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04/04/2017

Trimming forgings with BLISS C-frame presses

At Forge Fair in Cleveland, Schuler exhibits a broad range of solutions for the economic manufacture and post-processing

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BLISS C-frame presses with press forces from 60 to 110 tons are the ideal solution for trimming forgings.

According to the U.S. Forging Industry Association (FIA), about 250 companies in approximately 300 plants across North America produce custom forgings. Many representatives of these companies will come to Forge Fair in Cleveland, Ohio, from 4 to 6 April, 2017. There, Schuler will not only exhibit a broad range of systems, but also introduce the BLISS brand to the forging industry.

A few months ago, Schuler presented a new machine branded under the renowned manufacturer for the first time in decades. In the forging sector, the BLISS C-frame presses with press forces from 60 to 110 tons are the ideal solution for trimming purposes. They are composed of a welded frame and componentry like Allen Bradley controls and light curtains, Lubriquip/Graco lubrication systems, Ompi pneumatic clutch and brake systems, Ross clutch valves and Vibrodynamics mounts.

Apart from post-processing, Schuler offers all the equipment needed for the economic manufacture of forgings: hammers, screw presses, hydraulic and mechanical forging presses, ring and wheel rollers – as well as an extensive portfolio of services including product development, process planning and die construction. Among Schuler’s latest developments is a linear hammer with servo technology which opens up new perspectives in precision forging, or the EHF (“Efficient Hydraulic Forming”) technology which reduces the energy consumption of hydraulic forging presses by up to 60 percent.


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