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    Forging Services - (578 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...
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    Forging Machines (hot forming) - (32 companies)
    Forging machines (hot forming) use compressive force and a high workpiece temperature to shape metal by plastic deformation. A type of hot forming, hot forging involves the plastic deformation of a metal at a temperature and strain rate where...
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    Forgings and Forged Stock - (149 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...
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    Deburring and Deflashing Services - (144 companies)
    Deburring and deflashing services serve to round sharp edges or corners and remove flash or parting lines from forging, casting or molding operations. Deburring and deflashing services serve to round sharp edges or corners and remove flash...
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    Metal Billets, Slabs, and Blooms - (168 companies)
    ...in extrusion, forging, rolling, and other metal-processing operations. Metal billets are round, rectangular, or hexagonal ingots or cast, semi-finished stock with a cross-section that is suitable for secondary processing. Billets are sometimes called bar...
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    Mold Making Services - (1727 companies)
    Mold making services design and build tooling and patterns for molding processes, including investment casting, permanent mold casting, sand casting, die casting, lost foam casting, powder metal, die forging, injection molding, blow molding...
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    Anvils - (16 companies)
    Anvils are material forming tools, providing a tough impact surface for worked parts. Made from a large, hard source material like stone or metal, they support material - often metal - part-work activities like chiseling, hammering and forging...
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    Mold Repair Services - (56 companies)
    ...or removing engraving. Types of molds that can be repaired by mold repair services are blow molding, compression molding, die casting, die forging, extrusion blow molding, injection molding, investment casting, lost foam casting, permanent mold casting, powder...
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    Thermomechanical Simulation Equipment - (19 companies)
    Types of Thermomechanical Simulation Equipment. Different types of thermomechanical simulation equipment include weld simulators, forging simulators, roll mill simulators, mechanical test equipment, thermomechanical testers, process simulators, hot...
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    Hammers and Mallets - (181 companies)
    ...or mechanically-powered. Hand-powered hammers are powered by the force of human hand-arm combination, and are commonly used for light-duty impact work like driving nails, joining parts, forging metal, and breaking-apart objects. They vary by head shape...
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Forging Solutions Design Engineering. Additional case studies. How Forgings Compare to Other Processes. Fatigue Performance Comparison of Competing Manufacturing Processes...

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Common terms used in forging, also a good metallurgical introduction....

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What is forging?. Why use forgings and where are they used?. Who buys forgings. How big is the forging industry?. How many people are employed by the forging industry?. What metals are forged?. What kind of equipment is used to make forgings?. Other resources: What are common applications of forged...

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Forging these 250mm diameter bars of special alloyed steel calls for a rapid pre-heating to 1250°C, with a narrow tolerance of +/- 10°C. Which is why Aubert et Duval turned to EFD Induction to design and supply an induction solution that can pre-heat with such accuracy....

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There are basically three methods (or processes) to make a forged part. Impression Die Forging. Cold Forging. Open Die Forging. Seamless Rolled Ring Forging...

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This Tech Bulletin provides a comparison of Cold Forging vs. conventional machining processes. It is part of a series of Tech Bulletins on Cold Forging. For more information, you can also read the Cold Forging Overview Tech Bulletin....

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Preheat a steel plate prior to forging to create a hoe head with the goal of increasing production compared to preheating with a gas furnace....

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Preheat a steel plate prior to forging to create a hoe head with the goal of increasing production compared to preheating with a gas furnace....

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This Tech Bulletin provides an overview of Cold Forging processes and how they can be leveraged to deliver higher productivity, lower costs and improved quality. Cold forging technology is applicable for a wide variety of parts that require high-volume production and critical strength parameters...

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...and efficiently. Back in 1946, Lauren A. Maloy established Century Die to provide forging dies to brass faucet suppliers. In the early 1950s, Maloy saw potential in the emerging plastics industry and in 1960 decided to manufacture molds for that industry. Its first blow molds were delivered in 1961 to Dial...

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