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Sept. 4, 1945.
D. w. SHERMAN
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FORGING
DIE
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2,384,349
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Filed Jan. 27, 1944
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Donald W Sherman
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Application January 27, 1944, Serial No. 519,930“ I
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This invention relates to forging dies.
The principal object of the invention is .to pro
vide a forging die for high temperature forging
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then firing the were about?‘ 16006 ‘e. The m- .
ing operation fuses the enameling. material and
bonds the same to the steel lining 4 throughout.
The upper die I is of similar construction with
a lining ‘I and ceramic enamel coating 0. The
According to the invention, the working sur
face of the upper die I, however, is usually of
face of the die or of a thin liner therefor has a
different shape than that of the lower die i, de-_
coating of ceramic enamel or the like bonded
pending upon the shape of the piece to be formed.
thereto to serve as a lubricant.
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In carrying out the forging operation, the bar
The invention has been applied to the forging 10 9 to be forged is ?rst heated thoroughly to above
of thin sections in one forging operation as set
2400° F. and then subjected to the forging pres
forth in applicant's copending application, Serial
sure of the two opposed dies l and '6. In the forg
No. 519,940, filed on even' date herewith for
ing operation the bar I is first engaged by the
Method of forging and lubricant therefor.
dies along the center line of the latter, and as
An embodiment of the invention is illustrated 15 the metal of‘ the bar ?ows laterally under the
in the accompanying drawing in which:
pressure of the dies thereon, it progressively en
“Figure 1 is a plan view of the face of a forging
gages more and more of the die faces until it sub
stantially ?lls the die cavity and takes on the
Pig. 2 is an enlarged transverse section of the
shape of the ?nished forged article.
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die taken on line 2—2 of Fig. 1, together with 20 The ceramic enamel I and I bonded to the
its mate;
working faces of the lining becomes plastic from
Fig. 3 is an enlarged fragmentary section simi
the heat of the forging blank 0 and serves as a lu
lar to Fig. 2; and
bricant for the dies. It was found in tests that
Fig. 4 is a similar transverse section showing a
without the enamel it took about 1,800 tons pres
modi?ed construction of die without employing
sure to form the forged product described: where
and in which a lubricant is secured to the work
ing face of the die.
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a replaceable lining.
as with the enamel lubricant it took less than 200
The dies illustrated in the drawing were con
tons of pressure. The softening of the enamel
structed for the forging of a specially shaped
occurs progressively as the metal being forged
steel plate having thin sections of considerable
gradually ?ows laterally in the dies, and therefore
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surface area. The plate is forged from a round
a fresh supply of lubricant is always being sup_
bar about three inches in diameter and several
plied at the point of ?ow of the metal. The bond
feet long in a single operation of the forging
ing of the enamel to the working surface of the
press. In order to accomplish this, and in ac
die prevents its being scraped off or pushed ahead
cordance with the method set forth in the co
of the ?owing metal.
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pending application above speci?ed, the bar is
The enamel coating should be at least ten thou
heated to swim; close to the melting point of ~
sandths of an inch thick and preferably compris
the steel and a ceramic enamel lubricant is em
es two or more coatings, one applied on another.
ployed to line the dies.
The ?rst coat should be of a composition giving
The present invention is directed to the con
good bonding characteristics. The enamel is
struction of the dies and the application of the
preferably of the hard or glass type ?ring at above
ceramic enamel lubricant thereto to obtain the
1600“ F. as distinguished from softer types ?ring
most satisfactory forging results.
as low as 1300" 13‘. However, this may depend up
The lower die I constitutes a block of metal 2
on the shape and composition of the article being
having a face 0 generally shaped according to
forged and the forging temperature employed.
the article being forged and provided with a 45 As explained in the copending application re
relatively thin replaceable lining of sheet metal
ferred to, the spread between the ?ring tempera
4, and the latter has bonded to its working face
ture of the enamel and the temperature to which
a continuous
enamel l.
uniform
coating
of
ceramic
the work blank is heated for forging should be
such as to effect a heating of the hard enamel to
The lining 4 may be formed directly against 50 a plastic state to provide its lubricant effect. If
the face I of the block 2 sons to fit tightly and
the enamel remains too hard, it may obi ectlonably
affect the surface of the forging. 0n the other
The enamel I is applied to the working face
hand, if the enamel melts to a liquid state too soon
of the lining by ?rst spraying a vitreous enamel
it may be scraped off and thereby fail to lubricate.
ing material over the surface to be coated and 65 In the modi?ed embodiment of the invention
uniformly thereagainst.
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2. Adieformetalforgingcpuationscomvrh
illustrated in Fig. 4, the enamel II is bonded di
reetlytotheworkingfaeesofthedles II and II
ingadiememberhavingaworkingfaceforamp
ingaheatedmetalarticleandahsrdrefracton
which are dimensioned to shape the article with
lubricantwhichsottmsundertheheatofthe
out a liner. In employing this embodiment, the
?lorgingoperationliningtheworkingfaceof?ie
working face of the die is cleaned between each
one or two forging operations and then reenam
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eled. In the preferred embodiment of Figs. 1, 2
and 3, however, the liner is su?lciently cheap to
permit it to be discarded and a new enameled liner
placedinthedieassoonastheenamelhasbe
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come sumciently destroyed to prevent its use. It
is usually best to use the enamel only once and
to replace the liner between each forging opera
tion. It is also possible to clean and reenamel
the liners for repeated use.
Various embodiments of the invention may be
employed within the scope of the accompanying
claims.
The invention is claimed as follows:
1. A die for forging operations comprising a die go
member having a working face for shaping an
article, and a coating thereon of ceramic enamel
bonded thereto.
3. Adieformetalforgingopmtionscomprb
ingadieblochasheetmetallinerforthersceoi
thedieblockandprovidingaworkingfacefor
thedie,andaceramieenamelcoatingcovering
sugidworkingfaceandbmidcdtosaldsheetmetal
er.
4. Inadieforhightemperaturemetalforging
operations,areplsceablemetallininghavingits
working surface coated with a vitreous material
?redandbondedthereto.
5. In a die for high temperature metal forsinc
operations, a glass enamel lubricant coating and
bondedto the working surface of the die.
DONALD W. SHERMAN.
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