The stainless steel water sink production line is an automated manufacturing line that includes processes such as steel coil unwinding, cutting, and stamping to shape the sinks. This production line utilizes robots to replace manual labor, allowing for the automatic completion of sink manufacturing.
The stainless steel water sink production line consists of two main parts: the material supply unit and the sink stamping unit. These two parts are connected by a logistics transfer unit, which facilitates the transportation of materials between them. The material supply unit includes equipment such as coil unwinders, film laminators, flatteners, cutters, and stackers. The logistics transfer unit consists of transfer carts, material stacking lines, and empty pallet storage lines. The stamping unit comprises four processes: angle cutting, primary stretching, secondary stretching, edge trimming, which involve the use of hydraulic presses and robot automation.
The production capacity of this line is 2 pieces per minute, with an annual output of approximately 230,000 pieces.