Products/Services for Cold Forging Hammers

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    Hammers and Mallets - (178 companies)
    ...hand-powered or mechanically-powered. Hand-powered hammers are powered by the force of human hand-arm combination, and are commonly used for light-duty impact work like driving nails, joining parts, forging metal, and breaking-apart objects. They vary...
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    Forging Services - (578 companies)
    In the forging process, metal is shaped by pressing, pounding, or squeezing under very high pressure, to form parts called forgings. Forging processes include cold forging or heading, impression or closed die, open die, and seamless rolled ring...
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    Forgings and Forged Stock - (147 companies)
    ...by striking a rough or preformed shape (perform) with a forging hammer or press. The material flows under the impact into the desired shape. The result is a metal part with a very dense structure where the orientation of the grains depends upon the shape...
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    Forging Machines (hot forming) - (32 companies)
    ...the part. The punch's ram causes this malleable metal to conform to the shape of the punch and die cavities. Power hammers or drop hammers, as drop forging equipment is known, may use pneumatic, hydraulic, or electrical power. The dies and punches may...
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    Impact Hammers - (58 companies)
    Impact hammers are used in structural and modal analysis to determine component or system response to impacts of varying amplitude and duration. A hammer with a force transducer in its head is paired with an accelerometer on the component being...
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    Carbon Steels and Alloy Steels - (1043 companies)
    ...steels contain approximately 0.30 -0.59% carbon. They balance ductility and strength and have good wear resistance. They are used in forging and for large industrial and automotive components. High carbon steels contain approximately 0.6 -0.99% carbon...
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    Demolition Hammers - (17 companies)
    Demolition hammers are power tools that are used in the removal of hardened materials such as rock, concrete, and asphalt. An internal mechanism repeatedly strikes a chisel to deface the substrate. Demolition hammers (also called jack hammers...
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    Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys - (754 companies)
    ...by precipitation hardening; they are hardened primarily by cold working. Working the material densifies it, adding tensile strength but lowering malleability. The wrought non-heat-treatable alloys include the commercially pure aluminum series (1xxx...
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    Specialty Steels and Other Iron Alloys - (214 companies)
    ...and components such knives, dies, rolls, stamps, drills and screws. Choice of tool steel grade depends on whether the most important property of the material is a sharp cutting edge (knives and blades), impact resistance (hammer mills), or heat...
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    Rivets - (691 companies)
    ...by heating the rivet until it is red hot and then forging the field head onto it or by using compression from a pneumatic or hydraulic hammer, or a smaller, hand-held rivet tool called a rivet gun. Configurations. A tubular rivet has a cylindrical...
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...and rolled-ring forging process can produce parts in a virtually limitless array of sizes, shapes, materials, and finishes. Forging is one of the oldest mechanical metalworking processes. It forms and shapes metals through the use of hammering and pressing. A cast ingot (or a "cogged " billet that has...

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