DH10series Vertical die opening upsetting machine is a medium-sized Upsetting machine. The device is composed of two sets of mechanisms, respectively driving the upsetting punch and clamping die mechanism. The two sets of mechanisms move in accordance with the predetermined movement regularity to meet the requirements of the working cycle.
The Feature of Performance：
The upsetting slide has a long guide device, which can bear a large eccentric load and is suitable for multi-cavity forging. The clamping mechanism for driving die model has an overload protection device to prevent overload damage in the clamping process.
The flat forging machine has wide application performance, which is a special machine for upsetting long special-shaped workpieces. The range of applications is from 200mm to 2m or 3m, all of them can be produced, which meets the requirements of producing over-length workpieces for customers.
The machine has a wide range of applications, which is an ideal machine for producing various kinds of extension hot forgings such as socket tools, valve rod, bevel gear extension bolt ball-shaped workpiece and half-shaft.
The machine has the best price, convenient maintenance and durable. DH10 upsetting machine adopts PLC as the core control system, and the reasonable design of automatic lubrication system is recognized by customers.
Â Stroke of main slider
Stroke of clamping slider
No. of main slider stroke
Max. die height
Thickness of subplate
Dimension of clamping groove(Length x Width x Height)
Size of work slot (width* depth)
Size of slider bottom(L*W)
Overall dimension(Length x Width x Height)
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