Push-pull self-locking connector production process
Push-pull self-locking connectors generally consist of plugs and sockets. The connection and disconnection of the circuit are realized through the plug, socket and plug and disconnect, so the various connection modes of the plug and socket are generated. For push-pull self-locking connectors, there are mainly threaded connection, bayonet connection and pin connection in three ways.
There are many types of electronic connectors, such as circular push-pull connectors, plastic connectors, connectors dust caps etc, but the manufacturing process is basically the same. The manufacturing of connectors can generally be divided into four stages: stamping, electroplating, injection molding, and assembly.
The Push-pull self-locking connector manufacturing process of electronic connectors generally starts with stamping pins. Through a large high-speed punching machine, the electronic connector (pin) is punched from a thin metal strip.
The connector pins should be sent to the electroplating section after the stamping is completed. At this stage, the electrical contact surface of the connector will be plated with various metal coatings.
3, Injection molding
The plastic box seat of the electronic connector is made in the injection molding stage. The usual process is to inject the molten plastic into the metal fetal film, and then quickly cool it to form.
The final stage of electronic connector manufacturing(such as Push-pull self-locking connector) is finished product assembly. There are two ways to connect the electroplated pins to the injection box seat: individual mating or combined mating. No matter which connection method is adopted, the manufacturer requires all pins to be inspected for defects and correct positioning during the assembly stage; another type of routine inspection task is related to the measurement of the distance between the mating surfaces of the connector.
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