In the design process, the staff needs to analyze the different parts of the equipment. For example, for the facing-chamfering machine, its mechanical part is mainly related to the machining accuracy, so the tool pan and clamping device are particularly needed for detailed calculation and design. Similarly, for the electrical control part of the facing-chamfering machine, it also needs to be designed in conjunction with the user's use requirements.
This is mainly to improve the automation level of the facing-chamfering machine as much as possible, and also to improve the performance and stability of the equipment. In addition, the working environment of the equipment needs to be fully considered, and a series of effective measures should be taken in advance for the interference factors in the equipment.
We should know that in fact, in the actual work, we mainly use the facing-chamfering machine to do the chip removing and pipe end treatment for various steel pipe products. Therefore, after the treatment, it is necessary to ensure that the steel pipe meets the corresponding standards. After analysis, the steel pipe should meet these requirements after chamfering:
First, after the use of the facing-chamfering machine, the pipe ends should be cut straight and there should be no burrs. Second, the shearing oblique F should not exceed l mm, which is mainly aimed at steel pipes with an outer diameter of not more than 220 mm. Third, the end face of the steel pipe with a wall thickness of more than 3.2 mm should be open, and the groove angle should be controlled between 30 degrees and 35 degrees, and the truncated edge width should be 1.6 ±0.8 mm.
In addition to these requirements above, in fact, when using the facing-chamfering machine to process the inner surface of the steel pipe or grind, its taper angle must also meet the corresponding standard.