Operations Of The Decoiler Machine
If you are looking for a compact, affordable tool that will do the job for you – then look no further! Dec spoiler is a unique tool that can be used in any industry. This product is a dual decider which uses two copper magnetic coils in order to form an infinitely variable magnetic surface on which the object to be formed lies. When the object is positioned on the coil, this becomes a permanent magnet and therefore aligns itself so that the object lays flat against the magnetic field.
The Dec spoiler is ideal for multi-story straightening and high precision routing operations. It is designed specifically for use with IDP, MDF, and PCV applications because it provides an accurate and consistent surface. Due to its extremely high precision construction, the coil weight is very low. The passive double curve dec spoiler is also ideal for small hand held pressure forming lines and high speed feed lines.
The JMS brand of coil straightener machine has an S-type feeder machine that features a removable plate for the attachment of flexible object. The flexible object can either be supplied or the operator can create their own custom feeding system for their specific applications. The machine uses a direct drive system that is made of an aluminum extrusion. The high precision dual control roller bearing system enables the user to form a precision surface as accurately as possible.
A standard Dec spoilers unit has the ability to perform two operations: pre-load and post-load operation. The pre-load operation is where the machine rolls forward to accommodate loads that have been placed on it. Once loaded, the rollers will continue to move in a straight line until they encounter a point of contact with a wall or obstacle.
The second operation is post-load operation. This allows the operator to place on-hand materials for the cutting, forming and other processes during the process. The material will then be passed through the sheet metal feeders of the decoder machine to ensure that it is fed into the right holes. Each blade will then be manually driven to cut the material to required standards. The decoder machine can also form straight sections and curves onto the sheet metal.
The stamping machine can be used to form straight coils and curved coils. If the flat coils are used, the operator will only need two tools: a mallet and a drill. A simple process of sliding the mallet into the slots will then produce a coil formed to exact specifications. There are two types of feeds available for the decoiler which are rotary and spiral. The rotary feed line can be selected by turning a handle provided on the front side of the machine.