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Forgings: Closed Die Terminology and Equipment

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Forgings: Closed Die Terminology and Equipment introduces learners to the basic equipment, concepts, and general terminology that are often applied for closed die forging industries.

Learning Hours: 2.5

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Course Description

Forgings: Closed Die Terminology and Equipment introduces learners to the basic equipment, concepts, and general terminology that are often applied for closed die forging industries.

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Who will benefit from this Closed Die Forging Terminology and Equipment course?

Quality, manufacturing, engineering, purchasing, and sales functions at organizations that perform forging operations. Students.

Course Classification

This manufacturing course by THORS eLearning Solutions covers identification of key terms.

*THORS uses the Bloom’s Taxonomy Methodology for our course development.

Certificate Awarded for Forgings: Closed Die Terminology and Equipment

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Learning Objectives

  1. Recall some of the properties of forged material.
  2. Understand some common terms such as billet, blank, press, and die.
  3. Recognize the basic equipment and tools used in forging processes.
  4. Identify the different types of impression dies that are commonly used.
  5. Recall some of the basic forging design considerations.
Example top and bottom dies used in closed die forging.
Forgings: Closed Die Terminology and Equipment

Table of Contents

  1. Forging Basics and Terminology
    1. Basic Terminology
    2. Properties of Forged Material
      1. Mechanical Properties
      2. Grain Structure
      3. Increased Density
    3. Forgeability
      1. Strain Rate
    4. Other Common Forging Processes
      1. Open Die Forging
      2. Ring Rolling
      3. Powder Forging
      4. Rotary Forging
      5. Radial Forging
      6. Upset Forging
    5. Forging Temperature Range
      1. Hot Forging
      2. Warm Forging
      3. Cold Forging
    6. Stages of Impression Die Forging
    7. Net, Near Net, and Conventional Forgings
  2. Forging Equipment and Tooling
    1. Forging Presses
      1. Types of Force
        1. Energy-Restricted Machines
        2. Stroke-Restricted Machines
        3. Force-Restricted Machines
      2. Mechanisms
        1. Mechanical Presses
        2. Hydraulic Presses
        3. Screw Presses
    2. Forging Hammers
      1. Gravity Drop Hammers
        1. Secondary Gravity Drop Hammers
      2. Power Drop Hammers
      3. Counterblow Hammers
    3. Impression Dies
      1. Forging Drawing Example
      2. Forging Design Considerations
        1. Heat Expansion
        2. Draft Angle
        3. Die Wear
        4. Machining Allowance
        5. Straightness
        6. Radii
      3. Impression Die Cavities
        1. Degree of Complexity
      4. Impression Die Material
      5. Impression Die Manufacturing

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