Ever wonder how they compress and combine steel rope? If so, then you’ll be glad to know that it’s most likely a SAHM splice swaging machine. The term “swage” derives from the Old French term souage, meaning “decorative groove” or “ornamental moulding”. They were originally tools used by blacksmiths to form metal into different shapes that are too intricate to make with just a hammer alone. Read more for a video and additional information.
Swaging machines, like the one you see above, are mainly used for shaping the metal in multiple ways, to enhance its aesthetics or its fit for a desired purpose. Germany-based SAHM has a range of swaging machines that stretches from a basic hand press through to an automatic swager with a capacity of 4,000-tons.
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