Forging is a metal forming process offered by Connor Corporation that that is characterized by hammering or pressing a hot metal piece inside of the forging tool cavity. The tool cavity is created using two hardened tool steel dies which have been machined into shape and cycled in a forging press.
Understanding the Benefits
Forgings are made from ferrous & non-ferrous metals alike, but most frequently steel, brass, copper & aluminum alloys. The primary advantage of forging is the production of high strength alloys that cannot be die cast and is faster than machining.
We offer various machining, plating and finishing operations in-house to provide a finished part.
160 ton forging presses
300 ton forging presses
400 ton forging presses
600 ton forging presses
630 ton forging presses
1000 ton forging press
1600 ton forging press
Steel (#20, #45, Q235, Q345, 20Cr, 42CrMo)
Brass (HPb58-3, HPb59-1)
Copper (C36000, C3771 & C46500)
Additional information on these alloys and standard tolerances here.
Contact us today to discuss your metal forging application. We proudly serve clients from across North America.