Unlike drop forging, which uses a series of blows, forging presses apply slow pressure to the workpiece. This results in uniform plastic deformation, or the shaping of the workpiece without breaking it.
Forging presses can use hydraulic or mechanical force to apply pressure. Mechanical forging presses use a flywheel to store energy, which is then used to move a ram attached to a crank mechanism. These presses can apply up to 12,000 tons of pressure.
The MIHF series is a forging presses driven by direct drive system that appropriate to produce various types of forging. High rigidity integral frame of a complete range of The MIHF series so that it shows intense power and minimizes elongation. The high precision slide and the 8-surface adjustable guide gib from front to back and side to side produces the high preciseness or the products.