This machine is specially designed for the splicing of resistance pins and wires. The wires can be automatically cut to a fixed length and stripped at both ends. One end is spliced with the resistance wire pins, and the other end is crimped. In addition, the function of automatic heat-shrinkable tube insertion can also be selected. The resistance wire can be installed in a coil or in bulk. The bulk resistance wire can be automatically fed through the vibrating disc, and the length of the resistance wire pin can be automatically cut off according to requirements.
Servo motor is used to feed the material, the cutting length and stripping length are precise, and the positioning is accurate. The copper tape machine is integrally formed with nodular cast iron, the whole machine has strong rigidity and high crimping precision. In addition, a terminal pressure monitor can be selected to monitor the change of the pressure curve of each crimp in real time. When the pressure is abnormal, it can automatically alarm and stop to ensure product quality.
Splicing wires with copper tapes is cheaper than traditional soldering or terminal crimping, economical and environmentally friendly. There is no waste in the splicing process of copper tapes. The copper tapes have been treated with special texture. The spliced products have strong tensile strength and high quality. Stable and reliable. With its excellent performance, this machine has become a sharp tool in the resistance wire splicing wire industry.
Maximum pressure: 2T
Applicable wire: AWG24~16
Cutting length: ≥45mm
Peeling length: 0~16mm
Cutting accuracy: ±(0.1+L*2‰) L=cutting length
Copper tape width: 1~8mm
Copper tape thickness: 0.2~0.5mm
Crimping accuracy: ±0.05mm
Production efficiency: 700~1200 pieces/hour
Operation interface: color touch screen
Optional functions: wear heat shrinkable tube, pressure monitor, safety shield, etc.
Air pressure requirement: 0.5~0.7Mpa
Working voltage: 220V 50/60Hz
Rated power: 2000W
Net weight: 450kg
Note: Conforms to the relevant CE directives on machine safety and electromagnetic compatibility.