The working principle of aluminum profile extruder is a physical deformation principle. It uses ancillary equipment such as electromagnetic heating furnaces or coil induction heating furnaces to heat the aluminum rods to about 450 ° C and then extrudes them with an extruder. The principle of the extruder is that the aluminum rods heated by the device in the extruder barrel are propelled at one end. The other end is the corresponding mold. Under the pressure output of the hydraulic system, the extrusion rod pushes the aluminum rod toward the mold. After the aluminum rod is physically deformed from the mold at high temperature, it will become the corresponding aluminum profile and then it will be cooled and sawed.
In the spring of 1965, a group of DuPont researchers developed a polymer material with completely new physical properties in their laboratory, which was then called FIBER B. Researchers have learned that if a high-molecular substance’s molecules can be polymerized from symmetric molecules with para-direction rather than meta-position oriented molecules, then a super molecular bond can be produced.
In the industrial industry, the aluminum industry can be said to be unpredictable and wide in scope. Because in its aluminum industry, it can be subdivided into industrial materials such as aluminum ingots, aluminum square plates, aluminum tubes, and aluminum profiles. At the same time, due to its different shapes, its uses and industries are also different. It is used in a series of large-scale production lines such as industrial electronics production lines and food production lines, so the demand for it in the industry is also great.
Judging from the current production of aluminum profiles, the application of aluminum extrusion dies is becoming more and more extensive and the role of supporting aluminum profile production is becoming more and more obvious. Based on the important role of aluminum extrusion dies, in the process of designing aluminum extrusion dies, improving its scientificity and rationality is of great significance to the design of aluminum extrusion dies.