Warm & Cold Forging

Warm & Cold Forging

Warm & cold forging are metalworking techniques used to shape metal parts, each with specific uses and benefits. The selection between them depends on the material, part complexity and desired final properties.

Warm Forging

Warm forging shapes metal parts using heat below the recrystallization temperature but above room temperature, enhancing malleability and formability. It’s ideal for aluminum, brass, and specific steel alloys, especially for complex shapes and precision components.

Cold Forging

Cold forging shapes metal parts at or slightly above room temperature through pressure or impact, enhancing strength, durability, and density while aligning grain structure. It offers advantages like reduced energy consumption, faster cycle times, and higher production rates.


Construction Industry

Warm forging is vital for construction hinges, brackets, structural parts.

Agriculture Industry

Warm forging makes tractor parts and gears for agricultural machinery.

Defense Industry

Cold forging efficiently manufactures strong defense parts.

Tooling Industry

Cold forging is cost-effective for crafting hand tools, screws, bolts and hardware.

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