In the realm of sheet metal fabrication within automated stamping production lines, a pivotal stage often involves the utilization of press machinery. After undergoing the press process, continuous sheets typically remain unsevered. Conventionally, these residual sheets necessitate manual shearing, leading to a disordered accumulation of waste material. This accumulation not only detracts from the overall cleanliness of the stamping workshop, thereby disrupting regular production, but it also places an additional burden on operators, consequently diminishing the economic advantages.

Within the current landscape of the stamping industry, a prevalent strategy involves the integration of a decoiler immediately following the discharge point of the press. The purpose of this decoiler is to coil the surplus waste material. However, the conventional decoiler, which relies on inductive racks or rods, intermittently coils the waste material, thereby failing to ensure consistent and organized coiling. Consequently, the waste material remains loosely wound on the decoiler’s material-supporting tile, requiring manual readjustment. This exacerbates the labor-intensive nature of the work for operators and falls short of meeting the requirements of standard production.

To effectively address the core challenge associated with challenging waste material coiling, we have pioneered the development of a specialized coiling decoiler tailored specifically for stamping clients. This innovative variant incorporates a tensioning mechanism into the conventional decoiler design. The mechanism encompasses guide rods, reciprocating screws, a torque motor, and a sophisticated control unit. Through the coordinated action of these components, the mechanism tightens the sheet coil dispatched from the press’s discharge point, ensuring uniform and orderly coiling of the waste material. Notably, the reciprocating screw is intricately linked to the torque motor within this personalized decoiler. The torque produced by the motor is finely regulated by the control unit. As the coiling diameter on the material-supporting tile expands, the torque motor’s output can be precisely adjusted via torque control, thereby maintaining a consistent tension during the coiling process. This strategic approach guarantees that the waste material is consistently taut, thus facilitating a methodical wrapping procedure.

In practical application, the customized decoiler comes to life as the reciprocating screw on the material-supporting tile is set into motion by the torque motor. The waste material, a result of the cutting process, is guided by the meticulously engineered guide rods and elegantly wound around the material-supporting tile. Concurrently, the reciprocating screw moves laterally under the impetus of the motor’s driving force. This lateral motion effectively shifts the guide rods, enabling a seamless and uniform coiling of the waste material on the material-supporting tile. Additionally, in comparison to the standard decoiler, our customized iteration features four additional mobile casters. These casters provide the flexibility needed for dynamic repositioning in alignment with the diverse and evolving production requirements.

In conclusion, the innovation represented by our specialized coiling decoiler significantly elevates the efficiency and precision of the stamping production process. By seamlessly addressing the complexities of waste material coiling, this solution not only streamlines operations but also optimizes resource utilization, ultimately contributing to enhanced economic gains. The integration of advanced mechanisms and thoughtful design elements ensures that waste material management becomes a well-coordinated and effective facet of the overall stamping workflow.