In axial forming, a geared die presses against the external spline of a hollow or solid workpiece. The forming is extremely precise here. The production of internal splines is also possible this way.
HMP machine systems are developed in dialogue with our customers. The Felss axial forming machines with HMP technology form high-precision outer and internal splines on solid, hollow and extremely thin-walled parts – in short processing times and to the highest quality standards. Discover some examples here of axial forming machines from our range.
Modular machine construction
What makes our hydraulic forming machines with HMP technology stand out is their reliable modular construction, so they can be deployed both as individual machines and in multi-stage transfer lines combined with other types of machines. The systems can be deployed in a very flexible way as they have short cycle times, are quickly made ready and are easy to retool.
This picture shows the clamping device and forming cylinder of a machine with a maximum of 350 kN pressing force.
A single-stage system with housing and manual feeding device. Its maximum pressing force is 600 kN.
A transfer system for the production of cardan shaft segments. This machine has four processing stages, of which two carry out forming processes and two carry out shaft end forming machining processes. The fifth stage carries out a 100% check of geometric tolerances with an assessment of static characteristics.
A transfer system with two processing stages for the production of parts for car jacks.
A transfer system for the production of intermediate steering shafts from tubes. This machine has a bunker conveyor for the separation of bulk solids along with four processing stages. A deburring machine (in red) is an integral part of this.
With rotary swaging, multiple tool segments are applied repeatedly in quick succession to a workpiece. In this way, a high variety of different external and internal geometries are formed. The force transmission with rotary swaging is radial.
By rolling we mean the forming of materials between at least two rotating tools. In the process, the thickness of the workpiece is reduced. Depending on the shape and number of the working rollers, the output cross-section can be reduced in thickness and also profiled.
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