At Kitmondo, we specialize in providing a diverse selection of used forging rolls, crucial for precise and efficient metal shaping across various industries, including automotive, aerospace, and heavy machinery manufacturing. These powerful machines are designed to roll metal workpieces, ensuring they maintain consistent dimensions and high structural integrity. Our inventory ranges from €30,000 for basic models to €300,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from leading brands like SMS Meer, Danieli, Schuler, and Davy McKee. Each machine offers unique specifications such as roll diameter, working width, rolling force, and automation level to meet your specific production needs.

Selecting the right forging roll involves considering key factors like the type of metal you’re working with, the required rolling force, production volume, and the machine’s ease of operation and maintenance. These elements are essential for achieving optimal rolling results, enhancing production efficiency, and ensuring the durability and reliability of your equipment. By investing in used forging rolls from Kitmondo, you gain access to high-quality machinery at significantly reduced prices, all while promoting sustainability by extending the life of robust equipment.

Browse Kitmondo’s listings today to discover reliable forging rolls that deliver top-notch performance and value for your metal shaping projects. Trust Kitmondo’s commitment to exceptional customer service to help you find the perfect forging roll to elevate your metal forming operations.

Zemag 1000x930 press rolling machine

Year: 1999

Max. workpiece Ø 1000 mm
Type Hydraulic
Roll diameter 1000 mm
Motor power 400 kW

Delta 80 CNC Forging roll

Year: 2017

Roll diameter 275 mm
Roll length 220 mm
Type Hydraulic
Motor power 9.5 kW

Eumuco RW1 Forging roll

Year:

Max. workpiece Ø 370 mm
Motor power 14.91424 kW
Roll length 890 mm

Dallan 998 Roll roemr shutter machine

Year: 1999

1. Specification: • Double Decolier • Polymerization injecting unit • Pre heating bench • Strip cutting • Control panel • Line control software • Max speed 18 meter / minute • 4 different sets of Cobi to manufacture different size shutters:45 mm / 52 mm / 55 mm / 80 mm every set is made of 2 sets of rolls …

Rheinstahl Wagner RAW 80/50 ring rolling mill

Year: 1970

Max. workpiece Ø 1400 mm
Type Hydraulic

Eumuco RW0 Forging roll

Year: 1992

Max. workpiece Ø 300 mm
Roll length 720 mm
Type Mechanical
Motor power 11.18568 kW

ROBERTSON DUO Forging roll

Year: 1970

Roll diameter 450 mm
Roll length 900 mm


MINO - Forging roll

Year:

Laminatoi MINO - The machine is located in Italy Scheme is in the photos

Used COLOMBO DUO Forging roll

Year: 1968

COLOMBO duo rolling mill - Working table mm 600 Used machine visible in Italy, sold "as it is"

Wagner 1987 Forging roll

Year: 1987

Outer ring diameter: max 400mm Ring height : max 50mm Weight of coil: 8Kg Diameter of Table: 1200mm Height of table above floor: 750mm Eccentricity of vertical shaft to the rotary table: 70 mm Eccentricity of roll head: 22,5mm Eccentricity of the roll axis: 45mm Dimensions (W x D x H): 1700 x 2950 x 2100mm Required floor space: 3900 …

TMP Voronezh CA1335 Forging roll

Year:

Capacity : 80 tons, Nominal force : 800 kN, Nominal center distance between rolls : 320 mm, Center distance adjustment : ±3 mm, Roll rotation frequency : 65 min-1, Maximum stock diameter : 95 mm Tooling dimensions : Diameter : 180 mm, Length : 280 mm, Main drive motor power : 36 kW, Overall dimensions (floor space) : 2590 x …


Bliss 50 Tn Forging roll

Year:

Max Billet Diameter : 45-50 mm. Bliss 0 Forging roll The machine is located in India


Precision and Efficiency in Metal Forming: A Comprehensive Guide to Forging Rolls

Forging rolls are pivotal in the metal forging industry, facilitating the continuous deformation of metal billets or ingots into precise shapes and sizes. These machines are indispensable for creating high-strength metal products used across various sectors, including automotive, aerospace, construction, and heavy machinery. Grasping the various types, features, and considerations for acquiring forging rolls can markedly enhance your metal forming operations. Kitmondo, a top online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a broad selection of forging rolls, giving businesses access to superior equipment at competitive prices.

What Are Forging Rolls?

Forging rolls are mechanical devices that shape and deform metal workpieces through continuous rolling action. Unlike forging hammers or presses, which use repeated blows or compressive pressure, forging rolls apply uniform pressure via rotating cylinders. This method produces elongated and precisely shaped metal products, crucial for various high-strength applications.

Types of Forging Rolls

Forging rolls come in multiple types and configurations to cater to specific forging needs. Here's an overview of the main types:

Longitudinal Forging Rolls

Longitudinal forging rolls, also known as elongating rolls, are designed to lengthen and reduce the cross-sectional area of metal workpieces. They are primarily used for producing rods, bars, and shafts.

  • Single-Stand Longitudinal Rolls: Feature a single set of rolls, ideal for smaller operations and specific applications.
  • Multi-Stand Longitudinal Rolls: Comprise multiple rolling stands, offering higher capacity and efficiency for large-scale production.

Cross-Wedge Rolls

Cross-wedge rolls shape metal workpieces by deforming them transversely, making them ideal for producing complex shapes like axles, crankshafts, and connecting rods.

  • Single-Wedge Rolls: Feature a single wedge for shaping, suitable for medium-duty applications.
  • Double-Wedge Rolls: Include two wedges for enhanced shaping capabilities, perfect for heavy-duty and high-volume production.

Ring Rolling Machines

Ring rolling machines are specialized forging rolls used to create seamless rings from metal billets. These machines are vital for manufacturing rings used in bearings, gears, and flanges.

  • Radial-Axial Ring Rolling Machines: Expand rings both radially and axially, providing precise control over dimensions and shapes.
  • Horizontal Ring Rolling Machines: Have a horizontal configuration, facilitating the handling of large and heavy rings.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting forging rolls, it is essential to consider specific features and specifications to ensure the machine meets your operational requirements. Key factors include:

Rolling Force

The rolling force is crucial in determining the machine's ability to deform metal workpieces. Ensure the forging roll can deliver the necessary force for your specific tasks, from small, detailed components to large, heavy-duty parts. Kitmondo's listings offer detailed specifications on rolling force to help you find a machine that meets your needs.

Rolling Speed

Rolling speed influences the efficiency and productivity of the forging process. Higher speeds enable faster processing of metal workpieces, essential for large-scale operations. Look for machines with adjustable speed settings to accommodate different materials and production needs.

Roll Diameter and Length

The diameter and length of the rolls determine the machine's capacity to handle various workpiece sizes. Ensure the forging rolls can accommodate the dimensions of your metal billets or ingots.

Automation and Control

Advanced automation and control systems enhance precision, consistency, and efficiency in the forging process. Features like programmable settings, touch-screen interfaces, real-time monitoring, and automated adjustments can significantly boost productivity.

Build Quality and Durability

The build quality and durability of the forging rolls are vital for long-term operational efficiency. Machines made from high-quality materials, such as robust steel frames and wear-resistant rolls, are more resistant to wear and tear. Easy-to-maintain designs and accessible components simplify maintenance, reducing downtime and operational costs.

Safety Features

Safety is paramount in metal forging operations. Look for machines equipped with safety features such as emergency stop buttons, protective guards, and automatic shutdown mechanisms to protect operators and equipment.

Leading Brands in Forging Rolls

Reputable brands ensure higher quality and better support. Here are some top brands in the forging roll market:

  • SMS Group: Known for their high-precision and innovative forging rolls, SMS Group offers robust solutions suitable for various metal forging applications.
  • Danieli: Renowned for their durable and advanced technology, Danieli's forging rolls are popular in the forging industry.
  • Fagor Arrasate: Provides a range of high-performance forging rolls, known for their reliability and efficiency in demanding applications.
  • Schuler: Offers versatile forging rolls characterized by efficiency and robustness, ideal for large-scale operations.
  • Lasco: Known for high-quality machines designed for precision and high-speed forging, perfect for complex and high-volume production.

Kitmondo features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Forging Rolls

The cost of used forging rolls varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Generally, prices range from several tens of thousands to several hundred thousand dollars. For example, a used SMS Group longitudinal forging roll might be priced around $50,000 to $150,000, while a high-end Danieli ring rolling machine could cost between $200,000 and $500,000. Kitmondo's marketplace offers a variety of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.

Conclusion

Forging rolls are essential tools in the metal forging industry, offering efficient and reliable solutions for shaping metal workpieces through continuous rolling action. By understanding the different types of rolls and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that enhance their operational capabilities. Kitmondo provides a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, offering detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need longitudinal forging rolls, cross-wedge rolls, or ring rolling machines, Kitmondo's extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your metal forging operations.