Products/Services for Cold Hammer Forging

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    Forging Services - (583 companies)
    In the forging process, metal is shaped by pressing, pounding, or squeezing under very high pressure, to form parts called forgings. Forging processes include cold forging or heading, impression or closed die, open die, and seamless rolled ring... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hammers and Mallets - (177 companies)
    ...powered chisel hammer used to break apart cement, pavement, and other types of hard rocks and material. A steam hammer is a hammer used to shape forgings powered by steam. A trip hammer is a large hammer used in agriculture, mining, and forging... Learn More
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    Forgings and Forged Stock - (152 companies)
    How to Select Forgings and Forged Stock Forgings and forged stock are metals and alloys that are thermo-mechanically pressed or forged into bars, rods, or other shapes.What is Forging? Forging is a metallurgical process that subjects metal parts... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Forging Machines (hot forming) - (30 companies)
    ...the part. The punch's ram causes this malleable metal to conform to the shape of the punch and die cavities. Power hammers or drop hammers, as drop forging equipment is known, may use pneumatic, hydraulic, or electrical power. The dies and punches may... Learn More
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    Carbon Steels and Alloy Steels - (1058 companies)
    ...steels contain approximately 0.30 -0.59% carbon. They balance ductility and strength and have good wear resistance. They are used in forging and for large industrial and automotive components. High carbon steels contain approximately 0.6 -0.99% carbon... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Specialty Steels and Other Iron Alloys - (217 companies)
    ...and components such knives, dies, rolls, stamps, drills and screws. Choice of tool steel grade depends on whether the most important property of the material is a sharp cutting edge (knives and blades), impact resistance (hammer mills), or heat... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Impact Hammers - (55 companies)
    Impact hammers are used in structural and modal analysis to determine component or system response to impacts of varying amplitude and duration. A hammer with a force transducer in its head is paired with an accelerometer on the component being... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Cold Forming and Cold Heading Services - (175 companies)
    Cold forming and cold heading services form metal by placing it under pressure, without the addition of heat, until the desired shape is achieved. Cold heading is commonly used to manufacture bolts, rivet nuts, and many other fasteners. How... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Cold Traps - (8 companies)
    Cold Traps are laboratory glassware apparatus that condense all vapors except permanent gases into liquid or solid. Cold traps are devices meant to protect vacuum pumps from contamination by condensing harmful vapors into a liquid or solid. The trap... Learn More
  • Cold Packs - (28 companies)
    Cold packs, also called ice packs or gel packs, are enclosed sacs of ice or refrigerant used to maintain temperature of a surface or packaged item. The endothermic reaction of a cold pack results in its absorption of nearby warmth. Cold packs... Learn More
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...geometry are used to form the metal. The metal is usually heated prior to forging, however some smaller parts may be cold forged. The metal undergoes plastic deformation during the impression die forging process and flows to take on the shape of the dies. The geometry for this type of forging ranges from...

...the ability to produce superior quality metal parts in a wide array of sizes, shapes, materials, and finishes. Several well-known forging processes include impression or closed die, cold forging, and extrusion. There are also open-die and seamless-rolled-ring forging processes, each offering their own...

...cooling or cold working. The term as applied to soft, or low carbon steels, relates to a wide variety of commercially important, slow, gradual changes that take place in properties of steels after the final treatment. These changes, which bring about a condition of increased hardness, elastic limit...

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