X

This site uses third parties to own and optimize your navigation and perform analytical work cookies. If you continue browsing, consider that you accept its use.
You can learn more at our Cookie Policy.

WebMap

Return

Mechanical forging presses

The continuous flash-free forging process is used for very high production parts which have to be produced at high rates, minimising material loss.

Continuous forging is based on a billet feeder, a furnace, a billet positioning device, the press, the transfer and a run-out and part cooling belt.

Fagor has developed, exclusively for this process, mechanical ejectors driven from the head, with the movement of the slide the same as with servomotors. This latter case provides full control of the ejection moment and stroke, in a flexible, effective way.

Parts are moved from one station to the next by means of an electronic transfer. Fagor Arrasate S. Coop. has a patented, high-performance electronic transfer, now in its fourth generation.

Fagor Arrasate S. Coop. is continually researching new processes and advances in technology. So, in collaboration with an important multinational from the forging sector, the company has carried out a research and development project in this complex field which has led to the successful design and manufacture of two highly flexible, high-performance lines. The main characteristics of these lines are as follows:

Return

  • Mondragon
  • Linkedin
  • Flickr
  • Youtube
  • Slideshare