Forging Parts

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What is forging process?

Forging involves the process of heating metal and then reshaping it to form a specific object. This reshaping is achieved through the use of a falling ram or by applying die press compression, effectively molding the metal into the desired shape. The process of heating and forming the metal realigns its grain structure, significantly enhancing its strength and making it capable of withstanding high pressure. This makes forged pieces particularly well-suited for use in industries like truck manufacturing, aerospace, and medical equipment. Opting for the forging process offers several unique advantages that are unparalleled by other manufacturing methods. It stands out in providing exceptional value, especially when the strength, size, and performance specifications of a part are of paramount importance. The most prevalent forging methods include:
  • Closed die forging
  • Open die forging
  • Cold forging
  • Extrusion
  • Roll forging
Discover the Art of Forging
In metal forging, four main tools are used depending on the exact method.

Forging Equipment

Advantages of forging

  • Heavy production is economically feasible
  • Tolerances within 0.01-0.02 inches more accurate
  • With less draft, dies are more accurate in terms of dimensions.
  • Die speed, pressure, and travel are automatically controlled
  • It is possible to automate processes

Hammers

Forging uses hammers, or power hammers, as a tool to repeatedly strike metal, deforming it. The tool can be a hand-held hammer or a massive power hammer. A hammer can pound metal into shape as long as it has a driving force of 50,000 pounds and can deliver high-pressure impact blows.

Presses

Forging dies are continuously pressed using mechanical or hydraulic pressures. This type of equipment requires 50,000 tons of driving force to vertically squeeze metal into die cavities. The metal is slowly pressed into the dies instead of being struck repeatedly to deform it.

Upsetters

The main difference between upsetter forging and press forging is that upsetter forging is done horizontally instead of forcing the metal downward into the die impression.

Ring Rollers

The ring roller is used to produce rings with diameters of a few inches to more than 300 inches. It turns a hollow round piece of metal under extreme pressure against a rotating roll.
press forging

EMTECH FORGING

In Emitech’s forging process, both the die and the metal are heated to an identical temperature. This is achieved through adiabatic heating, a process where there is no exchange of heat or mass between the system and its surroundings. All the transformations that occur are driven by internal factors, leading to precisely regulated strain rates. Thanks to the reduced heat loss in this process, it becomes feasible to utilize smaller forging machines, enhancing efficiency and control.
teeth parts

Construction Part

Cylinder Forging Part

brass housing
Brass Housing
Valve Part

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