HOT FORGING

WITH MIND AND TECHNOLOGY

The transformation itself is proceeded on efficient spindle presses with a processing range of 5 to 50 mm in diameter and a length of up to 450 mm.

But our activity does not start with the production itself. By having the core competences of engineering as well as tool conception and construction available in-house, we are able to provide savings of time and effort. And our capability to offer secondary process steps as turning or milling operations and thread rolling under the same roof is another argument for us as a provider of system solutions.

5 – 50 mm

DIAMETER

450 mm

MAX LENGTH

Rely on our reliability!

Materials must resist to extreme forces, systems must be kept functional and fasteners must fulfil their function with highest accuracy during their whole lifetime. This is absolutely self-evident for all of our activities and of course also for our hot forging parts. By specific partial heating of blanks in induction systems we achieve a fast, energy-saving and material-protecting heating of all suitable materials.

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INFORMATION ON THE SUBJECT OF HOT FORGING

Hot forming is particularly suitable for heavy-duty components and materials, e.g. Inconel. During massive forming, only low forming forces are used due to the heat supply. Compared to cold forming, formability is extremely high.

This production technology requires a high energy input. It is important to consider costs and benefits in order to obtain the best possible result from hot forming

In forming technology, we distinguish between cold, warm and hot forming.

The heat input in the forging process enables the forming of high-strength materials, which is practical for high-strength components

The temperature during the forming process is variable, depending on the respective type and material. Each material has a different microstructure and requires a specific temperature range.

In cold forming, material consumption is significantly lower due to lubrication or tool loading.

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FURTHER TECHNOLOGIES

COLD FORMING

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MACHINING

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GRINDING

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