Where is the opening bucket marked? What method is used to mark the open iron drum? Molding, screen printing, or stencil printing? Or stamping on a steel plate?
1. All open iron drum signs are printed in one place (on the side of the open barrel close to the weld), the relevant mark can be found without turning the open barrel.
Second, the open iron drum sign is automatically punched on the barrel just before the barrel is welded, so there is no need to compare the pre-molded barrel lid with the barrel. Open barrels are "dedicated" until they are welded, so there is very little chance of error.
Third, the welder operator can easily and quickly change the mark, instead of requiring a complete set of molds in the press shop to change the stamping process.
Fourth, the mark impression is a "ready-made" part, so any future added mark can be added at a low cost.
5. The inner surface of the barrel remains flat after stamping. Therefore, the rupture or collapse point of the liner which occurs as molded on the lid is not produced.
Sixth, due to the use of molded barrel lids, molded parts have been significantly reduced, and the stock of barrel lids has been reduced. The method of sluggish and backward molded cap stocks in the past will be cancelled.
Seven, with flexibility. The logo plate can be changed in about 20 seconds, so there is no need to arrange a production plan for the press shop in advance for the molding process obtained on the lid.www.fhpails.com