Stainless steel wire

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Stainless steel wire is made of stainless steel as raw materials of various specifications and models of silk products, the origin of the United States, the Netherlands, Japan, the cross section is generally round or flat. Common stainless steel wire with good corrosion resistance and high cost performance is stainless steel wire of 304 and 316.

Stainless steel wire drawing Pulling a wire rod or wire blank from the die hole of a wire drawing die under the action of drawing force to produce a metal plastic working process of a small-section steel wire or a colored metal wire. Wires of various cross-sectional shapes and sizes of various metals and alloys can be produced by drawing. The drawn wire has an accurate size, a smooth surface, and the drawing apparatus and the mold are simple and easy to manufacture.

Stainless steel wire the stress state of the wire drawing is the three-way principal stress state of the two-direction compressive stress and the tensile stress. Compared with the principal stress state in which the three-direction is the compressive stress, the drawn wire is more likely to reach the plastic deformation state. The deformed state of the drawing is a three-way main deformation state in which the two-direction compression deformation is tensilely deformed, which is disadvantageous for exerting the plasticity of the metal material, and is relatively easy to generate and expose surface defects. The amount of deformation of the wire during the drawing process is limited by its safety factor. When the amount of deformation of the ball is small, the number of drawing passes is large. Therefore, multi-pass continuous high-speed drawing is often used in the production of wire.


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