How is the theoretical weight of Expanded Metal Mesh calculated?
Expanded Metal Mesh is formed by stamping and drawing of the steel plate by Expanded Metal Mesh punching machine, so the theoretical weight of Expanded Metal Mesh is equivalent to the weight of the steel plate required for stretching Expanded Metal Mesh. The diamond mesh of Expanded Metal Mesh is divided into long pitch. And the short pitch, the long pitch is the length of the tool itself, its size is independent of the Expanded Metal Mesh weight, the short pitch is the length of the steel plate stretch.
The size of the Expanded Metal Mesh determines the length of a steel sheet to be stretched, so the Expanded Metal Mesh weight is inversely proportional to the short pitch. The larger the knife hole, the lighter the Expanded Metal Mesh of the same thickness, the smaller the knife hole, and the Expanded Metal of the same thickness. The heavier the Mesh. The stem is a filament of the Expanded Metal Mesh diamond mesh. The stem is square, so it is divided into the stem width and the stem thickness. The length of the steel plate required for the vertical stamping steel of the Expanded Metal Mesh machine is the stem thickness, and the thickness is the stem. The length of the steel plate is equivalent to the width of the Expanded Metal Mesh.
Expanded Metal Mesh theoretical weight calculation: plate length × plate width × plate thickness × 7850 plate length × plate width × plate thickness = volume Expanded Metal Mesh How to calculate the theoretical weight: volume × density = weight, Expanded Metal Mesh length = mesh Short pitch × number of holes Each mesh is composed of two stems, so the number of Expanded Metal Mesh cutters = Expanded Metal Mesh length, short pitch × 2 cutters × stem thickness = length of steel plate required.
Expanded Metal Mesh is stamped and stretched by Expanded Metal Mesh punching machine. In the process of stretching, no matter how thick the plate is, it will become smaller after punching and stretching. 0.5MM. These calculations are theoretical values, in practice. These errors will be avoided as much as possible during production.
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