We often see a wide variety of tableware in supermarkets, stores, and on the tabletops of our homes. They are all premium and unique. Before the finished product comes out, do you know how the finished tableware is made? Do you know what tableware is like from steel plates to various knives/forks/spoons and teaspoons etc?
Today we take you to our factory to see how it is made.
Please see the following stainless steel tableware process flow. 1. Soften metal materials The raw material is a piece of steel. Factory workers place steel plates on machines and molds.
Use a machine to preliminarily cut the product. The product at this point is very rough, straight and shapeless. 2. Forging press As just said, the current product has no shape.
Just a thick slab. So it needs to be wider and longer. Spoons and forks need to be wider.
Knives need to be longer. It would be better to cut the shape. 3. Cut out the blank The product is wider and longer after forging.
Need to cut off unwanted parts. Make the shape more refined. 4. Perforation This process is specific to forks.
The spoon does not need to do this process. Because the top of the fork has tines and is machine perforated. 5. Punching pattern Punch patterns are usually made on the handle.
Never made spoon heads, knife and fork heads. Because it is easy to leave dirt. Difficult to clean and not suitable for everyday use.
Different patterns can be made. Like lines, flowers, some animal shapes and more. Can be produced according to customer requirements.
6. Polish After the above 5 steps, it is polishing. Polishing can make the surface of the tableware more bright and beautiful. Available in barrel polished, hand polished, mirror polished, super premium mirror polished and matte polished.
Different polishing methods will produce different effects. 7. Cleaning After polishing, place a basket of knives, spoons, and forks in the sink to wash. It needs to be cleaned with special water.
Almost all of them are machine washable. Make sure the surface of the utensils looks clean. 8. Inspection After washing in the sink, the utensils flow off the conveyor belt.
Inspectors will stand by to check the quality. If the cutlery is qualified, you can go to the next step. 9. Packaging At the end of the conveyor, there are workers on both sides.
They picked up the cutlery. Put them one by one in a plastic bag. Then tie it into a bunch with a plastic ring.
Finally, into the master carton or customer's packaging. 10. Transportation After packaging, the cutlery can be sent to customers by different shipping methods. For small amounts a gas path can be used.
The container will use sea. Shipping will be cheaper. I hope the above brief introduction to the process of stainless steel tableware can help you have a rough understanding.
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