Forging is controlled, plastic
deformation or working of metals into predetermined
shapes by means of pressure or impact blows,
or a combination of both. Forging improves
the quality of the metal, refines the grain
structure and increases strength and toughness.
Forgings can offer decisive cost advantages,
especially in high-volume production runs.
Forged parts are generally near-net shapes,
making better use of material, generating
little scrap, and requiring less machining
and labor time. Properly designed, a forging
can replace an entire multicomponent assembly.
- Cold Forging
- Impression Die Forging
- Open Die Forging
- Closed Die Forging
- Seamless Rolled Ring