Category: Manufacturing Capability.

Hot Bending

Posted by in Manufacturing Capability, on August 1, 2017

Hot Bending For many parts the required design is best achieved through heating and forming. In comparison to cold bending methods, induction bending (hot bending) can minimize deformation of the steel and distortion in the cross section, even when tight radius bends are required. The consistency and ability for uniformity & high quality in the […]

Open-Die Forging

Posted by in Manufacturing Capability, on March 4, 2017

Open-Die Forging Open Die Forging, also referred to as smith forging, blacksmith forging, hand forging, and flat-die forging, is generally performed without special tooling. The forms obtained and the dimensions maintained are usually dependant upon the skill of the operator and the type of equipment used. The Open-Die forging process is employed when only a […]

Closed-Die Forging

Posted by in Manufacturing Capability, on March 3, 2017

Closed-Die Forging Closed-die forging, involves the work piece being placed between two dies containing the impression of the forging shape to be produced. The dies are brought together and the work piece is plastically deformed until the sides come in contact with the walls of the die. As the deformation continues, a small amount of […]

Upset Forging

Posted by in Manufacturing Capability, on March 2, 2017

Upset Forging Upset forging, also called hot heading, is a process by which the cross-sectional size of a bar is increased, either at an end or at some point along its length. It is done on specially designed upsetting machines, using closed dies to control size and shape. Typically, dies have several stations, and the […]

Welding

Posted by in Manufacturing Capability, on March 1, 2017

Welding Welding involves fusing two pieces of metal together at temperatures that don’t melt the base metal, and can be used for joining pipes, brackets, extension spindles and more. We’re also able to bend and cut components to sizes and shapes required for the end product.

Heat Treatment

Posted by in Manufacturing Capability, on March 1, 2017

Heat Treatment Heat treatment is performed on steel in order to harden it to the required grade. Depending on the end application and material used for your product, a heat treatment process may be required to achieve the required grade for the finished product. We offer heat treatment as part of the manufacturing process and […]

Machining

Posted by in Manufacturing Capability, on March 1, 2017

Machining Machining is the process in which steel and other metals are cut or threaded to a desired shape. Threads and turning can be performed to bolts and forgings on either a conventional lathe or a CNC lathe. Bolts can be threaded up to and beyond three inches in diameter and 1200mm in length. Milling […]

Metal Fabrication

Posted by in Manufacturing Capability, on March 1, 2017

Metal Fabrication Specialised components often require custom metal fabrication, and we offer a range of metal fabrication services for welding, bending and cutting steel. It’s a value-added process that we offer as part of our complete forging and fabrication services. Using specialised machinery to roll, press, cut, and bend the metal to your specific shapes. […]

Testing

Posted by in Manufacturing Capability, on March 1, 2017

Testing Depending of the end-use of the bolts and fasteners being manufactured, you may require various tests on components and their certifications in order to be in compliance with industry standards. We are able to issue you with a 3.1, which is a declaration that the components supplied are in compliance with the requirements of […]

Coatings

Posted by in Manufacturing Capability, on March 1, 2017

Coatings Depending on the use your fasteners and forgings you may require them to be coated. Coatings protect metal from corrosion and rust when they’re exposed to the atmosphere, freshwater or seawater. Coatings can also serve aesthetic purposes, such as when the head of the bolts or parts of the fastener will be visible when […]


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