The Fully Hydraulic Open Die Forging Hammer model in this video is C66Y-175KJ 5Ton. There are single arm types, arch types, bridge types, etc structure types with the C66Y series fully hydraulic open die forging hammer.
The main advantage of pressure forging compared to drop forging is its ability to deform the entire workpiece. Drop hammer forging generally deforms only the surfaces of the workpiece in contact with the hammer and anvil; the interior of the workpiece will remain relatively undeformed.
The forging hammer belongs to a kind of free forging equipment. It is a forging machine that uses the kinetic energy generated by the falling motion of the hammer to continuously hit the workpiece blank to produce plastic deformation.
Full hydraulic free forging hammer refers to the free forging hammer whose strike and return stroke of the hammer head are hydraulically driven.
The fully hydraulic die forging electro-hydraulic hammer is cost-effective and suitable for multi-variety, medium and small batch die forgings.
The double-arm (arch type) free forging electro-hydraulic hammer converts the potential energy of the hammer head into the kinetic energy of the hammer head, thereby striking the forging and performing work.
Electro-hydraulic hammer is a new type of forging equipment that is energy-saving and environmentally friendly. The guide of the hammer head is changed to “X” guide rail, which can adjust the guide rail clearance to a very low level, greatly improving the guiding accuracy of the electro-hydraulic hammer, improving the quality of forgings, extending the Hammer life.
The principle of the fully hydraulic free forging electro-hydraulic hammer determines that it has sufficient energy, fast frequency, no soaking mold, and low failure rate.
Hydraulic free forging hammers are mainly used in general forging projects, such as auto parts forgings, motorcycle parts forgings, hardware forgings, construction forgings, flanges, etc.
Full hydraulic free forging hammers are widely used in machinery, steel, non-ferrous metallurgy, railway locomotives, ships, wind power, nuclear power, aerospace and other industries, and are used for non-ferrous and ferrous metals and other free forging ingots.