Drop Forging – The forging shape is made by using a Drop Hammer to hammer the metal between 2 halves of a Die. This method is sometimes called Hammer Forging.
Hot Forging – Involves the heating of a Billet to a temperature high enough to avoid strain hardening.
Cold Forging – Carried out at room temperature for more simpler tasks like bending or punching.
Open Die Forging or Hand Forging – Billet is repeatedly struck between 2 flat or slightly contoured surfaces.The billet is constantly turned by the forge operator.
Our engineering forgings are created to weights of a few grammes to 1tonne and can be produced by Hammer or Press.
Supplied Forgings are:
All parts are supplied with any Forging flash already trimmed with any holes punched clear.