Yes. The maximum forge The machined recess in a die that gives the forging its shape. size for our hammers is 24”x 28” deep. If your part has The machined recess in a die that gives the forging its shape. progressions that will fit into that area and can be made using a round-bar A semifinished, cogged, hot-rolled, or continuous-cast metal product of uniform section, usually rectangular with radiused corners. Billets are relatively larger than bars. See Bloom. of 2.25” or smaller we can definitely handle the project. This usually equates to a size limit of about 15-20 lbs.
We run air-lift, gravity-drop style hammers using closed A cavity, or series of cavities (multiple), machined into a forging die to produce a desired configuration in the workpiece during forging. The metal blocks into which forging impressions are machined and from which forgings are produced. to form our product.
We use Heating metals by means of an alternating magnetic field. to get our raw material to proper The process of working metal to a desired shape by impact or pressure in hammers, forging machines (upsetters), presses, rolls, and related forming equipment. The temperature of the forging stock just prior to forging.. Even though it will Amount of forging stock placed in a batch-type furnace at one time. aluminum, we cannot keep it at proper forging The temperature of the forging stock just prior to forging. throughout the The mechanical forming of metal by means of a hammer. The action of the hammer is that of an instantaneous application of pressure in the form of a sudden blow. process. Aluminum forgings would best be produced on a forging A machine tool with a stationary bed and a slide or ram that has reciprocating motion at right angles to the bed surface; the ram is guided in the frame of the machine..
At Trenton we can forge steel, steel alloys, and stainless steel.
Heating steel billets and forming them in a way that retains or improves the An individual crystal in a polycrystalline metal or alloy. structure the material was original drawn with produces a product that is superior in strength and longevity to a casting, fabrication, or machined part. In most cases this leads to a lighter and more efficient package. Forgings also reduce the cost of scrap that is common with machining or other subtractive-manufacturing processes. Forming a near-net shape part to begin with leads to less post-processing.