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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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When faced with a buying decision for metal parts, selecting the proper metal and alloy type is just the beginning. Just as important as anything is choosing the right metalworking process with which to manufacture the part. Two common metalworking processes are forging and casting. While both...

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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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