Physical-Technical Institute

https://phti.by/  

Technology and equipment for cross-wedge rolling of axisymmetric parts

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

Belarus

IDENTIFIER

TO5396

PUBLISHED

2022-08-04

LAST UPDATE

2022-08-05

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Responsible
Maryia Matsias
+375 17 342 3706
market@phti.by
Summary
Technology and equipment for cross-wedge rolling for the production of products such as bodies of revolution with an extended axis are proposed. Structural and tool steels, as well as non-ferrous metal alloys, can be rolled. The institute is looking for industrial partners or R&D organizations for commercial agreement with technical assistance, license agreement, or research cooperation agreement.
Description
One of the promising areas of metal forming is cross-wedge rolling (CWR). The CWR method is intended for the production of products such as bodies of revolution with an extended axis. Structural and tool steels, as well as non-ferrous metal alloys, can be rolled. The PKP technology makes it possible to increase labor productivity by 10 times compared to turning shafts on automatic lathes, to reduce the metal consumption rate by 30-60%, and to increase the wear resistance of products by 20-30%. High tool life (up to 500 thousand pieces), as well as full automation of the rolling process, significantly reduce production costs.

Technical specifications of CWR complexes



CWR is used in the automotive industry, machine tool building, instrument making, agricultural machine building, tractor building, aircraft building, the nuclear industry for processing structural and a number of tool steels, heat-resistant and stainless steels, as well as non-ferrous alloys based on copper, aluminum, titanium, zirconium.
Advantages and Innovations
Flat-rolling mills have a number of advantages over roll mills:
• ease of manufacture and low cost of flat wedge tools manufactured on universal milling and grinding machines;
• stable position of the part on the plane of the tool;
• high dimensional accuracy (0.1…0.5 mm) of rolled parts;
• high resistance of flat wedge tools (up to 500,000 parts);
• low metal intensity of the equipment;
• low cost of rolled parts (10% lower than on roll mills);
• ease of operation and adjustment of the mill;
• quick readjustment of equipment for the production of new parts, full automation of the process.
Stage of development
Already on the market
Funding source
State budged
Internal
IPR status
Exclusive rights
Sector group
Aeronautics, Space and Dual-Use Technologies
Agrofood
Intelligent Energy
Maritime Industry and Services
Materials
Mobility

Client information

Type
R&D institution
Year established
1931
NACE keywords
C.25.50 - Forging, pressing, stamping and roll-forming of metal; powder metallurgy
M.72.19 - Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering
Turnover (in EUR)
10-20M
Already engaged in transnational cooperation
Yes
Additional comments
The R&D institute develops technologies for processing of materials using laser, ion and electron beams, plasma flows, high pressures and electromagnetic fields, also develops new multifunctional materials and coatings with improved characteristics for machine building industry, tool making, microelectronics, medicine and others.
Languages spoken
English
Russian

Information about partnership

Type of partnership considered
Commercial agreement with technical assistance
License agreement
Research cooperation agreement
Type and role of partner sought
Type of partner sought: company or R&D organization.

Industrial partner from metalworking industry interested in acquiring the technology and equipment for cross-wedge rolling for the production of products such as bodies of revolution with an extended axis under a commercial agreement with technical assistance or license agreement.

Industrial partner or R&D organization interested in improving or adapting the technology to the specific needs under a research cooperation agreement.
Type and size of partner sought
> 500 MNE
> 500
251-500
SME 51-250
SME 11-50
SME <= 10
R&D Institution
University

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