All About Tube Swaging Machines

A tube swaging machine is employed to permanently join pipes by putting them under pressure, or pushing them through a mold. In contrast to traditional metalworking that relies on the use of heat, tube swaging machines employ cold metalworking techniques to produce metal. 

Because swaging is a form-making rather than a machining process which does not result in the waste of metal scraps in the making of pipes. In the process of tube swaging, tubes are joined by either reducing or increasing the tube's diameter near the end of the tube. This is done by repeated hammering. You can know more about tube swaging presses via

HM-5 (4/R) swaging machine for continuous swaging of special alloys from 42x250 mm - 6x12000 mm - YouTube

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The tubes' ends can be flattened, slotted, flared, notched punched, flanged, or flattened. By swaging pipes and tubes can be joined quickly.

To join the tubes together, one tube is put into a die that is then compressed at the end of the tube. Since this tube is smaller in diameter, it will fit inside the ends of another tube. 

The two tubes are joined with a compressive force applied on the joint to join them. This technique can be used to create a unified system of pipes and tubes or to join a variety of pipe fittings.

Rotary swagers, long-die swagers and Flaring devices for pipes are just a few of the various designs of tube swaging devices. The swaging machines are utilized for tubes made of various metals that include aluminum, steel brass, and copper, titanium as well as stainless steel. 

The tubes produced by swaging machines can be used in the automotive, aerospace marine, construction, and military industries.