Forging the future with strength and precision

Forging Manufacturers since 1992

At Excel Forgings, we’ve established ourselves as a cornerstone in the forging industry, boasting over three decades of excellence. Our family-owned enterprise is synonymous with quality and dedication, providing unparalleled forging and CNC machining services that exceed customer expectations.

With an extensive repertoire of services, we cater to all your forging needs, offering tailor-made solutions, tool and die making, precision CNC machining, and more. Our vast expertise encompasses various metals such as aluminum, stainless steel, carbon steel, and beyond. No matter the complexity of your requirements, we possess the knowledge and proficiency to deliver the perfect solution.

Forging and CNC Machining

Diverse Forging Capabilities for Customized Solutions

Our extensive suite of services is tailored to meet the intricate needs of our clients, ranging from bespoke tool and die making to state-of-the-art precision CNC machining. We take pride in our ability to work with a multitude of metals—including but not limited to aluminum, stainless steel, and carbon steel—ensuring we can navigate the complexities of any project with the utmost expertise.

Manufacturers of Forgings in India

Open Die Forging

Our open die forging process harnesses the power of both hammer and press to shape metal without the constraints of a die. This flexibility allows us to deliver custom sizes and shapes, making it perfect for tailored applications in various industries, from aerospace to construction.

Close Die Forging

Closed die forging stands as a paragon of efficiency, heating metal within shaped dies to achieve complex shapes with precision. The process ensures superior strength and impeccable surface finish, ideal for demanding sectors like automotive and agriculture.

Press Forging

Utilizing cutting-edge hydraulic and mechanical presses, our press forging technique applies extreme pressure to mold metal into high-precision, robust components, widely sought after in industries such as medical and defense.

Forging materials we use

Steel, known for its malleability and corrosion resistance, is the cornerstone of our forging materials. Its cost-effectiveness and versatility make it indispensable in creating durable, complex-shaped components for a multitude of applications.

Aluminum’s lightweight nature and resilience make it a forging material of choice for parts that must endure heavy loads and harsh conditions, without compromising on cost-effectiveness and conductivity.

Copper’s excellent ductility and high conductivity are why it’s favored for parts requiring a delicate balance of lightness and strength, especially in electrical and harsh environmental applications.

In the realm of high-performance parts, titanium forging stands out with its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio and steadfastness against corrosion, making it a prime material for the demanding aerospace and medical sectors.

Iron’s storied history in forging continues due to its inherent strength and affordability, a material that withstands the rigors of time and temperature, ideal for the creation of enduring, robust products.

The age-old strength of bronze, coupled with its corrosion resistance, makes it an excellent choice for parts requiring durability and intricate design, all while being an environmentally responsible material choice.

We serve our forging parts for


1. Forged Rings
2. Forged Shafts
3. Forged Wheels
4. Forged Gears
5. Forged Flanges
6. Forged Blades
7. Forged Fasteners
8. Forged Connectors
9. Forged Spacers
10. Forged Housings


1. Forged Plows
2. Forged Harrow Teeth
3. Forged Shovels
4. Forged Axles
5. Forged Sprockets
6. Forged Tractor Wheels
7. Forged Cultivator Tines
8. Forged Mower Blades
9. Forged PTO Shafts
10. Forged Disc Harrow Blades


1. Propeller Shafts
2. Anchor Chains
3. Rudder Blades
4. Gun Mounts
5. Turret Rings
6. Gun Barrels
7. Marine Fittings
8. Turbine Blades
9. Decking Plates
10. Hull Plates

General Engineering

1. Forged Shafts
2. Forged Gears
3. Forged Flanges
4. Forged Connecting Rods
5. Forged Crankshafts
6. Forged Pistons
7. Forged Wheel Hubs
8. Forged Axles
9. Forged Rings
10. Forged Couplings


1. Connecting rods
2. Crankshafts
3. Flywheels
4. Camshafts
5. Intake manifolds
6. Exhaust manifolds
7. Transmission housings
8. Differential housings
9. Steering knuckles
10. Wheel hubs


1. Steel Columns
2. Steel Beams
3. Steel Plates
4. Steel Angles
5. Steel Tubes
6. Steel Rods
7. Steel Fittings
8. Steel Rings
9. Steel Discs
10. Forged Steel Anchors


1. CNC Machined Implant Components
2. Forged Surgical Instruments
3. Bone Screws
4. Custom-Made Hinges
5. Joint Replacements
6. Orthopedic Implants
7. Medical Grade Fasteners
8. Surgical Staplers
9. Catheter Components
10. Prosthetic Parts


1. Locomotive Axles
2. Driving Wheels
3. Railway Crossings
4. Track Bolts
5. Couplers
6. Drawbars
7. Tie Rods
8. Brake Shoes
9. Axle Boxes
10. Railway Wheels

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Frequently Asked Questions

What type of forging processes do you offer?

We offer various types of forging processes including open die forging, closed die forging, and impression die forging. We also specialize in custom forging services, allowing us to provide our customers with whatever type of forging process they need.

What are the advantages of using a forging process for manufacturing parts?

We understand the many advantages of using a forging process for manufacturing parts. Forging offers superior strength and dimensional accuracy, as well as greater consistency and uniformity in the finished product. Additionally, forging offers improved fatigue resistance and tensile strength, allowing for the production of parts with thinner walls and complex shapes. The process also results in superior surface finish that requires minimal post-processing. Finally, the process is highly efficient, resulting in reduced waste and time savings.

How does your forging process ensure quality control?

At Excel Forging, quality control is a priority. We have a rigorous, multi-step process to ensure that all of our products meet the highest standards. Our process starts with careful material selection. We only work with the best raw materials, and our team inspects each one before it is used in the forging process.

Once the material is selected, it goes through a forging process that is carefully monitored and controlled. We use the latest forging technologies to ensure that the shape and design of the final product meets all specifications. We also use metallurgical testing to measure the properties of the finished product.

Finally, our team inspects every piece of the finished product before it is packaged and shipped. This ensures that the customer receives only the highest quality product. Our commitment to quality control and customer satisfaction is what sets us apart from other forging companies.

What types of materials can you forge?

We specialize in forging all types of metals, including aluminum, steel, stainless steel, brass, copper, bronze, and titanium. We also work with other materials, such as plastics and composites. Our experienced team is capable of producing parts from a wide variety of materials, including those that require heat treatment, machining, and other processes. We can also provide custom designs to meet your specific needs.

Are there any limitations to the size and shape of parts that can be manufactured through the forging process?

Yes, there are limitations to the size and shape of parts that can be manufactured through the forging process. At Excel Forging, we specialize in closed die forging, which is limited by the size of the dies used to create the parts. Generally, parts can have a maximum length of 300mm, a maximum width of 150mm, and a maximum height of 80mm. Additionally, the shape of the part is determined by the shape of the die. The die will dictate the contour of the finished part, which can be flat, round, or contoured.

What is the typical lead time for your forging process?

At Excel Forging, the typical lead time for our forging process is 3-4 weeks. This lead time can vary depending on the type and complexity of the forging project.

How much does it cost to outsource manufacturing parts through your forging process?

We offer competitive pricing on manufacturing parts through our forging process. Our costs vary depending on the type and size of part being forged, but typically range from $1 to $4 per pound of material used. We also offer discounts on bulk orders and can provide custom quotes for larger orders.

Are there any special requirements for the delivery of parts manufactured through your forging process?

Yes, there are special requirements for the delivery of parts manufactured through our forging process. All parts must be inspected and approved for quality control prior to shipping, and we require that all parts are packaged and shipped according to our specifications. Additionally, we require that all parts are shipped in a timely manner to meet our customer’s deadlines. We take great pride in providing our customers with quality parts and excellent customer service, and we strive to ensure that all parts are delivered on time and in perfect condition.

How do you ensure that all forged components meet customer specifications?

At Excel Forging, we are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality forged components that meet all of their specifications. Our team of experienced engineers and technicians use a combination of advanced manufacturing technologies and quality control processes to ensure that all forged components meet customer specifications. We start by developing detailed drawings and specifications for the part, then we use computer-aided design (CAD) to create a prototype of the part. We then use computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) to create the part. Finally, our team performs a series of inspections and tests to ensure that the part meets all customer requirements. We also have a Quality Management System in place that is designed to identify any potential issues that may arise during production.