Custom Steel Forging and Ferrous MetalsQueen City Forging has a proven reputation for delivering high quality and affordable custom steel forgings in a variety of sizes and quantities.

Aluminum Forging and Non Ferrous MetalsAluminum is not only a lightweight and affordable non ferrous metal, but it is also well-suited to a number of forging techniques and applications. 

Special Alloy ForgingQueen City Forging delivers solutions for applications that require special alloy forging of metals with superior strength, corrosion resistance, wear resistance, heat resistance and/or high conductivity.  

 

Welcome to Queen City Forging Co.

A custom forging metal components supplierA custom forging metal components supplier

Industrial custom forging for small metal component parts.

Impression die forging, closed die forging, upset forging, drop forging, press forging, and hammer forging to produce parts for original equipment manufacturers (OEM) produced by Queen City Forging.

Industrial Custom Forging Processes Used By Queen City

Using hammer forging, press forging, and upset forging equipment, Queen City Forging is a specialty job shop producing forged component parts for original equipment manufacturers (OEM). Forgings are typically called impression die forgings, closed die forgings, or drop forgings. Queen City Forging provides
small forging of finished parts that are less than 10 pounds (4.5 Kg) in weight.

Queen City Forging is a small metal components supplier that uses custom forging: impression die forging, closed die forging, upset forging, drop forging, press forging, and hammer forging to produce metal component parts for original equipment manufacturers (OEM). Queen City Forging also does industrial toolsmithing.

Metal Forging Process Improvements - Queen City Forging and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory


Queen City Forging and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory develop a more efficient aluminum forging process.

Industrial Forging Materials Used By Queen City

Materials used in industrial metal forgings include all types of steel, including alloy and stainless steel forgings, aluminum alloys, copper based metals such as brass and bronze, and high temp nickel based alloys. Industrial forged finished component parts are produced for customers by adding machining operations and surface treatments such as polishing and plating. In house production of forging tools and dies is accomplished utilizing CAD/CAM, EDM die sinking, and composite die welding techniques.