Wire drawing is an significant step in manufacturing processed wires. TY Metal constantly invested in its machinery to produce the best precision drawn wires.
.Wire drawing is often referred to cold drawing, it is a process of reducing the cross section of a wire by pulling through a die or series of dies. Because of the increasing demands of wire properties, demands of wire drawing machines are also on the rise.
To supply the best precision drawn wires to our customers, TY Metal constantly upgrades machines of its drawing machinery in order to manufacture the highest level quality wires.
Our drawing machines including:
The range of our wires are:
|Annealed Skinpassed Wire
|0.8 mm - 10.0 mm
|± 0.02 mm
|over 10.0 mm
|± 0.04 mm
|3.0 mm - 25.0 mm
|± 0.05 mm
|Remove abrasive scale on the surface of raw wire rods.
|Apply drawing lubricant onto the surface of the wire to aid cold drawing.
|Because the dies are always smaller than the section of wire, we sharpen the wire ends so it can pass through the drawing dies smoothly.
|The pointed end of the wire passes through the dies and enters a gripping device of the drawing machine. The drawing machine pulls the remaining of the wire to go through the dies. The wire's cross section is reduced and its profile shaped.
|The drawn products appeared a bright finish, with desired mechanical properties.
|To produce the desired shape and tolerances for complex wire profiles, coils may need to be drawn several times. This process let wires draw through smaller and smaller die openings. To increase ductility and remove cold work, wires are usually annealed between each drawing pass.