and more sheet metal processing enterprises realize that proper surface treatment can play a good role in decoration and protection of the product surface, improve the "appearance value" of the product, and then improve the market competitiveness.

There are two kinds of surface treatment methods commonly used in automobile sheet metal processing: electroplating and spraying. Electroplating is divided into zinc plating, nickel plating, chromium plating, etc. the main purpose is to form a metal or alloy protective layer on the surface of sheet metal workpiece by using the principle of electrolysis, so as to protect and decorate it. Spray painting is divided into spray painting and powder spraying. After the material is pretreated, spray gun gas is used to disperse the coating into uniform and fine droplets, which are sprayed on the surface of sheet metal workpiece to form coating on the surface of workpiece, and then heated and dried. Spraying can protect the workpiece. In addition to the above two methods, there are other surface treatment methods, such as anodization, chromate, wire drawing, sandblasting and oxidation.