Hot metal forging

Hot pressing is a process of deformation where hot metal is shaped into a desired object through a compression force applied to a workpiece in the die. Metal forging is known for producing the strongest manufactured parts compared to other metal manufacturing processes, as it strengthens the material. Indeed, forging a metal does improve the metal's grain structure with respect to the flow of the material during its deformation, thus greatly increasing the strength of forged parts.

Other processes, such as casting or machining, do not ensure similar results since metal forging can be used to make both small and heavy parts. These include critical aircraft parts, structural components for automotive and train, hand tools and many others.

 

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