Forged components make it possible for designs to accommodate high loads and stresses. Transforming materials into completed products with precise dimensions requirement through advanced machining and forging process.

Improve your application’s performance with steel forged products, we produce rough, semi-finished, and finished parts for demanding applications.

Our Forging Process includes.

  • Ring Rolling

    The ring rolling process starts with a circular blank of metal that has been previously upset and pierced using the open die forging to creating a donut shape, This donut is heated to forging temperature and placed over the idler or mandrel roll. This idler roll then moves under pressure toward a drive roll that continuously rotates to reduce the wall thickness, thereby increasing the inside and outside diameters of the resulting ring.

  • Open Die Forging

    Open die forging is the process, which involves the shaping of any hot metal parts. This is done with a top die that is attached to a ram and the bottom die gets attached to a hammer or bolster. Metal parts need to have appropriate temperatures. Open die forging helps in reducing the chances of voids. It is also known to help improvise fatigue resistance. With the ability to provide continued grain flow, it can also help in generating finer grain size. It provides greater strength and improved microstructure. Steel and related alloys are generally subjected to open die forging. A lot of other metals like copper, nickel etc. can also be shaped using open die forging.

  • Close Die Forging

    Closed die forging, also known as impression die forging, is one of the forging types for small or medium metal components. Close die forging is a plastic deformation process where, unlike in the open die forging process, the material is forced to flow in a closed shape called die. Compared to the open die forging, the close die forging can achieve more complex geometries, very much close to the dimensions of the finished component.