Twin forms offer specific cost and process advantages in crosswedge rolling

Twin forms offer specific cost and process advantages in cross-wedge rolling.

New Trends in Cross-Wedge Rolling Technology

Laminating a wear sleeve of one alloy around a blank of a different alloy to produce a single form is an important breakthrough in CWR. Expanding process scope Layering critical properties Improving product quality

Cross-wedge rolling (CWR) is one of the most efficient ways to manufacture axially symmetric parts in large scale and mass production. It combines economical use of material, high performance standards, and high process efficiency for forming precision products.

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