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Alloy Forgings
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Alloy Forgings are the steel products which have had minor quantities of one or more alloying elements besides carbon added to it. Manganese, nickel, copper, chromium, silicon, titanium, aluminium and other elements are included in the category of Alloy Forgings.
Steel Forgings
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Steel Forgings, which are produced by a sequence of compressions at extremely high pressure, often have less surface porosity, longer fatigue life/strength, finer grain structure, higher tensile strength, and more ductility than any other types of steel processing.
Aluminium Forgings
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Aluminium Forgings are suited for situations where performance and safety are vital yet speed or energy efficiency need a lighter weight metal. Because of its low density in comparison to steel, forged aluminium is an excellent contender for aircraft applications.
Die Forgings
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Die Forgings is the pounding or pressing metal between two dies, which contain a precut profile of the desired object. Moreover, there are generally two types of die forgings including the open die forging and closed die forging.
Upset Forgings
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Upset Forgings involve the manufacturing method that uses high pressure to plastically distort metal into high strength components of varied sizes. This forging method is best suited for longer forms when just one end of an item has to be forged.

Non Ferrous Alloy Forging
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Closed-die forging and open-die forging are both used to make Non Ferrous Alloy Forging, which are then heat treated and tested. Among the most common forms of forged components are aluminium forgings of propeller blades, aluminium or titanium wheels for turbochargers, etc.

Forged Components
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The strength, dependability, and economy of Forged Components make them excellent for critical automotive and truck applications. Wheel spindles, axle beams and shafts, torsion bars, idler arms, kingpins, ball studs, pitman arms, steering arms, etc., are all examples of forged components.
Copper Forgings
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Forgings have substantially stronger impact and shear strength after recrystallization than raw or cast material. As an additional advantage these strength gains can be so significant that they eliminate the need for costly alloys to attain the requisite strength.

Rolled Ring
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Using a Rolled Ring can be quite beneficial. Any forgeable substance may be used to create this ring. It is more durable than other metal components and can also sustain its strength in the midst of extreme temperature changes.



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