Alexander Martini

Graduation:
Dipl.-Ing.
Function:
Project engineer
Practice Areas:
multi-directional forging, bulk forging
Phone:
+49 (0)511 279 76-340
E-Mail:
martini@iph-hannover.de
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Publications

Tool wear is of great economic relevance for forging companies. In addition to the maintenance costs, wear-related rejects are also produced. In the course of the research project “Processes for lot sizing planning in consideration of abrasion”, a method was developed for the determination of component-specific cost functions depending on the tool wear. The method allows the determination of a lot size, that leads to a most cost saving production.

lot sizing planning, tool wear, method, software demonstrator, forging tools

For the establishment of innovative manufacturing processes, consistent results and increased tool life is very important. When using slider tools in multidirectional forging processes, tool life identification has not been occurred yet. For the industrial implementation of slider tools, the influence of different process parameters on the resulting tool life is to be determined and a construction guideline for tool life increasement is created.

multi-directional forging, tool life optimization, design guidelines, toolmaking

Research projects