Cold Forging Parts-Services-Manufacturer-Supplier

Cold forging, also known as cold forming, is a metalworking process that uses force applied at room temperature to shape metal. Unlike hot forging, which uses high temperatures to soften the metal for shaping, cold forging is done at room temperature, making it a more energy-efficient and cost-effective process.

Cold Forging Capabilities

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Cold-Forging Equipment

Our cold forging capabilities are second to none, making us the go-to choice for anyone in need of high-quality, precision parts. With the ability to produce parts up to 4 inches in diameter and 16 inches in length (dependent on the press – 800 ton press limit is 10 inches), we specialize in extruded shafts that meet even the most demanding specifications. Our general tolerances and machine stock allowance are also impressive, with length tolerance of +/- 0.5mm (+/- 0.02 inches), diameter tolerance of +/- 0.25mm or better (+/- 0.01 inches), and stock allowance of 0.25mm or less! (.01 inches). We also track critical dimensions on random parts using CPK, with an average of 7.21, ensuring consistency and accuracy in every part we produce. Choose us for your cold forging needs and experience the difference of working with a true industry leader.

Could Forging Materials

  • steel
  • non-ferrous heavy metals
  • stainless steel
  • round bars or wire coils
  • aluminum

Advantages of Cold Forgings

Looking for a cost-effective solution for your precision parts needs? Look no further than cold forgings! Our cold forging process offers a wide range of advantages, including the ability to produce net and near-net parts that reduce or eliminate the need for machining. This results in reduced raw material waste and low scrap rates of 0 PPM rejections, saving you time and money. Our process also offers tight tolerances with forged centers if required, excellent surface finish with no scale, and the ability to utilize turned and polished bar with no decarb. Plus, our process improves physical properties by refining grain structure and eliminates subsequent heat treating. With an average press uptime of 94%, you can trust us to deliver high-quality parts on time and on budget. And with forged in centers, we can even eliminate end mill and center operations, further streamlining the production process.

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