The Straightener Feeder Machine

The straightener feeder machine is used in the industrial production area to aid the production of metal stampings and other components that need to be molded, stamped or cut into shapes. The feeders are generally a combination of two different types of machines, the first one being the straightener, which is a type of feed roller. The other machine is the feed tray.

Straightener Feeder

Uncoiled straightener feeder machine is specifically designed to produce the thin, flat plate surface of metal stamping components from the flat plate surface of the second machine in succession. The conventional arrangement: Coil feed by a pull-off, coil loop & Straightener. A better system best for high-end sensitive stock, short run or particularly dynamic operations, perfect for the applications where high speeds or especially dynamic productions are required.

High precision straightener feeder machines use a tungsten feed pin inserted through an aluminum sleeve to a special cradle. The cradle is then fitted with a cutting wheel that engages a tungsten sleeve. This process applies high precision and minimizes slippage. For high precision and ease of use, most users prefer the wet and dry types of machine. Wet and dry types have their own advantages; wet types can be manually set up or shut down and dry types are extremely user friendly and convenient.

The decoder, the most important part of the straightener, consists of a single piece of metal that surrounds the coil. The dec spoiler is a crucial part in high precision component production because it provides the foundation for the stamped metal work that lies upon the coiled metallic body. The shape of decries is determined by the size and the material of the coil. The material used for the necromancer is either copper or brass because copper resists staining and brass imparts a smooth finishing. Decriminators are designed in different sizes, but all have similar finishing.

For any electrochemical process, there is a decimoicer. The purpose of the decimoicer is to separate the oil from the electrolyte solution. The straightener feeder coil is made from either stainless steel or copper to suit the requirements of various industries. The two metals are also compatible with the high precision straightening feeders.

Straightener feeders are usually mounted on a counter top or on a fixed floor for easy access. They are easily adjustable in height and they usually have adjustable slotted doors so that the feeders can be loaded and unloaded conveniently. The straightener feeder metal can be coated for protection against corrosion, and its internal mechanism can be kept in perfect working condition for a long period of time.