Press Forging

Introduction to Press Forging

Press forging is a metalworking process that involves the use of a press to deform a workpiece into a desired shape. This process is typically used to produce complex and intricate components that require precise dimensional control. Press forging utilizes high forces, typically in the range of 50-100 tons, to deform the workpiece while the material remains in a semi-solid state. This process is capable of producing near-net shapes with minimal machining.

Key Benefits of Press Forging

  • Improved material properties: Press forging creates a uniform grain structure in the workpiece, which improves the physical properties of the material. This in turn leads to improved strength, hardness, and workability.

  • Cost savings: Press forging is a cost-effective process that is faster and more efficient than other metalworking methods.

  • Improved accuracy: Press forging allows for greater accuracy due to the uniformity of grain structure and shape.

  • Design flexibility: Press forging allows for the creation of complex shapes and designs that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to produce with traditional metalworking methods.

  • Reduced waste: Press forging reduces waste by eliminating the need for secondary machining operations.

  • Increased productivity: Press forging is a faster process than other metalworking methods, which increases productivity and decreases production costs.

Materials we use for press 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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