Identification and Analysis of Defect in Forging Tools by Non-Destructive Detection Method

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The forging tool has its irreplaceable location across a wide range of industrial production including automotive, aviation and bearing industry. The use of forging tools in serial production has led to a huge increase in consumption of forging tools. By following the productivity and economic benefits of using the tools, the need for rapid and flexible tool renovation is also growing. It is primarily based on the reliable identification and analysis of cracks occurring during operation. This article deals with the application of non-destructive detection technology in assessing the size of the defects of forging that arise in the molding process.

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