Hot Forming

Hot Forming is a forming technique with a short cycle time using medium-high temperature to increase the formability of the material being formed.
This process results in a low thickness dispersion and involves punching a sheet, followed by forming at a controlled temperature..

Hot Forming Press (FCC)

  • 4 independently controlled axes
  • Metallic or ceramic platens can be sized up to 122 inches x 83 inches
  • Hot box with temperature homogeneity at 1500°F
  • High accuracy and repeatability of ram position
  • Easy integration of automated die and part handling system
  • CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) Tool design/manufacture and on-site set-up

Machine tonnage range is from 60T to 600T

Typical parts produced on this type of machine are: Titanium and aluminum parts, pylon parts, nacelle parts, engine parts, blades.

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Hot Forming Press (FCC)

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