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Model No.: SVI-148
Dimension: As Per Drawing/order
Standard: ASTM, ASME, DIN, JIS, ISO, BS, API, EN
Finishing Surface: Machined Surface With Tectyl891, Other Surface Wit
Supply Chain Process: PPAP V
Mould Time: 15-20days
Material: Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Aluminum Alloy, Zinc A, Brass, Steel, Iron, SS, Aluminum
Application: Automotive & Transportation Parts; Fitness Equipme
Processing: Sand Casting, Forging+blasting+Machining
Casting Bronze Parts: OEM Casting Sand Bronze Component
Forging Of Steel Parts: Forging Of Steel Machined Part
Packaging: Export cartons, pallets, wooden cases, Polybags or as per client's request
Productivity: 50000pcs per month
Place of Origin: china mainland(zhejiang)
Supply Ability: 50000pcs per month
To overcome some shortcomings of the drop-hammer, the counterblow machine or impactor is used. In a counterblow machine both the hammer and anvil move and the workpiece is held between them. Here excess energy becomes recoil. This allows the machine to work horizontally and have a smaller base. Other advantages include less noise, heat and vibration. It also produces a distinctly different flow pattern. Both of these machines can be used for open-die or closed-die forging.
A forging press, often just called a press, is used for press forging. There are two main types: mechanical and hydraulic presses. Mechanical presses function by using cams, cranks and/or toggles to produce a preset (a predetermined force at a certain location in the stroke) and reproducible stroke. Due to the nature of this type of system, different forces are available at different stroke positions. Mechanical presses are faster than their hydraulic counterparts (up to 50 strokes per minute). Their capacities range from 3 to 160 MN (300 to 18,000 short tons-force). Hydraulic presses use fluid pressure and a piston to generate force. The advantages of a hydraulic press over a mechanical press are its flexibility and greater capacity. The disadvantages include a slower, larger, and costlier machine to operate.
The roll forging, upsetting, and automatic hot forging processes all use specialized machinery
Forging of steel
Depending on the forming temperature steel forging can be divided into:
Hot forging of steel Forging temperatures above the recrystallization temperature between 950 - 1250 °C
Low forming forces
Constant tensile strength of the workpieces
Warm forging of steel Forging temperatures between 750 – 950 °C
Less or no scaling at the workpiece surface
Narrower tolerances achievable than in hot forging
Limited formability and higher forming forces than for hot forging
Lower forming forces than in cold forming
Cold forging of steel Forging temperatures at room conditions, self-heating up to 150 °C due to the forming energy
Narrowest tolerances achievable
No scaling at workpiece surface
Increase of strength and decrease of ductility due to strain hardening
Low formability and high forming forces are necessary
For industrial processes steel alloys are primarily forged in hot condition. Brass, bronze, copper, precious metals and their alloys are manufactured by cold forging processes, while each metal requires a different forging temperature.
The most common type of forging equipment is the hammer and anvil. Principles behind the hammer and anvil are still used today in drop-hammer equipment. The principle behind the machine is simple: raise the hammer and drop it or propel it into the workpiece, which rests on the anvil. The main variations between drop-hammers are in the way the hammer is powered; the most common being air and steam hammers. Drop-hammers usually operate in a vertical position. The main reason for this is excess energy (energy that isn't used to deform the workpiece) that isn't released as heat or sound needs to be transmitted to the foundation. Moreover, a large machine base is needed to absorb the impacts.
To overcome some shortcomings of the drop-hammer, the counterblow machine or impactor is used. In a counterblow machine both the hammer and anvil move and the workpiece is held between them. Here excess energy becomes recoil. This allows the machine to work horizontally and have a smaller base. Other advantages include less noise, heat and vibration. It also produces a distinctly different flow pattern. Both of these machines can be used for open-die or closed-die forging.Photos of Forging of steel machined part
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