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Metal forming



We provide a large variety of techniques that make metal forming at different stress states and conditions feasible. The tables below provide an overview about our machines, including the largest and smallest dimensions of the samples that can be formed.

Forging

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air-hammermx 2.5kNmD=14mm - 80 mm

 

Swaging

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rotory swager4 plungers (up to 1000°C)D=6.7mm - 28.8mm
rotory swager2 plungers (RT only)D=0.3mm - 9mm

 

Drawing

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chain drawing benchl up to 18mD=3mm - 30mm
chain drawing benchl up to 3mD=0.5mm - 6mm
bull blockbobbin-D=600mmD below 6.5mm
bull blockbobbin-D=400mmD below 4.5mm
fine wire bull blockD=0.1mm - 0.5mm

 

Rolling

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duo rolling millroll-D=280mm (high T)h=1mm - 50mm; w max 200mm
quatro rolling millroll-D=110mm/320mmh=0.1mm - 4mm; w max 200mm
profile rolling millroll-D=110mmSW=6.5mm - D=20mm
profile rolling millroll-D=88mmSW=1.5mm - D=8mm
fine rolling mill6 rolls (D=40mm)h=0.05mm - 0.5mm; w max 40mm
fine rolling mill12 rolls (D=11mm)h=0.015mm - 0.1mm; w max 30mm
fine duo rolling millroll-D=80mmh=0.09mm - 2mm; w max 10mm

D=diamteter; w=width; h=height; SW=width across flats