From the point of view of the manufacturing process, three things need to be done: neat terminal feeding, level terminal placement, and alignment of mold jaws
The orderly feeding of terminals means that when feeding, it is necessary to ensure that the terminals do not collide with the surrounding parts, so that the terminals can enter the crimping area smoothly;
When the terminal is placed flush, it is not only required to be flush under static conditions, but also not to lift up during the crimping process. This requires the design of the mold to have a structure that can press the front of the terminal, so that the crimping action can only be performed after the terminal is fixed.
The alignment of the die jaws is critical to ensure a tight fit between the wire and the terminal, especially for small wire crimps. The deviation of the centrality of the jaws leads to the increase of burrs at the bottom of the crimp.
In addition to controlling the uniformity of the mechanical fit of the crimping die during the manufacturing process, the maintenance of the jaws is also a very important link. After the claw design and acceptance are completed, the claws need to be maintained regularly to avoid claw wear and terminal damage. At the same time, during the crimping process, the crimping oil can also be added to reduce the blade’s adhesion to the terminal crimping and stress release, so as to achieve a perfect crimping effect.

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