Rolled material is being cold or hot formed in two or more multi-part moulds by sledgehammers or moulding presses while the structure of the material remains intact. This procedure helps to retain excellent mechanical properties.
The forged parts prove to be ductile and highly resilient. Sudden shock overload applied to these parts does not lead to brittle cracks. In fact the parts reduce tension peaks by plastic flow without any particular constructional effort.
The alredy existing very good mechanical properties can be optimized by heat treatment which offers perfect preconditions for later machining steps. Dimensional accuracy can be reached by combining processing methods such as warm-cold-forming or cold which can make additional machinery unnecessary.
|Materials:||steel, stainless steel, aluminium, brass, copper, nickel|
|Weight per piece:||0.015 kg to 150 kg|
|Dimensions:||depending on their dimension, form and material conditions|
|Quantities:||from 1 to 100 000 pieces per lots (depending on pieces)|
|Processing options:||any requirement is possible (external partner)|
|Heat treatment:||any requirement is possible (external partner)|
|Surface coating:||any requirement is possible (external partner)|