The stainless steel coffee carafe is processed by more than one hundred processes such as fire bar, welding, water swelling, stamping, stretching, cutting and trimming, vacuuming, sandblasting, electrolysis, polishing, and packaging.
How is the electrolytic polishing process in the process of stainless steel vacuum flask processing?
The electrolytic polishing of stainless steel coffee carafe is a processing method that uses the principle of anodic dissolution of stainless steel metal in the electrolyte to remove redundant materials on the workpiece.
At the beginning of the electrochemical machining of the stainless steel coffee pot, the shape of the anode of the workpiece is different from that of the cathode, and the distance from each point on the surface of the vacuum cup to the surface is different, so the current density of each point is different. The current density passing by the closer interval is large, and the flow velocity of the electrolyte is often higher, and the anode solution speed is faster; on the contrary, the current density passing by the longer interval is smaller, and the anode solution speed is slower.
When continuously feeding, the various points on the surface of the coffee vacuum cup work piece will be dissolved at different solution speeds, and the shape of the vacuum cup work piece will gradually approach the shape of the thing, until the shape of the thing is "reflected" on the work piece and the targeted shape is gained.