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Advantages of the forming process for large stamping elbows

The forming process of the stamping elbow is complicated, and it needs to be welded according to different materials and uses, and gradually formed under a certain pressure. The forming of the stamping elbow needs to be carried out according ...

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The corrosion resistance of the stamping elbow

Stamping elbow has certain corrosion (oxidizing acid, organic acids, cavitation), heat-resisting and wear-resisting performance. Usually used in power plant, chemical, oil and other equipment. Stamping elbow poor weldability, welding, heat treatment conditions should be paid attention to and choose suitable ...

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Internal thread processing method of stamping elbow

Design and manufacture of a tap The internal thread on the stamping elbow usually adopts tap for tapping processing. Because stainless viscosity is higher, chip breaking performance is poor, so prone to chip in the process of tapping scratch artifacts ...

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Seven advantages of stamping elbow

The seven advantages of stamping elbow: The first, light weight, stamping elbow density of 0.89 0.91 g/cm, is only one over ten of the steel pipe. And because the light weight, can industry greatly reduce the transportation cost and installation of ...

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Internal thread processing of stamping elbow

The internal thread on the stamping elbow usually adopts tap for tapping processing. Because stainless viscosity is higher, chip breaking performance is poor, so prone to chip in the process of tapping scratch artifacts thread or tap the phenomenon such as collapse ...

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Forming process for seamless pipe fittings (1)

Seamless steel pipe refers to the use of seamless tube or steel manufacturing without weld pipe fittings. In recent years, due to the improvement of welded pipe manufacturing, some in the engineering design of welded pipe manufacturing pipe fittings is ...

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