A patented lubricant application system with individually controlled injector valves, electronic servo-driven controls, and a high-speed, linear assembly that operates with precision at up to 50 in./second.
Design includes notch to support the upper die in the event of a pressure loss.
Knowing how forging dies are developed may be the best way to understand how to maintain their value.
Automation make production more flexible and efficient, improving working conditions and reducing operating costs significantly.
Weld Mold Co. earned recognition for its historic role in developing the flood-welding process for repairing forming dies
Producers of forged and formed components want their manufacturing systems to achieve longer tool life and to operate with shorter cycle times.
Operators remain secure and comfortable, using a robot arm and heavy welding electrode to fill gaps, restore surfaces with high-deposition welding
The company’s role in developing the flood-welding process for repairing forming dies has made forging operations more productive, more profitable