Cold extrusion is a process by which a metal blank is placed in the cavity of the cold extrusion die and pressure applied to it at room temperature to cause plastic deformation on the metal blank to produce the required part. The process can extrude a vast range of metals, such as aluminum, lead, zinc, and their alloys. It is a great option for mass manufacturing metallic products such as tubes, cans, rods, and gear blanks, among other parts.
Warm extrusion refers to the process of extruding the metal blank when it is heated above room temperature but below the crystallization point. This extrusion is usually used when a proper balance of requisite forces, ductility, and final extrusion properties, are required. You can extrude both ferrous and non-ferrous metals and their alloys. The forming technique is widely used for manufacturing rods, tubes, cans, barrel parts, gear blanks, gas bottles, and so on.
Stamping forming is a forming process that uses stamping equipment to transform metal blanks into different shapes and products. The forming technique uses presses and dies to apply force on the metal blanks to deform and shear them to produce the desired shape and size of the product using a mold. Stamping forming is usually used for mass production of identical metallic components such as car bodies, electrical appliances, radiators, and many other parts.
Stretch Draw Forming
Deep drawing, also referred to as drawing or calendaring, is a process of deforming work-pieces or plate-shaped metal sheet into an open hollow part. The process uses metal dies, stamping or pulling rings to form open hollow shapes from metal sheet blanks. Deep drawing is used for the manufacturing of all types cylindrical, spherical, box-shaped, stepped, tapered, and other irregular-shaped thin-walled parts. The forming technique it can work on a vast range of metals.