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【 The popular science 】 How to calculate the stress of pyrograph machine

by:Senxi      2021-01-18
【 The popular science 】 How to calculate the stress of pyrograph machine? Is an essential tool in the process of thermal transfer thermal transfer equipment, and thermal transfer equipment affect the bearing iron content is whether the garment cuttings or very hot. We should learn how to calculate the stress of thermal transfer equipment, in the event of a thermal transfer test hot stamping pressure when very hot not firm. Usually with 0. More than 2 kg/cm2 as the standard, but in the actual operation practice, must be combined with transfer printing fabric, the temperature resistance of membrane and hot stamping design rendering indexes such as flexible Settings. Different manufacturer pyrograph machine in heating device, pressure transmission mode, hot cushion thickness, material selection, be sure to test again after. Pay special attention to, type pneumatic hot stamping machine, set in hot stamping pressure, must according to cylinder size, pressure stability, flexible water condition in air compressor etc. When necessary, can use the measure pressure tester, generally do not need to be so precise. In this offer A pressure calculation formula for reference: A, pneumatic type: ( π) 3. 14 * ( The square of the radius of the cylinder) * if the pressure/area: between the cylinder to 10 cm, ironing machine covers an area of 40 x40cm, pressure of 4 kg; = 3. 14 * 5 * 5 * 4/1600 = 0. 19625 kg/cm2; B, hydraulic type: if the pressure/area: pressure is 2 tons, ironing machine covers an area of 60 x80cm; =2000/4800≈ 0. 417 kg/cm2; How to grasp skilled hot stamping technology and skills, to learn more thermal transfer information, can log in, the sunrise heat transfer vinyl heat transfer vinyl factory site or dial the hotline 15359509866 ( WeChat with Numbers) ! More fascinating information on hand!
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