International cooperation in cold forging technology: The International cold forging group

  • Bay N
  • Lange K
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Abstract

International cooperation in the field of cold forging technology started in 1961 by formation of the OECD Group of Experts on Metal Forming. In 1967 this group was transformed into the International Cold Forging Group, ICFG, an independent body which has now been operative for 25 years. Members of the ICFG are personally elected by the Plenary as experts within the field, often repressnting national groups within cold forging. The main work within the ICFG is carried out in its subgroups which are established by the Plenary to collect, compile and evaluate data and eventually also produce data by cooperative activities or by instigating national research. These subgroups have produced 9 data sheets and 7 guidelines on subjects such as materials, tool design and construction, calculation methods for cold forging tools, manufacture of slugs, lubrication aspects and small quantity production. Plenary meetings are held annually in order to coordinate the subgroup work and to inform the members on the present worldwide activity in cold forging by presentation and discussion of selected papers from the 21 member countries. © 1992.

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  • Niels BayTechnical University of Denmark Department of Mechanical Engineering

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