1mm the
aluminum plate is pulled to the height of 45mm. Can I pull it out at 1? How much space should I put in?How much clearance does
aluminum plate stretch?The clearance value of the stretched
aluminum plate is =1.3~1.4t (first stretch), 1.15~1.2t (second times stretch), and 1.1t (last stretch). The tensile properties of
aluminum sheets are inferior to those of low carbon steel, and they are easily broken when stretched. The tensile height 45mm depends on the diameter of the drawing piece.A cylindrical part of a large cross-sectional area from a material to a small cross section is called a tensile coefficient. That is, the ratio of the cross-sectional area to the cross-sectional area before stretching, i.e., m=A0/An-1. For cylindrical parts, m1=d1/D0, the coefficient of the first stretch can be around 0.5, i.e., the diameter after the first stretch is 1/2 of the blank diameter before the drawing. In the future, the tensile coefficients are usually around 0.7~0.8. The calculation of drawing blank, roughly calculate the blank size according to the principle of equal area of the blank before and after the drawing.Aluminum sheet material, 1100, 1060, 3003, 5052, 5083, 6061, 8011, 7075 and so on.The thickness of
aluminum plate is 0.15mm-500mm, width is 100mm-2000mm, length is: 1000mm-9000mm,Aluminum roll thickness is 0.05mm-15mm, width is: 15mm-2000mmThickness of insulated
aluminium plate: 0.3mm-0.9mm width: 500mm-1000mm length: no limitNon slip pattern
aluminum plate thickness: 1mm-10mm width: 1000mm-1500mm length: 2000-3000mmEmbossed
aluminum plate thickness: 0.1mm-0.9mm width: 500mm-1200mm length: UnlimitedAluminum tube specification: outside diameter range: Phi 3mm to Phi 500mm, wall thickness range: 3mm ~ 50mm, aluminum square tube specification: 10mm*10mm to 200mm*200mm, wall thickness range: 3mm ~ 20mmThe clearance value of the stretched
aluminum plate is =1.3~1.4t (first stretch), 1.15~1.2t (second times stretch), and 1.1t (last stretch). The tensile properties of
aluminum sheets are inferior to those of low carbon steel, and they are easily broken when stretched. The tensile height 45mm depends on the diameter of the drawing piece. A cylindrical part of a large cross-sectional area from a material to a small cross section is called a tensile coefficient. That is, the ratio of the cross-sectional area to the cross-sectional area before stretching, i.e., m=A0/An-1. For cylindrical parts, m1=d1/D0, the coefficient of the first stretch can be around 0.5, i.e., the diameter after the first stretch is 1/2 of the blank diameter before the drawing. In the future, the tensile coefficients are usually around 0.7~0.8. The calculation of drawing blank, roughly calculate the blank size according to the principle of equal area of the blank before and after the drawing.Other related question