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Rotary swaging is to turning a die together with the main shaft() and forge it by giving
proper hit on the die. The figure (a) is a case in which there are two dies, and the figure (b) is
one in which there are four dies. In the rotary swaging, the die will be hit when the head of a
hammer and a roller meet as the hammer turns. The hammer will be opened when it is in
between rollers by centrifugal force. At this time the material will be supplied.
By a centrifugal force of the main shaft, the swaging dies will run repeatedly in the centrifugal
direction. When the two rollers are on the both ends of Thrust Piece, the Dies will open and close
in maximum. This method will give us a better structure for managing and replacing the thrust
piece and the dies. The forms of dies made by the shapes required are designed for longer and
stronger durability.
The work of dies can be divided into three steps like the following figure, and the working surface,
that is a section between the shafts is properly targeted and get a minimal load of the shaft.
Consequently it is possible for us to shape it by even a small Feed force.
When the material is flowed into it, and
a distortion angle between the shafts is
narrow, the middle part of the application
(1015) material will be used in between shafts.
When there is a discrepancy in the distortion angle, it will be applied.
(less than 90)

Ram end forming is a process in which the molding() die will be processed in a way of
indenting in the straight direction on the inside or outside of the object under work.
As the object under work does not rotate, it is possible for you to do a process for asymmetrical
or complex section of an object. Like the figure, when you need to treat a pipe-like material you
will be able to do the work inside and outside at the same time.