Rotary swaging is suitable for forming a wide range of outer and inner geometries. Several tool segments repeatedly operate on a workpiece in rapid succession here. In the process, the material begins to flow and is reshaped in a highly precise way. Rotary swaging (hammering) involves an incremental forming process for reducing and shaping tubes and solid materials. The power transmission takes place radially.
HMP machine systems are developed in dialogue with our customers. Their modular design principle ensures that the facilities are specially tailored to meet customers’ needs and have the qualitative standard of series machine production.
Discover some examples here of rotary swaging machines with HMP technology from our range.
This system is fitted with a size 3 reduction unit. It involves what we call a double runner. The machine has a hydraulic infeed.
The system shown is a one-station machine. This machine is fitted with a size 5 reduction unit that is suitable for recess reduction. This machine also has a mandrel device, an automatic infeed, a conveyor belt device, a workpiece handling system and an SPS control system. The system shown functions fully automatically.
This machine has a CNC control system that is particularly suitable for flexible production applications. The machine is set up for a new form in a few seconds with the use of the appropriate tools. The system shown with a size 2 rotary swaging unit is deployed in the production of complex profiles for spectacle frame side pieces, for example.
A single-station system with integrated noise-protection and safety housing.
The system shown has a size 10 rotary swaging unit with equipment for recess reduction and a CNC control system. This machine is designed for flexible deployment for forming high-volume workpieces. The automation is performed by a robot.
This system has a total of eight size 2 processing stations, a CNC control system, testing facilities and a reject gate. The work cycle of the system is five seconds long. The unprocessed workpieces are fed into the system through an oscillating conveyor. The control system allows a refitting of the system for workpieces of different lengths within a few seconds.
The system shown combines both size 7 rotary swaging units and size 5 ones. The workpiece handling system that conveys the workpieces from one station to the next is easy to see here. On the left edge of the picture the conveyor belt can be seen that takes the unfinished part within the reach of the gripper of the workpiece handling system.
This system has several size 5 rotary swaging units. There are also stages in this system for the cutting processing and the aggregates for axial reforming as well as an integrated stage for cutting threads. The component is produced, ready to install, in a single run-through.
With axial forming machines, reductions and enlargements in diameter can be made with hollow and solid workpieces. To do so, a forming die presses the external spline and an inner tool forms the inner contour.
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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