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DEEP DRAWING AND MACHINING OF COVER STRIKER ASSEMBLY

DEEP DRAWING AND MACHINING OF COVER STRIKER ASSEMBLY

This precision-drawn brass tube is part of an auxiliary input striker adaptor for explosive industry. It is designed as an in-primer tube plug-in device for explosive detonator systems.

Produced from C26000 brass and coated with especially composed lacquer, it is formed on a 110 SEW in die transfer press. All of the tooling was designed and fabricated at LEXOR. The drawn tube has four different stage of hardness from lip to crown. The estimated annual usage of this product is 700,000 units.

HIGHLIGHTS OF CUSTOM STAMPINGS OF COVER STRIKER ASSEMBLY
Product Description Primary Secondary
Stamping Capabilities Applied/Processes
Die Design and Manufacturing
High frequency annealing SPM
micro hardness testing
Grain size inspection
Equipment Used to Manufacture Part
SEW 110 TON power press with in-die transfer system
Tightest Tolerances
± 0.025 mm
Material Used
BRASS C26000
In process testing/inspection performed
Dimensional Inspection
  • Standard Gauges
  • Custom Gauges
  • Visual Inspection
  • Water Pressure test
Industry for Use
Explosive industry
Volume
700,000 Units Annually
Delivery/Turnaround Time
3 - 4 Weeks After Receipt of Order
Standards Met
Customer Supplied Print, 2D CAD Drawing
Product Name
Cover striker Assembly