At Kitmondo, we offer a diverse selection of used forging presses, indispensable for precision metal forming in industries like automotive, aerospace, and heavy machinery manufacturing. These powerful machines apply immense pressure to deform and shape metal workpieces, producing components with unmatched strength and accuracy. Our range includes forging presses from €20,000 for basic models to €500,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from top brands such as Schuler, Komatsu, Fagor, and Weingarten. Each machine is equipped with distinct features, including press force, stroke length, working capacity, and automation level, designed to meet your unique production requirements.

When selecting a forging press, consider crucial factors such as the type of metal to be forged, the required press force, production volume, and the machine's ease of operation and maintenance. These elements are essential for achieving exceptional forging results, maximizing production efficiency, and ensuring the durability and reliability of the equipment. Investing in used forging presses from Kitmondo not only offers access to high-quality machinery at reduced prices but also supports sustainable practices by extending the life of robust equipment.

Explore Kitmondo’s listings today to find dependable forging presses that deliver outstanding performance and value for your metal forming needs. Rely on Kitmondo’s dedication to excellent customer service to help you choose the perfect forging press to elevate your production capabilities.

National 1300T Maxipress Forging press

Year:

Power in tons 1300 T
Table width 890 mm
Ram stroke 590 mm
Table length 1041 mm
Type Mechanical
Nbr of strokes/min 80

Russia К 4537 Forging press

Year: 1980

Power in tons 500 T
Table width 1700 mm
Ram stroke 630 mm
Table length 3200 mm
Type Mechanical
Nbr of strokes/min 15

Horizontal Forging Machine B1138 (630t) Low working hours

Year: 1976

Power in tons 630 T
Ram stroke 350 mm
Motor power 45 kW
Type Mechanical
Nbr of strokes/min 40

Voronezh К8542 Forging press

Year: 1979

Power in tons 1600 T
Table width 1200 mm
Ram stroke 300 mm
Table length 1400 mm
Type Mechanical
Motor power 110 kW

DURMAZLAR тр 9 Durma Forging press

Year: 2008

Year of issue - 2008; The equipment is in full working order. Regular maintenance is carried out: replacement of hydraulic oil and filter element, lubrication of guides, bearing assemblies, ball screws, etc. A new hydraulic accumulator has been installed. Complete with the machine, a tool is sold for different thicknesses of the material (circles f3, 5, 9.5 mm, square 10 …

Ajax MP 6000 - 6000 t Forging press

Year:

Power in tons 6000 T
Table width 1780 mm
Ram stroke 457 mm
Table length 1880 mm
Type Mechanical
Nbr of strokes/min 35

Beche DGH 40 Forging press

Year:

Wellman Manipulator Yom : 1976 Max. Capacity : 12,700 Kg Energy : Electric Revamp : 2019 by schuler group Impact work : 40,000 mkg Total bar lift : 1,250 mm Maximum number of strokes : 80 Per Minute Average score : 6 Per Minute Air consumption per ten blow Blow in . m in required air at the strongest hit …

Kramatorsk K8548 Forging press

Year:

Power in tons 6300 T
Table width 1900 mm
Ram stroke 1150 mm
Table length 1950 mm
Type Mechanical
Nbr of strokes/min 40

Bliss FH 180 Horizontal forging press

Year:

Power in tons 180 T
Ram stroke 165 mm
Motor power 7.45712 kW
Type Mechanical
Nbr of strokes/min 90

WAFIOS N5 High speed nail header press

Year: 1999

High speed nail header press Automatic wire nail making press Manufacturer: WAFIOS Type: N5 Year of manufacture: 1999 Wire diameter: from 2,2 to 4,2 mm (0,086" to 0,165") 430 nails per minute (430 ppm) Nail length capacity: 13 to 105 mm (0,511" to 4,133") Equipped with sound enclosure and parts conveyor Machine used for rivet rod

Raster HR 15/300 SL-4S Forging press

Year: 1989

Power in tons 15 T
Ram stroke 75 mm
Type Mechanical
Nbr of strokes/min 1000

Forging Press 4200T

Year: 2017

Brand : Lucchini Yom : Des 2017 Technical Parameter Specification Given Nominal Forging Force : 42 MN Upsetting Force : 42 MN Max Press Stroke : 1850 Main Cylinder Quantity : 3 Main Cylinder Dia in mm : n°1 diam.1150 / n°2 diam. 730 Press Daylight : 3900 mm Press Force Stage (in MN) Stage 1 (With 1 Cylinder) : …


GFM CNC Radial Forging Machine

Year:

Yom : 1974 / 2022 Forging force : 800 Ton (200 t per Hammer) Strokes /min : 580 Hammer length : 320 mm Maximum hammer setting scope - calculated by diameter : 100 mm Maximum diameter of forging regarding - structural steel: circular cross section : Ø 160 mm square cross section : 130 mm - high alloy steel: circular …

Darragon 600 ton heated Forging press

Year:

Power in tons 600 T
Table width 1000 mm
Table length 1000 mm
Ram stroke 400 mm

İtalyan 1975 Forging press Low working hours

Year: 1975

Power in tons 350 T
Table width 45.55 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 30
Table length 2 mm
Ram stroke 50 mm
Motor power 45 kW

Sacma KSP01R Forging press

Year: 1995

Power in tons 16 T
Motor power 11 kW

Spare parts for Smeral LKZ 4000 Forging press

Year:

Spare parts for press Smeral LZK 4000 in good condition. 1. Crank-type shaft 2. Eccentric axis 3. Drive shaft 4. Brake hub 5. Clutch cap and cover 6. Ferrado disc on clutch 7. Connecting rod 8. Gear wheel 9. Double helical gear wheel 10. Hub

CEVA NF55L Forging press

Year:

Die diameter: 120 mm Die length: 188 mm Punch diameter: 80 mm Punch length: 120/140 mm Ejection length: 165 mm Ejection +: 30 mm Mini/maxi wire diameter (600N/mm²): 10/18 mm Maximum head diameter (600N/mm²): 38 mm Number of positions (matrix excluding cut): 4 Size: 6m x 2.5m Weight: 43 t Minimum/Maxi speed: 30/60 pieces/min this extra information is standard for …

Presstec RPH-S 3500-1800/1500 Forging press 3500 t

Year:

Power in tons 3500 T
Ram stroke 1500 mm
Type Hydraulic


Mastering Metal Forming: An In-Depth Guide to Forging Presses

Forging presses play a vital role in the metal forging industry, providing the immense force necessary to mold metal workpieces into precise and intricate shapes. These machines are crucial for manufacturing robust metal components across various industries such as automotive, aerospace, construction, and heavy machinery. Understanding the different types, features, and considerations for acquiring forging presses can significantly enhance your metal forming operations. Kitmondo, a premier online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a wide selection of forging presses, giving businesses access to top-quality equipment at competitive prices.

What Are Forging Presses?

Forging presses are mechanical devices designed to apply gradual, controlled pressure to deform metal workpieces into desired shapes. Unlike forging hammers that deliver rapid impact blows, forging presses use steady, continuous force, making them ideal for precision forging tasks and large-scale production runs.

Types of Forging Presses

Forging presses come in various types, each suited to specific forging needs. Here’s an overview of the main types:

Mechanical Forging Presses

Mechanical forging presses utilize mechanical linkages and cams to convert rotational motion into linear pressure, delivering force to the workpiece. These presses are known for their high speed and reliability.

  • Crank Presses: Use a crank mechanism to drive the ram, ideal for high-speed and high-volume production.
  • Eccentric Presses: Feature an eccentric drive for precise control over the pressing force, perfect for intricate forging tasks.

Hydraulic Forging Presses

Hydraulic forging presses use hydraulic fluid pressure to operate the ram, providing significant force and precision. They are suitable for heavy-duty forging and forming large or complex parts.

  • Direct-Drive Hydraulic Presses: Utilize direct hydraulic drive for consistent and powerful pressing capabilities.
  • Accumulator Hydraulic Presses: Store hydraulic energy in accumulators, allowing for quick and powerful strokes.

Servo-Electric Forging Presses

Servo-electric forging presses employ electric motors to drive the pressing mechanism, offering exceptional control and energy efficiency. They are ideal for applications requiring high accuracy and repeatability.

  • Compact Servo-Electric Presses: Suitable for small to medium-sized operations, offering precise control and reduced energy consumption.
  • High-Capacity Servo-Electric Presses: Designed for large-scale production, providing high speed and accuracy.

Screw Forging Presses

Screw forging presses, also known as friction screw presses, use a screw mechanism to apply force. These versatile machines are suitable for various forging applications, including coining, embossing, and forming.

  • Friction Screw Presses: Drive the screw mechanism using friction, offering high force and durability.
  • Electric Screw Presses: Use electric motors for the screw mechanism, providing precise control and efficiency.

Key Features and Specifications

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

Pressing Force

The pressing force determines the machine’s capability to deform metal workpieces. Ensure the press can deliver the necessary force for your specific forging tasks, whether for small, detailed components or large, heavy-duty parts. Kitmondo’s listings provide detailed specifications on pressing force, helping you find a machine that matches your needs.

Stroke Length and Speed

The stroke length and speed impact the efficiency and precision of the forging process. Look for machines with adjustable stroke lengths and speeds to accommodate different materials and forging requirements.

Control Systems

Advanced control systems enhance precision, consistency, and efficiency. Features such as programmable settings, touch-screen interfaces, real-time monitoring, and automated adjustments can significantly improve productivity.

Build Quality and Durability

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

Energy Efficiency

Energy-efficient machines reduce operational costs and environmental impact. Look for forging presses with energy-saving features like efficient hydraulic systems, servo-electric drives, and advanced control systems to optimize energy consumption.

Safety Features

Safety is paramount in metal forging operations. Ensure the press includes safety features such as emergency stop buttons, protective guards, and automatic shutdown mechanisms to protect operators and equipment.

Leading Brands in Forging Presses

Choosing reputable brands ensures higher quality and better support. Here are some top brands in the forging press market:

  • Schuler: Known for high-precision and innovative forging presses, offering robust solutions for various metal forging applications.
  • Komatsu: Renowned for durable and advanced technology, Komatsu presses are popular in the forging industry.
  • SMS Group: Provides a range of high-performance forging presses known for reliability and efficiency.
  • Lasco: Offers versatile forging presses characterized by efficiency and robustness.
  • Fagor Arrasate: Known for high-quality machines designed for precision and high-speed forging, ideal 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 Presses

The cost of used forging presses varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Prices typically range from several tens of thousands to several hundred thousand dollars. For instance, a used Schuler mechanical forging press might be priced between $50,000 and $150,000, while a high-end SMS Group hydraulic forging press could range from $200,000 to $500,000. Kitmondo’s marketplace offers a variety of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.

Conclusion

Forging presses are indispensable tools in the metal forging industry, offering efficient and reliable solutions for shaping metal workpieces. By understanding the different types of presses and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions to enhance their operational capabilities. Kitmondo offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, with detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a mechanical forging press, a hydraulic forging press, a servo-electric forging press, or a screw forging press, Kitmondo’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your metal forging operations.