Closed-die forging

Forging - Pressing processes
High-quality products for key industries

Famous names such as Eumuco and Hasenclever have represented the epitome of top performance worldwide for more than 50 years. Today, the know-how and technology associated with these traditional brands is pooled in SMS group's closed-die forging operations.

Whether you are interested in eccentric presses, screw presses, wedge presses, all upline and downline forming accessories, or the entire automation technology - SMS group offers everything you need for closed-die forging. What's more, with over 3,100 reference plants built worldwide, we draw on perhaps the greatest wealth of experience in this field.

Concepts

Closed-die forging

Were performance meets efficiency
Eccentric presses type MP and AMP image

Eccentric presses
type MP and AMP

Image - Eccentric presses - Type EP Ecopress

Eccentric presses
type EP - Ecopress

Wedge presses type KP

Wedge presses
type KP

Image - Screw presses - Type SPE

Screw presses
type SPE

Screw presses type SPKA

Screw presses
type SPKA

Forging rolls type RW and ARWS image

Forging rolls
type RW and ARWS

Cross toll type QW image

Cross roll
type QW

Technology

Drive technology

Closed-die forging presses with MEERtorque®

High torque at low speeds

Here is a sustainable innovation that applies advanced torque motor technology to reduce pressure dwell times.

30 Strokes per minute

Our MEERtorque® for forging presses works on the principle of separating the pure press movement from the energy supply. This is how it works: The forming energy is stored in a flywheel that rotates at up to 110 rpm. Next, when the stroke is applied, a torque motor accelerates the eccentric shaft and the ram to flywheel speed. Only then are these components coupled to the flywheel in a slip-free manner, so the press loses no energy.

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Breakthrough in die maintenance

3D spray heads by additive manufacturing at SMS group

Drop forging presses are used, for example, in the automotive industry. The spray head removes scale from the dies, cools the die surface, applies lubricants and dries the dies. The tool cavities of drop forging presses are in part geometrically so complex that conventional manufacturing methods of spray heads reach their limits. This is exactly where additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, reveals its strengths.

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Electrical and Automation Systems

Service

eDoc

Digital documentation: First step to a smart plant

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Equipment check

Regular inspections and maintenance form the basis for safeguarding the efficiency of your equipment.

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Long-term maintenance services

SMS group offers you the full range of services along the value chain, while you can focus entirely on your core competences.

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Modernization - Screw press HSPRZ 800

Task: Modernization of the hydraulic and electrical control system of a screw press built in 1977

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Overhaul of a closed-die forging press

Task: Overhaul of some components of the closed-die forging (mp1000) built in 1989

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Contact

SMSgroup Hülsemann, Konstanze

Konstanze Hülsemann

SMS group GmbH
Ohlerkirchweg 66
41069 Mönchengladbach
Germany

Phone : +49 2161 350 2321
Fax : +49 2161 350 2318

SMSgroup Heupel, Michael

Michael Heupel

SMS group GmbH
Service Forging
Ohlerkirchweg 66
41069 Mönchengladbach
Germany

Phone : +49 2161 350 1714
Fax : +49 2161 350 2631