Viga de caja de estanterías Perfilado La máquina es ampliamente utilizada en la producción de postes verticales, vigas de caja y vigas escalonadas. Podemos hacer vigas de caja tipo junta de perfil C y C, también podemos hacer vigas escalonadas mediante soldadura.
La máquina perfiladora de vigas de caja de estanterías puede hacer un espesor de material de 1.2-2.0 mm con materia prima de acero laminado en frío, bobina galvanizada, acero al carbono.
La máquina perfiladora de vigas de caja de estanterías incluye desbobinador, dispositivo de alimentación y nivelación, máquina formadora principal, dispositivo de corte hidráulico, máquina de plegado de juntas para hacer C y C juntos, el convertidor de frecuencia controla la velocidad del motor, el sistema PLC controla la longitud y la cantidad automáticamente.
Nuestro perfil producido cumple con los estándares ISO, CE, UL, y nuestra máquina se aplica a almacenes, supermercados, industrias u hogares.
- Material de placa adecuado: espesor 1,2-2 mm, acero galvanizado o acero negro
- Velocidad de la línea de trabajo: 0-8 metros / min
- Máquina formadora: alrededor de 32 estaciones
- Material del rodillo: Gcr15, Quench HRC58-62 cromado
- Material del eje: acero avanzado 45# (diámetro: 76 mm), refinado térmico
- Sistema accionado: accionado por caja de cambios
- Potencia principal con reductor: 15KW WH chino famoso
- Corte: Corte Hidráulico Cr12mov
- Material del cuchillo de corte: Cr12Mov, Quench HRC58-62
- Toda la máquina está controlada por un PLC industrial.
Flujo de trabajo y aplicación
Flujo de trabajo
Which industry is the main application of rack shelf roll forming machine?
The main industry that utilizes rack shelf roll forming machines is the warehousing and storage industry. Rack shelves are commonly used in warehouses, distribution centers, and retail stores to store and organize goods. Roll forming machines are used to manufacture these rack shelves, which are typically made from steel or other metals.
Rack shelf roll forming machines are designed to produce the specific shapes and dimensions required for rack shelves. They can create consistent and precise profiles, including the necessary features such as slots, hooks, or perforations to accommodate different types of storage systems. These machines are capable of high-speed production, allowing for efficient manufacturing of large quantities of rack shelves.
Other industries that may also use rack shelf roll forming machines include logistics, manufacturing, and automotive sectors, as they often require storage solutions for their products and materials.
Working principle of shelf panel roll forming machine?
The shelf panel roll forming machine operates on the principle of continuous bending and forming of metal sheets to produce shelf panels with specific profiles. Here’s a general overview of the working principle:
- Material Feeding: The process begins with the feeding of metal coils into the roll forming machine. These coils are typically made of steel or other metals and are unwound and fed into the machine using a decoiler.
- Material Straightening: The metal coil passes through a straightening system that ensures the material is flat and properly aligned before entering the roll forming process. This step is crucial to maintain the accuracy and quality of the final shelf panels.
- Roll Forming: The straightened metal strip enters the roll forming section, which consists of a series of rollers arranged in a specific configuration. Each roller set in the machine gradually shapes the metal strip by bending it into the desired profile.
- Forming Rollers: The forming rollers in the machine are designed with specific contours and sizes that correspond to the desired shape and dimensions of the shelf panels. As the metal strip passes through the rollers, it undergoes incremental bending and forming until it achieves the intended profile.
- Cutting: After the roll forming process, the continuous strip of formed shelf panels needs to be cut into individual panels of the desired length. The machine incorporates a cutting mechanism, such as a flying cutoff or a hydraulic shear, which precisely cuts the panel at the required length.
- Stacking or Packaging: Once cut, the finished shelf panels are usually stacked or packaged for further processing, transportation, or storage.
Throughout the process, the roll forming machine is controlled by a computerized system that adjusts the speed, position, and pressure of the rollers to ensure accurate and consistent shaping of the shelf panels. The machine’s settings can be adjusted based on the specific design requirements, allowing for customization and flexibility in producing different types of shelf panels.
How does box beam roll forming machine work?
A box beam roll forming machine is used to manufacture box-shaped beams with consistent dimensions and high precision. Here’s a general overview of how the machine works:
- Material Loading: The process begins by feeding a coiled sheet metal strip into the roll forming machine. The strip is typically made of steel or aluminum and has a specific width and thickness.
- Material Straightening: The strip passes through a series of straightening rollers to remove any bends or deformations, ensuring it enters the roll forming section uniformly.
- Roll Forming Section: The heart of the machine is the roll forming section, which consists of multiple sets of rollers arranged in a sequential pattern. Each set of rollers is designed to gradually shape the flat strip into a box beam profile.
a. Entry Guide and Leveling Rolls: The strip enters the roll forming section and passes through entry guide rolls, which help guide the material into the forming rolls. Leveling rolls may also be used to further flatten the strip if necessary.
b. Forming Rolls: The strip then passes through a series of forming rolls, which are carefully contoured to gradually bend and shape the material into the desired box beam profile. The number of forming rolls and their configurations depend on the specific shape and dimensions of the box beam being produced.
c. Side Rolls: In some roll forming machines, additional side rolls are employed to further shape the edges of the strip, ensuring precise dimensions and tight tolerances.
d. Final Rollers and Cutoff: The last set of rollers ensures the final shape of the box beam and helps maintain its dimensional accuracy. At the end of the roll forming section, a cutoff mechanism trims the continuous strip into individual box beam lengths.
- Post-Forming Operations: After the box beam is formed and cut to length, it may undergo additional post-forming operations based on specific requirements. These operations can include punching holes, adding slots or notches, embossing logos or identification marks, and applying protective coatings.
- Stacking or Packaging: Finally, the finished box beams are stacked or packaged for transportation or further processing.
It’s important to note that the exact operation and configuration of a box beam roll forming machine can vary depending on the manufacturer and specific machine model. This overview provides a general understanding of the process, but for precise details, it’s best to refer to the machine’s operation manual or consult the manufacturer’s guidelines.