forging hammer

forging hammer

[′fȯrj·iŋ ‚ham·ər]
(metallurgy)
A hammer used to pound metal into forgings.
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To produce these products, equipment such as a five-ton free forging hammer, a three-ton forging hammer, and a 1600ton/4000ton/8000 ton pressure machineare used to help clients achieve their ideal forging solution.
The blame for the collapse, according to many people in the area, was the 5cwt- forging hammer at a local factory pounding from 6am to 10pm each day vibrating surrounding houses.
The torque tubes will be manufactured by Doncasters Precision Forgings in Sheffield, UK from stainless steel using the site's four tonne closed die forging hammer.
It was aimed to isolate a 1250Kg forging hammer located in the Forging Workshop (IUS--Brasov, Romania) and the inlets and outlets pressurized air pipe.
Hammer size and control: For most people a 2-1/2 pound blacksmith cross peen forging hammer is best.
The pounds 500,000 hydraulic double-acting die forging hammer, produces precision forged parts in an energy efficient, environmentally friendly way.
Pre-Qualification Criteria: SHOULD HAVE FORGING HAMMER INFRASTRACTURE AND HEATING FURNACE AND HEAT TREATMENT FACILITY FOR HEAVY FORGINGS.
The single biggest purchase in every sense was a new German Banning forging hammer, which came in at a hefty pounds 600,000 and is capable of delivering four tonne strikes at the rate of twice a second -sending tremors across the site and even as far as a local housing estate until retro fitted springs were installed to literally soften the blows.
Here the shoe was held in a post vise and the tips bent with a forging hammer.
But to meet the work the company needed an additional forging hammer and induction heating equipment to meet the increased requirements.
SHOULD HAVE SUFFICIENT CAPACITY FORGING HAMMER WITH FURNACE TO CARRY OUT THE CRANKSHAFT FORGING.