The Process: Rotary Swaging

The rotary swaging cold forming process enables the efficient and economical production of lightweight design parts. In the case of rotary swaging, several tool segments impact simultaneously on a workpiece in quick succession. The processed material begins to flow and is formed with great precision. The process is suited to form the most varied external and internal geometries. A tube connection is thus just as possible as the highly precise and quick production of steering wheel shafts, drive shafts, airbag cylinders, or adjusting wheel drives. Maximum design freedom for visible and invisible components is thereby made possible.

The Felss Process: Rotary Swaging

felss Technology Rotary Swaging
Felss Technology Rotary Swaging
Felss Technology Rotary Swaging
Felss Technology Rotary Swaging

Added Value

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Lighter

 Hollow lightweight design parts with low weight.

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Stronger

Strengthening and greater stability of the workpiece – through increased hardness and tensile strength, as well as an uninterrupted grain flow.

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Resource Efficient

Material savings through chipless production.

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Faster

 Short cycle times in comparison to lathing.

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More Precise

Production of geometries close to the final contours.

Versatile and Resource­Efficient Cold Forming

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