P. Merkel
L. Budde
J. Grajczak
C. Nowroth
V. Prasanthan
M. Kriwall
M. Lammers
S. Nothdurft
J. Hermsdorf
J. Twiefel
L. Overmeyer
S. Kaierle
J. Wallaschek
B. Breidenstein
B.-A. Behrens
M. Stonis

Feasibility study for the manufacturing of hybrid pinion shafts with the cross-wedge rolling process

Int. J. Mater. Form.
Type: Zeitschriftenaufsatz (reviewed)
The Collaborative Research Center 1153 is investigating an innovative process chain for the production of hybrid components. The hybrid workpieces are first joined and then formed by cross-wedge rolling. Pinion shafts were manufactured to investigate the behavior of the joining zone under increased complexity of the forming process. For this purpose, six types of workpieces produced by three types of joining processes were formed into pinion shafts. The reference process provides a shaft with a smooth bearing seat. It was found that the increased complexity did not present any challenges compared to the reference processes. A near-net shape geometry was achieved for the pinions made of steel.