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Forging
ABOUT Forging
Technology: Metal Forging Services are metalworking processes which use hammering, rolling, and stamping to shape usually ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Forging is done mostly by mechanical means although some products are still hand forged. Most metals being forged can be hot or cold worked.

Two principal forging methods are open and closed die forging. Open die forging produces simple shapes using multiple dies that do not enclose the parts, much like hand forging over an anvil. Closed die forging produces parts in dies that enclose the parts such that the material fills a cavity.

Forging improves the strength of metal through the hammering process and is often used to produce parts that will see high stresses such as engine crankshafts.

Advantages: Forging services are used to produce high strength parts in a variety of metals.
  • Compared with castings, forging can change the grain structure through working the metal to improve its properties
  • Open and closed die processes can be combined in multi step forging to produce complex parts

    Limitations of forging services
  • Dies can be expensive for small lot runs

    Applications: Forging services can produce large and small parts with enhanced strength characteristics
  • Aircraft landing struts
  • Engine components, cranks, con rods, etc.
  • Cold Forming Cold Heading Forging
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