The working principle of an orbital riveting machine is to secure rivets through a rotating orbital motion. This type of machine is typically driven by an electric motor and consists of a rotating shaft and a rivet head.
When the operator places the workpiece with the rivet into the machine, it is activated, and the rotating orbital motion begins. The rivet head comes into contact with the workpiece and applies pressure while rotating. This rotational motion generates radial and axial forces on the rivet, effectively fastening it to the workpiece.
The advantages of an orbital riveting machine include the ability to secure multiple rivets in a single operation and provide even force distribution, ensuring the strength and consistency of the rivets. Additionally, due to the rotational orbital motion, it can be applied to workpieces of different shapes and sizes.
In summary, an orbital riveting machine operates by securing rivets through a rotating orbital motion. It offers efficiency, even force distribution, and versatility for workpieces of various shapes and sizes.