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Technical Solutions for Cold Forging

Combined with an optimum steel material, "x method" cold forging technology makes the impossible happen

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Cold forging prototyping (forging method simulation)

At our laboratory, cold-forged parts can be prototyped to make sure their forging load and shape are designed properly.

Our 600-ton double-action press / The number of axes vs. forging load of the double action press:[2 to 3 axes 1.Slide 2.Upper knockout 3.Lower knockout Forging load0-200tonf Pinion shaft / 200-400tonf Cup-shaped part / 400-600tonf CVJ outer (60% of the real size)][4 axes 1.Slide 2.Upper knockout 3.Lower knockout 4.Fully enclosed upper die Forging load about400tonf Bevel gear / 400tonf-600tonf Wheel hub (miniature)][5 axes 1.Slide 2.Upper knockout 3.Lower knockout 4.Fully enclosed upper die  5.Fully enclosed lower die Forging load about200tonf Pinion gear / 200tonf-400tonf Tripod joint] / Example: Study on cold-forging gear:This gear (made of our newly developed steel) was cold-forged using the divided flow method to obtain a tooth-top filling ratio of at least 90%.

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FEM cold forging analysis (numerical analysis technology)

If a customer wants to manufacture its part by (1) cold forging, instead of hot forging, to obtain (2) higher strength, we will run FEM analysis to calculate and estimate maximum stress in the work, and recommend a steel material with industrially reproducible workability (e.g., deformability, crack resistance) so that the part can be made in the customer's actual manufacturing process.

[FEM pinion shaft analysis]

[Die stress analysis]] [Example: Cold-forged pinion shaft]]