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Netherlands | Drachten
Netherlands | Drachten
Belgium | Schoppen
Year: 2001 Weight: 20 t 400 V, 50 Hz workspace manipulator: min. Ø 2200 mm, max. Ø 5000 mm, 6 axes Ø grindstone: driven 600 mm Hydraulic, Power 55 kW with 2 rotary tables, Ø 3400 mm, 1 x Carrying capacity 50 t and 1 x lifting capacity 30 t With enclosure, 2 working chambers with 2 swing-folding doors, height 5 m with dust filter with air-conditioning the cabin manipulator
Belgium | Schoppen
Serial number: 237 Year: 1995 Weight: 8000 kg Engine: ± 20 kW, 400 V, 50 Hz With air-oil cooler, 7 kW / K Ambient temperature: max. 45 ° C Operating pressure hydraulic: 130 bar hydraulic 190 l water glycol articulated arm 2.25 m and 1.50 m speed of rotation: "AZIMUT" 70 ° / s ± 135 ° azimuth> 270 °, on a motorized trolley Horizontal and vertical movements 0.7m / s Capacity: 130 kg Without pliers on request we make you an offer for a new pair of pliers.
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Belgium | Schoppen
Serial number: 259 Year: 1997, (only 4 years in industrial applications); overhauled in 2005 After little in use! Dimensions: 4000 mm x 2000 mm x 2700 mm Rotation 360 ° Motor: 22 kW, 400 V, 50 Hz lifting weight 120 kg + pliers workspace: 2 - 5 m Control: Machine SIEMENS S5, 100V hydraulic station on Andromat fitted with gripper and air conditioner
Belgium | Schoppen
Belgium | Schoppen
Brand MECAPRECI, Type 1, Serial number 259 Year 1986 Weight: +/- 600 kg External dimensions: L.110mm, width 600mm, height 2400mm. Engine Make Leroy-Somer Type LS9051, Serie: 304005/11 1.1 kW, t / min. 1420mm, 380 V. Capacity: 90 da / N = 88 kg arm outstretched and range is +/- 3 m, assembly and drain with endless screw, 1 x arm as a reserve, with the control cabinet to be mounted on pedestal, pneumatic rotary brake.. ,
Specification Description MAXIMUM WIRE DIAMETER (500 N/mm2) 8mm (5/16") MAXIMUM CUTOFF LENGTH 65mm MAXIMUM DIE KNOCKOUT 50mm PKO STROKE 14mm PRODUCTION RATE 350 PPMRAN ONLY APPROX 1,000 HOURS - LIKE NEW! POSITIVE KNOCKOUT IN ALL FOUR PUNCHES INDIVIDUAL FINGER OPENING TRANSFER 5 DIES BUSHING CUT-OFF TRIMMING CAPABLE IN 5TH STATION AUTOMATIC PRESSURIZED LUBRICATION SYSTEM SOUND ENCLOSURE SET-UP FOR FULLY TUBULAR OR SOLID SHANK PARTS
Specification Description MAXIMUM CUTOFF DIAMETER 1/4" (6mm) MAXIMUM CUTOFF LENGTH 1-3/4" (45mm) MINIMUM CUTOFF LENGTH 1/2" (12mm) MAXIMUM SHANK LENGTH 1-3/8" (35mm) MINIMUM SHANK LENGTH 11/32" (9mm) MAXIMUM PRODUCTION 300 PPM APPROXIMATE MACHINE WEIGHT 8,000 LBS APPROXIMATE SIZE 10' X 4'6"
Specification Description NO OF DIES 5 TOTAL HEADING LOAD 300 KN PRODUCTION 110 - 300 PPM MAX DIAMETER 6mm MAX. KICKOUT LENGTH 1.810" MAX. FEED LENGTH 2.375" KICKOUT STROKE IN PUNCHES .55" APPROX. WEIGHT 18,000 LBS. APPROX. SIZE 4'6" W X 12'10" L X 6'10" HBOLTMAKER STYLE STRAIGHT ACROSS TRANSFER ADJUSTABLE ROTARY CAM OPERATED INDIVIDUAL TRANSFER OPENING AND CLOSING TIMED K.O. IN 2ND THRU 5TH BUSHING CUTTER
Specification Description MAXIMUM CUTOFF DIAMETER 12MM (1/2") MAXIMUM CUTOFF LENGTH 120MM MINIMUM CUTOFF LENGTH 24MM MAXIMUM KICKOUT LENGTH 100MM MINIMUM KICKOUT LENGTH 18MM PKO STROKE 24MM MAXIMUM PRODUCTION 160 PPM APPROXIMATE SIZE 14'L X 6-1/2'W APPROXIMATE WEIGHT 35,000 LBSPKO, IMPAX 1000 MONITOR, STRIPPER, EXTRA TOOLING & FEED ROLLS
Specification Description MAXIMUM CUTOFF DIAMETER (MILD STEEL) 7/64" (2.5mm) MAXIMUM CUTOFF DIAMETER (HIGH TENSILE) 5/64" (2.0mm) MAXIMUM CUTOFF LENGTH 11/16" (18mm) MAXIMUM SHANK LENGTH 1/2" (12mm) MAXIMUM TRANSFER LENGTH 13/16" (20mm) MAXIMUM PRODUCTION SPEED 250 PPM MAIN MOTOR 2 HP APPROXIMATE WEIGHT 2,500 LBS.RECONDITIONED BY NAKASHIMADA 2010 DEAD POINT MONITOR DOUBLE KNIFE CO PKO 2nd & 3rd
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Metal forging is a bulk deformation process which can be defined as the controlled deformation of metal into a specific shape by localized compressive forces. It is the oldest of the metal working process known. The forging process dates back to 4000 B.C. and evolved from the manual art of simple blacksmithing. From simple drop hammers and anvils which were operated manually water, air and steam powered hammers came into use after the industrial revolution. Later, the smiths of those days started using hammers driven by transmission shafts to produce a wide range of forged parts for the railways, for the car industry and for agricultural machinery. Modern forging uses machine driven impact hammers or presses which deform the work piece by controlled pressure.
Hot forging is defined as working a metal above its recrystallization temperature while in cold forging the metal is worked far below its recrystallization temperature. In simple terms, hot forging is carried out at fairly elevated temperatures while cold forging is done at room or near room temperatures. Cold forging requires heavier forces and stronger equipments but the dimensional accuracy and surface finish produced on the part will be excellent. Even though lighter forces perform the function in hot forging, the precision on tolerance is less due to thermal contraction and warping from uneven cooling. Also undesirable reactions between the metal and the surrounding atmosphere and contaminations take place at higher temperature which are minimized during cold forging.
There are basically two types of forging equipment namely: forging hammers and forging presses. Hammers can be further divided into two types as drop hammers and counter blow hammers. The main variations among drop hammers is in the way that the hammer is powered: by air, gravity, friction or steam. Drop hammers are usually operated in vertical position. To overcome some of the limitations of drop hammers like high noise, requirement of a large foundation impact or counter blow hammers were used. In a counterblow machine both the hammer and anvil move and the work piece is held between them thereby the excess energy becomes recoil which allows for the machine to work horizontally and consist of a smaller base. Forging presses can be sub-divided based on the powering mechanism as mechanical presses and hydraulic presses. Mechanical presses function by using cams, toggles and cranks to give pre-determined force. Hydraulic presses employ fluid pressure and a piston to generate force. Mechanical presses are very faster than their hydraulic counterparts. But hydraulic ones are more flexible with greater capability. The initial set-up cost for a hydraulic press is relatively higher than the same for the mechanical press.
Forging metal can be classified into three types according to the degree to which the flow of the metal is constrained by the dies:
Open die forging also known as upsetting involves compression of a work between two flat dies, or platens with the absence of any lateral constraints which there is very less restriction to metal flow. It basically reduces the height of the job by increasing the diameter. Open die forging is performed on ingots, billets, or a pre-formed shape. Graphite based lubricants are used during this type of metal forging process. Pancaking or barreling can occur during upsetting due to the frictional forces present at the die-work piece interface or due to the thermal differences. Closed die or impression forging is done in one or in a series of die impressions or die cavities. Simple shapes may be forged in a single stroke while more complicated pieces may pass through several strokes and die cavities before achieving their final form. During the final forging, a thin layer of excess material flows radially outward around the periphery of the die metal, which is termed as the flash. The flash is subsequently trimmed off manually or by using specialized dies. Press forging and drop forging are two popular methods in closed die forging. Both open and closed die forging processes are carried out at room temperature as well as in hot state. In flashless forging as the name suggests, the die tooling is designed in such a way that the cavity does not allow the formation of a flash. The work material is completely surrounded by the die cavity during compression and hence no flash is formed. Control over the process is more demanding than impression die forging. Most important requirement in flashless forging is that the work volume must equal the space in the die cavity to a very close tolerance.
All metals and their alloys with a very few exception can be forged. Many metals are forged cold, but iron and its alloys are almost always forged hot. Forging results in metal that is stronger than cast or machined metal parts. This can be attributed to the grain flow caused through forging process. As the metal is pounded the grains deform to follow the shape of the part, thus the grains are unbroken throughout the part. Therefore some modern parts take advantage of this for a high strength-to-weight ratio. Forge equipment is now capable of making parts ranging in size of a bolt to a turbine rotor. Typical parts: bolts, rivets, engine crankshafts, connecting rods, turbine shafts, coins, gears, hand tools, structural components of machinery or aircraft, jet engine parts. Also, basic small scale industries use forging processes to establish basic shape of large parts that are subsequently machined to final geometry and size.
FAGOR, SCHULER, AIDA, FICEP, KOMATSU, DEYI, AEM3, DIMECO, Bliss-Bret, Beckwood, WANZKE, MHG and MECOLPRESS are some of the well-known brands in the world involved in the production of forging presses.