Machining for slide inserts that hold punches which punches out can lids for food manufacturing.
This project involved one solid block of Sheffield Steel that weighed 2,200 lbs. This massive steel block measured 42″ W x 15″ L x 12″ H. The machining process basically took one corner out of the block. During the process the block is cut apart, then rough machined for the slide inserts. The block is then bolted back together. After completion the steel block weighs approximately 700 lbs.
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||Machining for Slide Inserts
||Horizontal Boring Mills
||Parrel tolerance .0003
||Original block weighs 2,200 lbs. – after mfg. 700lbs.
|Industry for Use
||4-5 per year
||Demagnetizing; Quality and testing completed on all pieces and projects
|Turn Around Time
||approx. 250 to 450 hours of manufacturing
|Overall Part Dimensions
||42 in Wide x 15 L x 12 in H