Upset Forgings entails locally heating a metal bar and afterwards exerting pressure to the end of the bar in the direction of its axis whilst holding it securely with suitable tooling to distort it. Long pieces with forged ends may be produced using this method. As with the electro-upsetting technique, upset forging does not allow for as much difference between the original bar diameter and the forged head diameter. However, because the deformation is done in phases, it allows for far more complicated geometries to be generated. Upset forging is used to make all sorts of lengthy components for the automotive industry, public works, aeronautics, and other industries.