The technological and economic benefits of the so-called precision cold forging process can be found in the highly competitive near net shape blanks that are obtained thanks to:
- The substantial savings in materials achieved since the various grooves can be produced directly by forging.
- The precision of the blank part which allows rationalisation of the finishing stages.
Recommended material grades: the complete range of case-hardened or carbonitrided steels and also steels that enable induction hardening to be used as an alternative to batch treatment.
Methods of production:
- Forge: using single station and multistation vertical or horizontal presses
- Finishing: machining, drilling, grinding, batch heat treatment and/or induction treatment, assembly
GÉVELOT EXTRUSION, drawing on more than 30 years of experience in this family of products, is able to offer a level of quality that fulfils the operational requirements of these products.