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The Difference in Cold, Warm, and Hot Forging

By tony On Thursday, October 11, 2018 2:11:37 PM

While the hot, glowing material is closely associated with the forging process this is not always the case. Rob Mayer discusses the differences between forging at cold, warm, and hot temperatures and how each of these affect the finished product. By forging at different temperatures there are unique advantages that can be achieved while forging. Working with a forging expert who understands these differences ensures a quality product.

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