Continuous Wire Drawing Machine

SuperbMelt wire pressing machine helps customers press wires into shape at one time

SuperbMelt Continuous Wire Drawing Machine is used for producing metal wires such as gold, silver, and copper. This machine is capable of pressing wires into the range of 12-3.2mm in one go, which is several times faster than ordinary wire pressing machines, effectively addressing production issues for large-scale chain manufacturers.

  • Compared to ordinary wire pressing machines, the Continuous Wire Drawing Machine offers faster wire pressing speed and higher precision, capable of pressing 0-50 meters per minute in one go.
  • The Continuous Wire Drawing Machine is suitable for large-scale jewelry chain processing plants, helping factories increase production capacity and reduce labor costs.

SuperbMelt, a professional wire pressing machine manufacturer in China, helps customers solve jewelry chain casting problems!

Using coiling wheels instead of manual wire pulling saves labor, increases production efficiency, and reduces labor costs.

Using 20 sets of rolls for wire pressing allows the wire to be pressed into the applicable range at once, increasing the overall wire pressing speed and thus solving the problem of mass production.

Preventing wire coiling misalignment can greatly save labor, increase efficiency, and reduce labor costs.

Why SuperbMelt Continuous Wire Drawing Machine

Professional R&D Team:
Over 15 years R&D experience in gold machinery with a top engineer team supported
High Quality:
Only choose famous brand main electric components for production
ISO CE SGS Approved:
Professional certification bodies certify that the machines are of high quality

    Any Question About SuperbMelt Continuous Wire Drawing Machine

    1. How many types of wire drawing machines are there?

    • Single-block wire drawing machine: Usually utilized for lower production quantities and smaller wire diameters.
    • Multi-block wire drawing machine: With many blocks placed in sequence, this machine is appropriate for larger wire diameters and higher production quantities.
    • Larger wire sizes can be drawn using a bull block wire drawing machine, frequently in just one pass over a single die.
    • Continuous wire drawing machine: Pulls wire through a sequence of dies to lengthen and reduce diameter while operating constantly.
    • Wet wire drawing machine: Uses coolant or lubricant to minimize heat accumulation and friction during drawing.
    • Dry wire drawing machine: Ideal for drawing some non-ferrous metals, this machine runs without the need of coolant or lubricants.
    • A wire drawing machine with a horizontal configuration of dies and pulling mechanisms, ideal for specific uses and limited space.
    • A vertical wire drawing machine offers advantages in specific applications and space layouts due to its vertical die and pulling mechanism configuration.

    2. What is the difference between wire drawing and rod drawing?

    The metalworking industry uses both wire drawing and rod drawing to reduce the diameter of metal rods or wires, however there are some important differences between the two processes:

    • The input material for wire drawing is a reduction in the diameter of metal wires. A coil or spool of wire is usually used as the starting material.
    • Rod Drawing: In rod drawing, the diameter of metal rods is decreased. Usually, a billet or straight metal rod serves as the beginning material.
    • Method: Wire drawing: To obtain the required diameter, the metal wire is pushed through a succession of progressively smaller dies. As a result of this procedure, the wire becomes longer and less diameter.
    • Rod Drawing: To decrease the diameter of the metal rod, it is similarly drawn through a sequence of dies in rod drawing. In contrast to wire drawing, rod drawing typically requires fewer drawing stages because the starting material is already closer to the target 
    • Applications: Wire Drawing: Wire drawing is widely used to create thin wires for jewelry, electrical wiring, mesh, and fence, among other uses.
    • Rod Drawing: Rods with a smaller diameter are produced via rod drawing for use in shafts, fasteners, and structural elements.
    • Equipment: Wire Drawing: Wire drawing machines usually consist of a straight line of dies, and a capstan or other similar mechanism pulls the wire through each die.
    • Rod Drawing: Rod drawing machines are made to handle beginning materials with a bigger diameter and usually require heavier-duty equipment. Their designs may be comparable to those of wire drawing machines.

    3. What is a Continuous Wire Drawing Machine?

    A Continuous Wire Drawing Machine is a piece of equipment used to reduce the diameter of metal wires continuously, typically by pulling them through a series of dies.

    4. How does a Continuous Wire Drawing Machine work?

    Continuous Wire Drawing Machines work by feeding metal wire through a series of dies, which progressively reduce its diameter while increasing its length.

    5. What types of metals can be processed using a Continuous Wire Drawing Machine?

    Continuous Wire Drawing Machines can process various metals, including steel, copper, aluminum, and alloys such as brass and bronze.

    6. What are the main components of a Continuous Wire Drawing Machine?

    The main components include the wire payoff system, drawing dies, capstans, drawing drums, cooling system, lubrication system, and wire coiler.

    7. What are the advantages of using a Continuous Wire Drawing Machine?

    Advantages include high production efficiency, precise control over wire diameter, improved surface finish, and the ability to process a wide range of wire sizes and materials.

    8. How is the wire diameter controlled in a Continuous Wire Drawing Machine?

    The wire diameter is controlled by adjusting the size of the drawing dies and the speed of the wire drawing process.

    9. What safety precautions should be taken when operating a Continuous Wire Drawing Machine?

    Safety precautions include wearing appropriate protective gear, ensuring proper machine guarding, and following lockout/tagout procedures when performing maintenance.

    10. What maintenance is required for a Continuous Wire Drawing Machine?

    Maintenance tasks may include regular lubrication, inspection of dies and components for wear, cleaning of coolant systems, and alignment checks.

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