Posted by in Blogs, on September 12, 2017

Hot Forging

The forging technology has a respected place in the industrial sectors. Not only does it help build parts for complex mechanical functions but prevents the waste of excessive material as well.

It is the shaping of metal. A malleable metal part, also referred to as blank, billet or work-piece, is molded into the required shape using multiple processes. These include hammering, upsetting, pressing, rolling, and more.

The process of forging is basically divided into two categories; namely the cold and hot forging. The process that takes place at room temperatures is known as cold forging while hot forging heats the work-piece up to 75% of its melting temperature.

In particular, hot forging encompasses the plastic deformation of a metal at temperature or strain that recrystallization occurs at the same time of deformation. For this reason, a high temperature is achieved that matches the metal’s recrystallization temperature during the process.

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