Cold & hot forging

Cold Forming

A process in which metal is formed under high speed and high pressure to increase the yield, hardness and tensile strengths.

Cold forming provides a number of advantages over other forming methods

  • High volume output
  • Complex shapes
  • Enhanced strength
  • Continuous grain flow
  • Homogeneity
  • Improved fatigue strength
  • No porosity
  • Lower cost

Cold forming setup in our machining facility :

  • Cold forming presses of the capacity 200, 400 & 630 Tons.
  • Shearing presses
  • Trimming press
  • Coining presses
  • Hydraulic presses
  • Phosphating (soaping) set up
  • Tumbler
  • Shot blasting
  • Compressor

In addition to this, we have our die making facility and approved suppliers for carbide tools and dies.
This is how our set up has added value to us and to our customers :

  • Converted many of the feasible components from Bar route to cold forming route and have passed on the savings to our customers
  • Successfully developed Aluminium piston from cold forming route. This has helped our customers not only in terms of cost but also in terms of the volume churning out in a very short time

Forging & Machining process

Hot Forging

An art to press/hammer the red-hot metal to the desired shape with advantages.

There are advantages in selecting hot forging process-

  • Less time to achieve the desired shape compared to machining
  • Improved grain flow
  • Excellent surface quality

For any forged component we add-

  • Our forging experience & skill
  • Induction billet heater with temperature sensors for input components
  • In-house heat treatment facility
  • In-house die shop

Other Facilities