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Forging process foundation

Forging concept

Forging is a kind of forging method that produces partial or total plastic deformation of billet or ingot under the action of pressure equipment and tools to obtain certain geometry, size and quality. Forging methods: free forging, die forging, die forging, rolling, drawing, extrusion and so on. Among them, free forging and die forging are the most commonly used forging methods.

Characteristics and application of forging

Improve the internal structure of metal and improve the mechanical properties of metal. Besides free forging, it has higher labor productivity. Save metal materials. It is difficult to forge workpieces with complex shape and inner cavity. Forging is generally used in the manufacture of high strength, good reliability of automotive parts, such as: engine crankshaft, camshaft, connecting rod, chassis drive shaft, cross shaft, front axle, rear axle, steering system knuckle, steering knuckle arm.

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