When the air feeder operates, the material is first feed by the feed roller, and then passes through the block wheel, moves the plywood, and fixes the plywood and finally is placed on the stamping die platform so that the upper die can punch it.
In the initial state, the moving splint is close to the fixed splint; when the punching machine is in operation, the upper die punches downwards and drives the guide plate to move downwards together, the guide plate presses the floating rod and generates a downward pressure, and the floating rod transfers the pressure signal to the relay , The time relay first controls the lift cylinder to move the clamp downwards. The clamp material allows the material to pass with the clamp. After the upper mold completes a work, the upper mold moves upwards, and the guide board moves upwards to guide the board to relax. In the floating bar, the floating bar will release the signal and transmit it to the time relay through the control button. The time relay will bring the plywood to move and return to the initial position. At this moment, the moving clamp will release the material. When the punching machine moves, the upper mold punches down, and the floating bar transmits the signal to the relay again, repeating the previous work, and so on.