How is the Cold Forged Parts Produced?
Cold forging is a manufacturing process that deforms a metal material in desire shapes at room temperature by applying very high pressure at room temperature or below the metal’s austenite temperature. Depending on the requirements of the parts design, the workpiece may pass through multiple dies or be struck several times in succession to achieve the final shape. The benefits of this process: components or parts are resistant to high temperatures and acids, are recyclable, their weight continues to decrease, and energy and material efficiency are high.
Below you can see how the Cold Forged Parts are produced.
The internal structure of the metal is organized in fibers. This "fibration" is the result of the tightening and reorientation of the crystals during the working (plastic deformation) of a metal part. The control of the orientation of these fibers makes it possible to obtain very high mechanical characteristics. Cold forging allows perfect control of the fiber pattern adapted to the geometry of the part and oriented according to the mechanical constraints of use. Unlike bar machining, the fibers are not cut. As a result, Cold Forged Parts, benefiting from optimal fatigue life, are suitable used in the most critical applications.
Advantages of Cold Forged Parts:
Near net shape & Improved mechanical properties
Possible less use of less costly material
Good Mechanical/ Physical Properties
Good surface finish, scale free surfaces and durability
Consistent and more precise tolerances and better grain structure
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