forging press

forging press

[′fȯrj·iŋ ‚pres]
(metallurgy)
A press designed to operate dies in die forging.
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com/research/3l78rc/global_hot) has announced the addition of the "Global Hot Forging Press Industry Report 2015" report to their offering.
Synopsis: The hydraulic forging press is becoming increasingly important to the any blacksmith shop.
SQuAD Forging said its 10,000 ton capacity aerospace hydraulic forging press has arrived at its manufacturing facility in Aequs SEZ at Belgaum, India.
Business was slowed by the repair of a forging press in Houston, the rebuilding of a forging press in Grafton, Mass.
Hollow-head engine valves are manufactured from cylindrical metal material using a forging press to create a hollow extending throughout both the valve stem and head.
The Machinery segment offers logistics systems, parking lot systems, forging press equipment and industrial turbine pumps.
The advanced forging press will manufacture large forgings mainly for the aircraft industry, which is growing worldwide.
In 2005, Forgemasters cast a forging press traverse weighing 374 tons for SMS Meer, Cranberry Township, Pa.
If you're a machine shop, to buy a forging press and all the facilities and experience, it would be a gigantic investment.
The die-hydraulic forging press will be used for large aircraft parts, including key components for jumbo jets.
Originally manufactured in America as a forging press, the machinery met with disaster during its maiden trip to England in the 1950s.
Forging costs: The same forging press can be used to manufacture products of significantly different weights.