At Exapro, we provide a diverse selection of used cold forging machines, essential for precision metal forming in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing. These machines are designed to deform metal at room temperature, producing strong, high-quality components with excellent dimensional accuracy. Our cold forging machines are available at prices ranging from €20,000 for basic models to €200,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from leading brands like Hatebur, National Machinery, Schuler, and Nedschroef. Each machine features unique specifications such as press force, stroke length, production speed, and automation capabilities, ensuring they meet your specific production requirements.

When selecting a cold forging machine, consider key factors such as the type of metals being processed, the required forging force, the machine’s precision, and its integration with other production line equipment. These elements are crucial for achieving consistent, high-quality results, optimizing production efficiency, and minimizing material waste. Investing in our used cold forging machines not only gives you access to premium equipment at significantly reduced prices but also supports sustainable practices by extending the lifecycle of durable machinery. Trust Exapro's commitment to outstanding customer service and find the perfect machine to enhance your metal forming operations.

Explore Exapro’s listings today to discover reliable cold forging machines that deliver exceptional performance and value for your metalworking needs.

Voronezh К 3037В.01 Cold forging machine

Year:

Power in tons 500 T
Table width 1400 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 32
Table length 2500 mm
Ram stroke 250 mm

PKZ 400х1000 Cold forging machine

Year: 1979

Power in tons 400 T
Table width 1000 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 18
Table length 1520 mm
Ram stroke 315 mm

Gräbener GK 360 Cold forging machine (360 t)

Year:

Power in tons 360 T
Table width 430 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 40
Table length 525 mm
Ram stroke 100 mm
Motor power 12 kW




China Y83-630 Cold forging machine

Year: 2023

Briquetting press model Y83-630, designed for briquetting non-ferrous (aluminum, brass, copper, bronze), steel and cast iron chips. The equipment allows you to get briquettes that meet all applicable standards. Pig-iron briquettes completely replace cast iron in melting. The press is designed for cold pressing of waste metal chips. The Y83-630 press is suitable for processing chips of both non-ferrous and …

Used Hosung 800 ton Cold Forging Press.

Year: 2014

Power in tons 800 T
Table width 800 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 35
Table length 900 mm
Ram stroke 220 mm

ERFURT PAUSТ 63/3 Cold forging machine

Year: 1984

Power in tons 63 T
Ram stroke 200 mm
Table length 3200 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 112

ERFURT PTrZSSt 210/11/280 Cold forging machine

Year: 1986

Power in tons 210 T
Ram stroke 400 mm
Table length 3500 mm

ERFURT PAUSt 100/1 Cold forging machine

Year: 1984

Power in tons 100 T
Ram stroke 280 mm
Table length 2200 mm
Nbr of strokes/min 58

Darragon 100 ton heated Cold forging machine

Year:

Power in tons 100 T
Table width 600 mm
Table length 600 mm

Darragon 750 ton heated Cold forging machine

Year:

Power in tons 750 T
Table width 800 mm
Table length 800 mm

JG Kayser H ½ - HSDS – CH Cold forging machine

Year:

Table length 114 mm
Motor power 18.6428 kW

Pullmax EKP-CNC 100 2,6/2,05 Cold forging machine

Year: 1985

Power in tons 11 T
Table length 2600 mm



National 625 Cold forging machine

Year: 1970

Nbr of strokes/min 100
Motor power 25 kW

Farmer Norton 2 High Cold Reversing Mill 254MM X 304/381MM

Year: 2010

Power in tons 100 T
Motor power 44.74273 kW

National Kayser 1000-6 Cold forging machine

Year: 1977

Cold heading machine National Kayser 1000-6 Detailed information on request 1977


Achieving Precision and Strength: A Comprehensive Guide to Cold Forging Machines

Cold forging machines are essential in the metalworking industry, providing efficient and precise solutions for shaping metal parts at room temperature. These machines enhance product strength, surface finish, and dimensional accuracy, making them indispensable for manufacturing automotive components, fasteners, and various industrial parts. Understanding the types, features, and considerations for purchasing cold forging machines can significantly enhance production capabilities and product quality. Exapro, a leading online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a diverse selection of cold forging machines, providing businesses with access to high-quality equipment at competitive prices.

Types of Cold Forging Machines

Cold forging machines come in various types and configurations to meet specific production needs and applications. The primary types include:

Mechanical Cold Forging Presses

Mechanical cold forging presses utilize a mechanical flywheel to store energy, which is then rapidly released to forge metal parts. These machines are known for their high-speed operation and are suitable for high-volume production.

  • Single-Action Presses: Feature a single slide that moves vertically to forge parts. Ideal for simpler forging operations and high-speed production.
  • Double-Action Presses: Incorporate two slides that move in opposite directions, allowing for more complex forging processes and improved material flow.

Hydraulic Cold Forging Presses

Hydraulic cold forging presses use hydraulic cylinders to apply force, offering greater control over the forging process. These machines are suitable for precision forging operations and can handle larger and more complex parts.

  • C-Frame Presses: Provide easy access to the work area and are ideal for smaller parts and lower tonnage applications.
  • H-Frame Presses: Offer higher rigidity and are suitable for larger parts and higher tonnage applications.

Servo Presses

Servo presses use servo motors to control the forging process, offering precise control over force, speed, and position. These machines are ideal for complex and high-precision forging operations.

  • Servo Mechanical Presses: Combine the benefits of mechanical presses with servo control, offering high speed and precision.
  • Servo Hydraulic Presses: Combine the benefits of hydraulic presses with servo control, providing superior control and versatility.

Specialized Cold Forging Machines

Specialized cold forging machines are designed for specific applications, such as the production of fasteners, gears, and other specialized parts.

  • Bolt Makers: Specifically designed for the high-speed production of bolts and screws, offering precise control over the forging process.
  • Nut Formers: Designed for manufacturing nuts, providing high precision and efficiency in production.

Exapro offers a variety of cold forging machines, ensuring businesses can find equipment that meets their specific production needs.

Key Features and Specifications

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

Forging Force and Capacity

The forging force and capacity of the machine determine the types and sizes of parts that can be forged. Machines with higher tonnage are suitable for forging larger and more complex parts. Exapro’s listings provide detailed specifications on forging force and capacity, helping you find a machine that matches your production needs.

Speed and Cycle Time

The speed and cycle time of the machine impact overall production efficiency. High-speed machines are essential for large-scale operations, while lower-speed machines may suffice for smaller production runs. Consider the machine's strokes per minute (SPM) and cycle time to ensure it meets your production volume requirements.

Automation and Control

Advanced automation and control systems enhance precision and consistency in the forging process. Features such as programmable settings, touch-screen interfaces, and real-time monitoring capabilities can significantly boost productivity and ensure consistent product quality. Exapro’s platform includes machines with various levels of automation, allowing you to find the right balance between functionality and ease of use.

Material Compatibility

Ensure the machine is compatible with the materials you need to forge, such as steel, aluminum, copper, and other metals. Machines that can handle a range of materials offer greater flexibility and versatility in your operations.

Durability and Maintenance

The durability of the machine and its maintenance requirements are essential for long-term operational efficiency. Machines constructed from high-quality materials, such as hardened steel, are more resistant to wear and tear. Easy-to-clean designs and accessible components simplify maintenance, reducing downtime and operational costs. Exapro provides information on the condition and maintenance history of used machines, aiding in informed decision-making.

Leading Brands in Cold Forging Machines

Reputable brands and manufacturers are often synonymous with higher quality and better support. Some leading brands in the cold forging machine market include:

  • National Machinery: Known for their high-precision and innovative machines, National Machinery offers robust solutions suitable for various cold forging applications.
  • Hatebur: Hatebur’s machines are renowned for their durability and advanced technology, making them a popular choice in the automotive and fastener industries.
  • Komatsu: Komatsu provides a range of high-performance cold forging machines, known for their reliability and precision in demanding applications.
  • Sakamura: Sakamura’s machines are characterized by efficiency and versatility, offering reliable performance for large-scale operations.
  • Nedschroef: Nedschroef offers high-quality machines designed for precision and high-speed forging, ideal for producing fasteners and automotive components.

Exapro features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Cold Forging Machines

The cost of used cold forging machines varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Generally, prices can range from several thousand to several hundred thousand dollars. For example, a used National Machinery single-action press might be priced around $20,000 to $50,000, while a high-end Hatebur servo press could cost between $100,000 and $300,000. Exapro's marketplace offers a range of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.

Conclusion

Cold forging machines are essential tools in the metalworking industry, offering efficient and reliable solutions for shaping metal parts with high precision and strength. By understanding the different types of machines and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that align with their production needs. Exapro offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, providing detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a mechanical press, hydraulic press, servo press, or a specialized forging machine, Exapro’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your cold forging operations.