Metal Automotive Forgings
Forging is a metal forming process offered by Connor Corporation that is characterized by hammering or pressing a hot metal piece inside 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
Automotive forgings are made from ferrous and non-ferrous metals alike, but most frequently steel, brass, copper, and aluminum alloys. The primary advantage of steel forgings is the production of high strength alloys that cannot be die-cast and is faster than machining.
Along with our aluminum forgings, 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
- 1,000-ton forging presses
- 1,600-ton forging presses
- Steel (#20, #45, Q235, Q345, 20Cr, 42CrMo)
- Brass (HPb58-3, HPb59-1)
- Copper (C36000, C3771, C46500)
- Aluminum (LD5)
Additional information on these alloys and standard tolerances can be found here.
Contact us today to discuss your metal forging application. We proudly serve clients from across North America.