When the water cutting machine is operating, it is necessary to determine the lead-in line for cutting to complete the cutting work of the workpiece according to this route. However, some users do not understand the meaning of the introduction line? Not to mention what are the requirements?
The so-called lead-in line is actually very well understood. In order to ensure the cutting quality of the workpiece, it is generally not arranged directly on the working contour, but rather it is separated from the workpiece by a certain distance, that is to say it can enter the contour of the workpiece after a cutting line. This cutting line is the lead-in line, and its length is mainly determined by the thickness of the material and the cutting method. The thicker the thickness, the longer the lead-in line.
The introduction of the introduction of the line is also a lot of stress, for example, for the higher quality of the cutting contact, the best use of round lead; and the actual work is generally used straight leads, but prone to dents. When designing the lead-in, waste should be minimized and utilization should be increased.
The lead-in line should be as short as possible without affecting the perforation and cutting, and the introduction direction should be consistent with the direction of the cutting machine, so as to facilitate the smooth completion of water cutting.