Flow punch forming is a process in which high-strength bushes or eyelets are produced in thin-walled metals using a simple operation without cutting. Instead, friction and feed pressure are used to heat and form the material.

The flow punch forming process may be used everywhere, where threads, bushings, soldering connections or through-holes are to be produced in thin-walled metals materials (e.g. steel plates, non-ferrous metals or high-alloy steels).

Flow punch forming can be used with virtually all thin-walled metals (excluding tin or zinc); for example all


Welding steels
Stainless steels
Aluminium
Copper
Brass
Bronze
Magnetic materials
Special alloys













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