Ukraine, which is making investments in new technologies in the defense industry, will use a machine developed in Turkey for the production of rocket body parts.
Repkon Makina, which provides innovative solutions through research and development (R&D) activities in the metal forming sector, draws the attention of both domestic and international companies with its strategic products for defense, aerospace and the space industry.
Repkon manufactures machines capable of producing high precision parts for aviation and aerospace industries with its advancements in strategic technologies such as flowforming, shearforming and hot spinning. The company can also mass-produce these critical parts.
Repkon stands out in the metal forming industry especially with critical "flowforming" technology, which can be used by very few countries in the world in the production of rotationally symmetrical parts.
With this technology, a significant increase is achieved in final part tolerances and material strength values in cold forming. It is also possible to form many different and special materials with this method.
The cost-effective "flowforming" method provides material saving in serious situations by reducing the material losses in scraping operations and shortens production periods.
With "flowforming" machines developed by Repkon, turbine and engine parts, satellite launch rocket bodies, high pressure and temperature-resistant nozzles, conical heads and drive shafts, motion systems, warheads and rocket-missile bodies made of metal, torpedo bodies, parts such as precision copper cones used in anti-tank rockets can be produced.
The flowforming method was used for over half a century, but it was not possible to make an inner contour on the part with this method. Repkon succeeded in removing these constraints by developing the "free flowforming" method, which has been protected with patents around the world.
Thus, many parts, which had technological constraints and could not be produced before, can now be produced by a method developed by a Turkish company.
Repkon also succeeds in exporting its technologies. The company has already successfully completed its deliveries for many projects in exports to friendly and allied nations in coordination with the Undersecretariat for Defense Industries (SSM).
The latest country that got in contact with Repkon for this technology was Ukraine.
By choosing the "flowforming" method on rocket body parts, Ukraine will be able to raise the mechanical strength of the material to a higher level and produce a lightened rocket pipe.
Higher quality values are achieved in the bodies produced by this method, while more importantly, substantial increase is ensured in the internal volume of the body. In this case, as the fuel capacity in the body increases, an aerodynamic smooth flight trajectory can be achieved due to the geometric accuracy of the part, as well as the increase in the range. Thanks to newly acquired technology, Ukraine will gain a significant advantage in the defense industry.
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