Steel shield forged F clip 120x600mm / 1 · High-quality steel forging and special heat treatment to ensure the clamping hardness
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Steel shield forged F clip 80x160mm
The G-clip is a hardware tool for holding various shapes of workpieces, modules, and the like to fix the G-shape. G-clip is also called shrimp bow code, C-clip, wood clips and so on. The utility model has the advantages of wide application range and convenient carrying, and the G-shaped clip adopts a screw-in design, and can freely adjust the range to be clamped, and the clamping force is large. It is usually forged from high carbon steel. Overall heat treatment, durability and strength. Metals are forged to improve their structural and mechanical properties. After the hot-working deformation of the cast structure by the forging method, the original coarse dendrites and columnar grains become the equiaxed recrystallized structure with fine grains and uniform size due to the deformation and recrystallization of the metal, so that the original segregation in the steel ingot, The compaction and welding of loose, stomata and slag inclusions make the structure more compact and improve the plasticity and mechanical properties of the metal. The mechanical properties of castings are lower than those of forgings of the same material. In addition, the forging process can ensure the continuity of the metal fiber structure, so that the fiber structure of the forging is consistent with the shape of the forging, and the metal streamline is complete, which can ensure the good mechanical properties and long service life of the part. Forgings produced by precision die forging, cold extrusion, and warm extrusion are unmatched by castings. The G-clip is designed with a screw-in design that allows you to freely adjust the range to be clamped and has a large clamping force. It is hot forged with 45-gauge carbon steel. Overall heat treatment, durability and strength. Ductile iron, galvanized or blackened. G clamp operation is relatively simple, only adjust the screw bolt to control the tightness. The F-type woodworking clamp includes a guide rod, and one end is fixedly connected with a fixed arm, and the rod body is provided with a movable arm, and a handle screw is arranged near one end of the movable arm, and a lower pressing block is mounted on the top of the handle screw, corresponding to the fixed arm One end of the lower pressing block is formed with an upper pressing block, a lower part of the guiding rod is provided with a hexagonal hole, and a lower end of the guiding rod is provided with a bayonet for preventing the guiding rod from slipping off. The F-clip is used by sliding the movable arm by hand. When sliding, the movable arm must be parallel with the guide. Otherwise, it will slide and slide to the width of the workpiece. The workpiece can be placed between the two arms and then slowly Rotate the screw bolt on the movable arm to clamp the workpiece and adjust it to fit the tightness to release the workpiece. There is a bayonet on the guide rod to prevent the guide rod from slipping off, ensuring that it will not loosen when clamping the workpiece. There is a block on each of the two armes to prevent the workpiece from being strongly clamped while the workpiece is being clamped. The surface is flat.
|Dimensions||16 × 8 cm|