Bronze Forging

What is Bronze Forging?

Bronze forging is an ancient metalworking technique used to craft metal objects by shaping heated metal, usually copper and tin, with a hammer or anvil. This technique dates back thousands of years and was used by many ancient cultures to create tools, weapons, jewelry, and other items. Bronze forging is a complex process that requires skilled craftsmanship and a great deal of patience. The process involves heating the metal to a high temperature, shaping it with a hammer and anvil, and then cooling it. The result is a unique piece of metalwork that is both durable and aesthetically pleasing.

What are advantages of titanium forging?

  • Bronze forging is cost-effective and requires relatively low-cost raw materials.
  • Bronze is a relatively soft metal with good malleability, making it easy to shape and form.
  • Bronze forging is a highly durable process, which can produce components that have excellent wear resistance, corrosion resistance, and strength.
  • Bronze forging can produce complex parts with tight tolerances and fine surface finishes.
  • Bronze forging produces components with excellent dimensional stability, even in extreme temperatures.
  • The process can be used to create components with intricate details and complex geometries.

What are disadvantages of steel forging?

  • Bronze forging is relatively expensive due to the cost of the materials used and the labor involved.
  • Bronze forging is not suitable for mass production because it is a labor-intensive process.
  • Due to its high melting point, bronze forging requires high temperatures which can cause warping and distortion of the metal.
  • Bronze is not as strong as some other metals and may be subject to corrosion.
  • Bronze is a relatively soft metal, making it more susceptible to wear and tear.

Forging parts for different industries using Bronze forging

We manufacture several forging parts for various industries, some of are them mentioned below:

  • Marine: Propeller hubs, shafts, stuffing boxes, rudder stocks, stern tubes, bearings, engine components, struts, fittings.
  • Automotive: Pistons, cylinder liners, valve guides, bearing caps, gears, shafts, flywheels, connecting rod caps.
  • Aerospace: Thrust reversers, landing gear components, fuel system components, bushings, bearing supports.
  • Industrial: Pump components, bearing housings, impellers, valves, steam turbine components, fasteners, chains, sprockets.
  • Mining: Bearings, bushings, thrust washers, valve components, gears, chains, sprockets.

Materials we use for forging

Our forging process

Die & design

Step 01

Material selection & hearing

Step 02

Press forging process

Step 03


Step 04

QA & Inspection

Step 05

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