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Method for suppressing the surface cracking in cold forging

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By Satoru Watanabe, Yoshifumi Haruhata and Takashi Kuboki, Sumitomo Metals (Kokura) Ltd., and Yutaka Neishi, Sumitomo Metals Industries, Japan
2002
 
A criterion to predict surface crack occurrence in cold forging was proposed, and a method for suppressing cracking in production lines was investigated for a typical cold-forged steel, AISI105. Tests revealed that the most effective drawing condition for suppressing surface cracking in cold forging was to choose a die diameter as large as possible.
  
 
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