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What are the breakdowns of tool failures for customized Drum chipper?

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Do you know the two cases of tool failure for customized Drum chipper? Let’s take a look at it with the editor below!
The customized Drum chipper tool is damaged due to some factors, or the damage accumulates to a certain degree, which causes the special-shaped knife mold to be damaged and cannot be continuously used. This is called the failure of the special-shaped knife mold. In production, when the main working parts of the special-shaped knife die are damaged, and the qualified workpiece cannot be continuously punched out, it means that the special-shaped knife die fails.
The failure of customized Drum chipper tools can be roughly divided into two categories according to the time of occurrence: normal failure and early failure. The customized Drum chipper's tools have undergone a lot of production and application. They are naturally worn due to conflicts or slowly undergo plastic deformation and fatigue cracks. After reaching the normal service life, the failure is attributed to the normal radial direction, which is a normal failure. The other is the failure to reach the time limit specified in the planning and use, and early damage such as chipping, chipping, breaking, etc.; or the failure of continuous service due to severe partial wear and plastic deformation, which is an early failure. For the failed customized Drum chipper tool, it is necessary to find out the cause of its occurrence and try to adopt a remedy method. As long as you understand the failure mode accurately, you can pay attention to some matters in that area in future use, and it will be very effective.
In summary, this is the introduction of the editor: a brief introduction to the tool failure of the customized Drum chipper, I hope you can learn more through the introduction of the editor.