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Industrial Forging


Forging forms its part by pressing the warm or cold raw material into two or more multi-part molds (die forging) or dropping the hammer to forge the material without a mold (free forging).

Forging parts have excellent strength properties. Component parts processed by this method are particularly effective when forces and movements are to be transmitted and high strains are caused. There is a great range of standardized materials for the various applications that can be adapted by purposeful heat treatment to achieve an optimum adjustment to the purpose intended. Homogeneous properties of the materials ensure favorable conditions for the testing of the components.

Materials:  Steel, stainless steel, alloy steel according to DIN, ASTM, ISO, BS, JIS, SS, GB.


Weight Range:  0.1kg up to 300 kg.


Dimensions:  Depend on different design.


Order Quantity:  Medium and Large series.


Machining:  Machining Center, CNC, conventional machines, all current processing methods.


Surface treatment:  Shot blasting, hot-dip galvanizing, electrical galvanizing, chemical galvanizing, tumbling, powder coating, painting, polishing, passivation, vitrifying, etc..


Quality Control:  Chemical analysis, mechanical properties for tensile strength, yield stress, elongation, impact testing, pressure testing, 3-D co-ordinate CMC, metallography, magnetic particle flaw inspection, etc.

Stacked Steel Rods
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