A comprehensive outline on the best forging design options. These include impression dies, open dies, and rolled rings based on cost, properties and needs.
Forging remains one of the most critical techniques in developing metal parts from raw materials in expanding markets. Modern forging makes reliable metal.
Informative comparison of the advantages and disadvantages in metalworking processes such as forging, casting, machining, powder metal, and additive components.
Click here to learn more about near net shape vs. metallurgy. In casting and forging processes, new allows need to be lightweight and more efficient.
Find out more about when to use forging over traditional powdered metal compacts. Powdered metal can quickly produce many small components and make it useful for specific applications.
Click here to learn more about why only forging creates consistent microstructures and improved strength which provides grain flow properties that increase directional strength.
Click here to learn more about the advantages of performing with additive manufacturing and how it creates 3-dimensional structures by adding thousands of layers that merge together to create a net shape.
Learn more about high-entropy alloy (HEA) tooling. At Queen City forging, we are constantly looking for new metallurgies to aid in innovations to the forging process.