Impact extrusion presses are ideally suited for the manufacture of cans, tubes, and a whole series of similar formed industrial parts. Starting material is a slug several millimeters thick. The material flows during this process by backward extrusion between die and punch. In this way, thin-walled aluminum cylinders are produced.
Another processing variant is combined forward and backward extrusion for parts used primarily as components for the automobile and electronics sectors, such as, for example, fuel filters. In the recent past, Schuler has sold more than 600 such impact extrusion presses and is considered the world leader in this market segment. During the past fiscal year Schuler has developed and introduced a new generation of impact extrusion presses. The new XS series is offered in capacities between 1,500 and 12,000 kN and are notable for a low-impact forming thanks to a modified knuckle drive.
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