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Dry metal forming: Definition, chances and challenges

  • Frank Vollertsen
  • Florian Schmidt
Short Communication

Abstract

In metal forming, lubricants are still used to prevent corrosion, to reduce friction, wear and tool load as well as to protect the workpieces and intermediates. In economic and ecological points of view, the challenge is the avoidance of lubricant usage. Within this article we define the term of dry metal forming, a technology which contributes an approach to establish green technology in mass production. Regarding this, the benefits of this technology are shown. Three different approaches exist to achieve a dry forming process: ceramic tools, self-lubricating coating systems and hard material coatings. Concerning this matter, the state of research in dry metal forming is reviewed within this paper.

Keywords

Dry metal forming Avoidance of lubricants Self-lubricating coating systems Hard material coatings Sustainable metal forming 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BIAS-Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik GmbHBremenGermany

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