When continuously shearing to length, the following main factors affect the accuracy of the length: there is an error between the linear speed of the rolling material movement and the cold shearing operating speed, that is, there is an error between the actual running speed of the rolling material and the set speed of the continuous shearing line, resulting in Cutting to length is not accurate.
There are many factors that cause this error, such as: the linear speed of the magnetic conveyor does not match the linear speed of the roller; the magnetic force of the permanent magnetic plate of the magnetic conveyor is weakened, and there is relative sliding between the rolled material and the magnetic conveyor chain; the electromagnetic force of the electromagnetic roller Poor adjustment, there is relative sliding between the rolling material and the electromagnetic roller; the roller wear is large, the diameter becomes smaller, the linear speed changes, etc. By adjusting parameters and replacing equipment, the impact of the above factors on the fixed length can be reduced, so that the actual running speed of the rolled material is consistent with the cold shearing speed.
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