Liquid Forging

Liquid Forging

Liquid forging uses molten metal instead of solid billets, poured into molds to solidify and take shape. High pressure injection ensures complete mold filling, resulting in dense, uniform parts.

It merges casting and forging advantages, suitable for applications requiring strength, accuracy and superior mechanical properties.


Strength – Boosts the strength and durability of parts, enhancing resistance to wear and fatigue.

Precision – Ensures precise dimensions, improving quality control and reducing machining.

Complex shaping – Enabling intricate shapes for greater design flexibility and innovation.

Surface finish – Superior surface finish saves time, cost and enhances aesthetics.


Automotive Industry

Engine blocks, cylinder heads, pistons, connecting rods and chassis frames.

Defense Industry

Missile casings and engine parts, including turbine blades and compressor discs.

Aerospace Industry

Engine components ensure strong performance under extreme conditions.

Machinery Industry

Gears, shafts, crankshafts, connecting rods, impellers and axles.

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