As an important steel type, cold-formed steel has received more and more attention. Cold-formed steel machinery has been more and more widely used in some steel structures. Welding is unavoidable when working with cold-formed steel, and the quality of the welding technique can also affect its use.
The mechanical control of cold-formed steel is controlled by PLC, and multiple safety protections are set during normal production; the forming frame is made of cast iron and tempered. High strength and long service life; the roller shaft material is 40Cr, after quenching and tempering treatment, the hardness is HB280; the forming mold material is GCr15, quenching treatment, suitable for corrugated plate cold forming equipment, hardness: HRC56-62°C; Each molded frame has a gearbox to ensure overtime, high-strength operation and long service life.
There are many factors that affect the pricing of cold-formed steel machinery. The first is the complexity of the machine, that is, the complexity of the product profiles that require customization. If the profile you want to produce is more complicated, the more complex the cold-formed steel machinery needs to be customized, the more roll sets you need, and the more production you need. The longer the cycle, the longer the debugging time, and the more troublesome after-sales problems will be.
The second is the size of the customized profile. If the material is very small, the customized cold-formed steel machine is relatively small, with fewer coils, and the overall opportunity is relatively small. The steel used and various configurations will also be smaller. The price of the machine will also be relatively low. Instead, the price of the machine will increase in cost corresponding to the size of your custom configuration file.
There is also the degree of integrated automation and the requirements for workpiece accuracy and surface requirements, which will increase the production cycle and debugging time of the machine, and will also increase the price of the entire machine. The higher the precision required for the workpiece precision and surface requirements that need to be produced, the more complex the production.
In addition, there is the cost of after-sales service of cold-formed steel machinery. These costs are generally considered according to the complexity of the equipment, and the manufacturer will calculate these cost estimates. If it is more difficult to make cold bending equipment, the after-sales cost of the manufacturer's budget will be higher.